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TREASURES OF BRITAIN: The architectural, cultural, historical and natural heritage of Britain


AA £25 (0-7495-4226-8); Church Times Bookshop £22.50

Lundy Island, seen from Hartland Point across the Bristol Channel. The island is one of the 2000 entries in this heavily illustrated volume. Arranged alphabetically, they are written by experts in their fields (such as Simon Jenkins on churches).

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