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The Crescent Theatre, Birmingham

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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Sarehole Mill; inspiration for the Lord of the Rings

Sarehole Mill is one of only two surviving working watermills in Birmingham. The existing building was constructed around 1750, although there was known to be a mill here as early as the Tudor period. Today the mill is best know for its association with the author JRR Tolkien who spent part of his childhood nearby and who used the site and its surroundings as the inspiration for the Shire in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Although now surrounded by the Birmingham suburbs, the mill retains a tranquil rural atmosphere and the millpond provides a haven for wildlife including kingfishers, herons and a range of other species.
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Ironbridge; birthplace of the Industrial Revolution

The Iron Bridge is a bridge that crosses the River Severn in Shropshire, England. Opened in 1781, it was the first arch bridge in the world to be made of cast iron, and was greatly celebrated after construction owing to its use of the new material.
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The Palm House at Kew Gardens, London

The curvaceous exterior and steamy interior of Kew’s Palm House have long made it an icon of the Gardens. Designed by Decimus Burton and expertly engineered by Richard Turner, it was constructed between 1844 and 1848.
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The Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon

It is often known simply as Holy Trinity Church or as Shakespeare's Church, due to its fame as the place of baptism and burial of William Shakespeare. More than 200,000 tourists visit the church each year. The past building dates from 1210 and is built on the site of a Saxon monastery. It is Stratford's oldest building, in a striking position on the banks of the River Avon, and has long been England's most visited parish church.
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The Bournville Green, resting place of George Cadbury

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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The Great Conservatory, Syon Park

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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The University of Birmingham, England

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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Chiswick House and Park Camellias Conservatory

Chiswick House is a magnificent neo-Palladian villa set in beautiful historic gardens in west London. A £12.1 million project has restored the gardens which were unveiled in June 2010. Built by the third Earl of Burlington in 1729 to showcase his art collection and to enthral his guests, the house continues to display many spectacular works of art and provides a stunning venue for entertaining. The gardens at Chiswick are the birthplace of the English Landscape Movement and have inspired countless gardens including New York's Central Park.
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Birmingham 1000 Tour, a stunning skyline

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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The Birmingham Botanical Gardens Tour

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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Winterbourne House and Gardens

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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The view from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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The Birmingham Council House, the heart of Birmingham

The Crescent Theatre is one of Birmingham's oldest theatre companies, operating from a purpose built theatre in the Brindleyplace development. They have a membership in excess of 250 actors, technicians, set designers, etc. and stage upwards of fifteen productions a year. The theatre has a 300+ seat main house, 100+ seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms and spacious bar. This is their third home in the City of Birmingham.
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Selly Manor in Bournville

One of Birmingham’s oldest buildings, SELLY MANOR dates back to the 1300s.
By the turn of the 20th Century, it had been divided into three separate homes, and fallen into disrepair.
In 1907, busy establishing his vision of a Bournville village, local chocolate maker and philanthropist, George Cadbury, saved it from demolition.
He employed the architect William Alexander Harvey to oversee its relocation, to Bournville Green.
Within its grounds, the magnificent cruck-framed medieval hall house, MINWORTH GREAVES, is considered to be as much as 750 years old.
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Aston Hall, Jacobean Mansion in Birmingham

Aston Hall is a Grade I listed Jacobean house in Aston, Birmingham, England, designed by John Thorpe and built between 1618 and 1635.
In 1864 the house was bought by Birmingham Corporation, becoming the first historic country house to pass into municipal ownership, and is still owned by Birmingham City Council.
It is now a community museum managed by the Birmingham Museums Trust and is open to the public during the summer months, after a major renovation completed in 2009..
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The Crescent Theatre, Birmingham

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Selly Manor, Tudor heritage at the heart of Bournville

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The Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon

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Birmingham 1000 Tour, a stunning skyline

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The view from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich

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The Palm House at Kew Gardens, London

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Sarehole Mill; inspiration for the Lord of the Rings

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The Bournville Green through the seasons

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The Birmingham Botanical Gardens Tour

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The Birmingham Council House, the heart of Birmingham

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The University of Birmingham, England

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The Great Conservatory, Syon Park

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Aston Hall, Jacobean Mansion in Birmingham

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Chiswick House and Park Camellias Conservatory

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Winterbourne House and Gardens

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Ironbridge; birthplace of the Industrial Revolution

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