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There is no general "Right to Roam" in England and Wales, in contrast to Scotland. The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 only allows public access that can be recognised and "Right to Roam" on "Access Land". Access land is defined as such: (1)In this Part “access land” means any land which— (a)is shown as open country on a map in ...


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Going north along the Cam from Cambridge (and joining the Great Ouse) takes you to the cathedral city of Ely. According to the Cambridge Rambler's page Pilgrims Way, Ely was a staging point for pilgrimages to Walsingham going via Brandon, Weeting, Cranwich, Swaffham, Castle Acre and Sculthorpe. Up until the start of the 18th Century, the Cam was navigable ...


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The Normal Procedure You can buy Manchester United tickets on eticketing and the derby game here particularly. You can buy Manchester City tickets direct from the Manchester city site, however MC have not yet started sale for next seasons matches (dates are yet to be confirmed). Why that probably won't work Note that the derby (MUFC vs MCFC) is a big ...


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Anechoic chambers have high tension wire grid floors While they are not "suspended many metres above the ground", the foam wedges in a good chamber are a meter deep (although they often come directly up to the wire mesh floor). As mentioned in this answer about anechoic chambers anechoic chambers are generally part of companies and universities so are ...


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There are no places in England that I know this is possible for the general public. I can find no places where such activity could be done, the likely reasons are; It's Dangerous Can Disturb Set If In A Theatre Health & Safety Not exactly the most popular experience No Demand You may be able to contact a theatre or somewhere with a grid like this to ...


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I did all that on trains and buses. You can easily do London-Bath by train, also London-Portsmouth. Bath-Portsmouth is fine on the train (lovely white horse view on the way) but there's no first class carriage, so bring your own drinks and snacks. Buy a BritRail Pass, probably a London Plus which reaches to Bristol. It lets you hop on any train you want ...



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