Travel To Various Places in England

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Aylesbury:

Aylesbury is a town in Buckinghamshire in England. Bierton, Fairford Leys, Stoke Mandeville and Watermead are some of its urban areas. It houses many pubs and bars, shopping centres, leisure spots and lots more. The Queens Park Centre is the United Kingdom’s largest independent arts centre and is located in Aylesbury. The Friars Square and Hale Leys are the two main shopping centres in this town and holds many famous brands including House of Fraser, River Island, New Look, Clarks, Vision Express and many more. Aylesbury is famous for its wonderful walking areas such as Wendover Woods and Ridgeway over the Chiltern Hills. Aylesbury has good transport links and is accessible to major airports such as Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and Gatwick.

Abingdon:

Abingdon is also known as Abingdon-on-Thames and is the largest town in South England with no train services. It is home to many attractions such as Abingdon’s County Hall Museum, Abbey Buildings with Long Gallery, Unicorn Theatre and the Chequer, Gardens and Meadow, St Nicolas’ Church, St Helen’s Wharf and Gardens and lots more. Abingdon has many leisure and pleasure spots including Family Water Parks, Hanson Way and more. There are many shops and markets such as Continental Markets, the Country Market, Farmers’ market and pubs, gastro dinings, cafes and lots more. Abbingdon is fully facilitated with schools, colleges, health centres, and much more.

Ashford:

Ashford is a town in Kent, England. It was the fourth best place to live in the United Kingdom. It has historic houses and gardens such as Godintan House and Gardens, Hole Park Gardens, Beech Court Gardens and Tea Rooms and many more. This is one of the best towns in England for a family visit and has many family fun spots including the Singleton environment Centre, Mill Toy and Pedal Car Museum, Cranbrook Union Mill, Stocks Windmill and Rare Breeds Centre. The County Square shopping centre, Ashford Designer Outlet and Ashford Town Centre are the major shopping centres in Ashford.

Ascot:

Ascot is a village in Berkshire, England and is about 25 miles away from west of London. Ascot, North Ascot and South Ascot are the three areas in the Ascot village. This village is famous for its Ascot Racecourse which is one of the leading racecourses in the United Kingdom. Ascot has Non-League football club, Ascot United F.C. Many schools, a supermarket, petrol station, cafes and lots more are available in Ascot.

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