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  • Tamlyn Currin
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  • Tamlyn Currin
11 Jul 2017

If you drew a vertical line down the middle of the United Kingdom, and followed it to the southernmost point (ignoring the Isle of Wight), it would lead to the English county of Hampshire. This is a wealthy, highly desirable part of country, known for exceptionally beautiful national parks (the New Forest, the North Downs and the South Downs)…