Celebrating Britain's best streets Steep Hill, Lincoln, was named Britain's Best Place by the Academy of Urbanism in 2011. As the name suggests, the street has a notably steep gradient. It was originally built by the Romans to connect the growing parts of Lincoln, but Steep Hill has come a long way since then. Today, it is a popular bustling tourist street, lined with independent shops, tea rooms and pubs.
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Celebrating Britain's best streets. The view looking down from the top of Gold Hill in Shaftesbury, Dorset, has been described as one of the most romantic sights in England. The steep cobbled street, lined with beautiful chocolate-box cottages, is famous...
A hive of activity and commotion is captured in this breathtaking puzzle, everything spring-like has gathered, from the sheep to the flowers.
Just northwest of Oxford lies Woodstock, the wonderful historic town that dates back to the 11th Century. It has housed many greats over the millennia, including Winston Churchill, Queen Victoria and Thomas Cromwell.