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Minack Theatre It's claim to fame is that it is where the first undersea telegraph cables were laid from and has a museum dedicated to that subject. It has a beautiful white sand beach on which you can see the cables poking out in places. 
Donnington Castle Donnington Castle stands today as little more than a ruined gatehouse & the flint & mortar outline of the external walls on a grassy hill to the North of Newbury in Berkshire
Lymington (the New Forest) nice people here. can get free tea/coffe at our place, must be booked ahead via my moblie. possibly assist with some basic bike/trike repairs, for donation to N.A.B.D
Avebury 24 miles from Stonehenge, to the West of Marlborough, in the ancient kingdom of Wessex.
Wilton Windmill Wilton windmill sits on the chalk downs of the Berkshire/Wiltshire borders, surrounded by wheat fields & woodland
Milestones Museum, Basingstoke. Standing on a raised bank overlooking the main Basingstoke ring road, the museum is housed in a purpose built “hangar” surrounded by a grassy play/picnic area full of agricultural implements & tactile modern sculptures.
Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary, Oban, Argyll, Scotland. On the shores of beautiful Loch Creran at Barcaldine, with a wonderfull woodland walk and plenty to see in the Sanctuary itself. It's worth a visit rain or shine.
The Iron Butt run, End to End GOLD ride.
Carving a route of over 1000 miles within 24 hours from Land’s End, the Southern-most tip of England, up to John O’Groats, the most Northern point of mainland Scotland.