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  1. 25/05/2022 · A Doctor Who fan from Buckinghamshire who grew up watching the show has realised his childhood dream of becoming a part of the sci-fi universe. Adam Mamoun has just completed a traineeship with the BBC that saw him working with the Doctor and the famous TARDIS.

  2. Buckinghamshire 51°33′47″N 0°29′56″W  /  51.563°N 0.499°W  / 51.563; -0.499 Coordinates : 51°33′47″N 0°29′56″W  /  51.563°N 0.499°W  / 51 Denham is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Buckinghamshire , England, approximately 17 miles (27 km) from central London , 2 miles (3 km) northwest of Uxbridge and just north of junction 1 of ...

  3. Transport in Buckinghamshire has been shaped by its position within the United Kingdom. Most routes between the UK's two largest cities, London and Birmingham , pass through this county. The county's growing industry (such as in Slough , now part of Berkshire ) first brought canals to the area, then railways and then motorways.

  4. 14/05/2022 · Read more: Cheryl Cole's quiet countryside life in Buckinghamshire with her five-year-old son Bear. It was the most successful and famous RAF heavy bomber of the Second World War. The aircraft will also be spotted in parts of Berkshire, Cambridgeshire and Nottinghamshire. The following flypasts have been confirmed:

  5. Six of us. Starters, mains, dessert. Mix of seafood, salad, pizza, pasta, desserts. Not a single negative comment, loads of positives about freshness, nicely ...

  6. Famous Weddings. Jan 1 "Lord of The Rings" actress Miranda Otto (35) weds actor Peter O'Brien (44) at St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney, Australia; Jan 1 "A Beautiful Mind" actress Jennifer Connelly (32) weds actor Paul Bettany in Scotland; Jan 3 Actress Emily Mortimer (31) weds actor Alessandro Nivola (30) in Chilterns, Buckinghamshire; Famous ...

  7. Now in the care of the National Trust, the gardens are becoming ever better known and understood. Lord Cobham’s Temple of Liberty, as this Gothic building was provisionally known, was built in 1741. It was one of the last additions to the famous garden formed by Charles Bridgeman and his successor, William Kent.

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