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.
Helen McShea visits Walthamstow