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The old towns of Amersham, Beconsfield and Aylesbury have a range of Tudor and Georgian buildings.

Cambridgeshire has large flat areas of reclaimed marshes. Cambridge is home to England's second oldest university where punting on the river Cam is still popular with students and tourists. Ives, which has one of only four bridge chapels surviving in England.

Over the years various Badgers have moved on to new territories to sniff out the best eating and drinking establishments.

Each Fat Badger brings his or her own special abilities to the clan, but all have a special interest in finding good inns, pubs, hotels and restaurants in the United Kingdom that are worth recommending to others.

The majority of the county is made up of the Lake District, a region of high peaks and picturesque lakes carved out by glaciers some 10,000 years ago during the last Ice Age.

Its scenic beauty, mild climate and long sandy beaches have made Cornwall popular for sailing and surfing, and its pretty fishing villages.Today, the popularity of Lake Windermere, Kendal, and Grasmere, as well as Beatrix Potter’s house near Sawrey can be found among some of England’s highest peaks.Places worth visiting include: Kirkby Lonsdale, set on a hill above the River Lune, is one of the most beautiful towns in Cumbria.King Fat Badger is a character who likes to spend his time in comfort, in a comfortable inn, sitting down to dinner with an english drink, good ale.Oh to be in England, to wine & dine with a fat badger.

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