Fears over battle for quarry near New Lanark world heritage site; BBC

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Conwy’s busy and buzzy business park; Allan George; North Wales Pioneer

RIVERSIDE Business Park, one of Conwy’s premier commercial locations, is home to a wide variety of organisations, including professional service…

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Liverpool named one of Britain’s BEST cities – here is why; Kate McMullin; Liverpool Echo

The city was named in the Telegraph’s Top 20 Travel Destinations…

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Durham Cathedral; Art Fund

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Part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Durham Cathedral is cherished for magnificent Romanesque architecture, the shrine of St Cuthbert and the tomb of the Venerable Bede.

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Archaeologists enraged after Stonehenge site ‘damaged’ during drilling work; Axis of Logic

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More Than Conflict: Things to Do in Northern Ireland to See it Differently; Becki; Borders Of Adventure

Travelling Belfast to Londonderry on the Coastal Causeway Route, the host of things to do in Northern Ireland soon overturns its reputation of past conflict…

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Stonehenge Site Damaged During Road Construction, Archeologists Say; George Steer; Time

Archaeologists have accused road workers of damaging a 6,000-year-old structure close to Stonehenge…

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Quitting UNESCO would be an act of cultural vandalism; Tom Freeman; Holyrood

Brexit isn’t the only way the UK is looking to isolate itself from the world, and quitting UNESCO could have serious implications for Scotland…

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The world’s top 100 beaches have been named – and 2 British beaches made the list; Rosie Gizauskas; The Sun

THE world’s top 100 beaches have been named – and there’s are two British beaches on the list. The annual list is put together by Flight Network and is decided by 1,000 different travel professional…

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Why you should visit Bath, a beautiful gem in the West Country; Simon Toft; Wigan Today

There’s something different about visiting Bath at this time of year. Maybe it’s the trees changing colour and the late autumn light hitting the distinctive honey-coloured stone favoured by  Georgian architects who built this elegant and charming little city.

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