Sue Dobson visits the Fenland
David Godfrey visits
Penzance, at the westernmost end of the Great Western network, nine
miles short of Land's End.
Sue Dobson visits Liverpool
Sue Dobson visits Ramsgate
Time out: St Davids, almost on the most
western point of Wales, where in the sixth century St David founded
his monastery in a quiet, green valley, well out of sight of the
ships of marauding Norsemen.
Sue Dobson visits Lavenham in the
heart of rural south-west Suffolk.
David Godfrey's guide to Edington, in
Time out: Great Malvern shelters on the steep
eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills that soar from the broad vale
of the River Severn to the rolling redlands of
Time out: Legoland Windsor is a must-see
for children of all ages - and adults, too.
David Godfrey visits Norwich
Time out: The twin coastal villages
of Cawsand and Kingsand are on the Rame peninsula in
south-east Cornwall, across from Plymouth Sound.