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Welcome to our British Directory service. This directory is derived from the British component of the DMOZ directory. The DMOZ Directory project was the largest human edited directory on the planet. The DMOZ directory project is not currently being actively maintained however there is an active archive site. Even though the sites listed in the directory are not being updated, I still believe the archive has utility and many of the listed sites are still active on the net. I believe it is unfortunate that they stopped actively maintaining the project as I think it was an excellent world wide directory of websites.

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  • Highclere Castle - Home of the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon. Features a virtual tour, information on the house history, and details of facilities for special events, weddings and corporate entertainment. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )
  • Ingledene Bed & Breakfast - Includes details of accommodation, facilities, prices and a contact form. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )
  • Newbury What's On - Guide to accommodation, restaurants, shops, nightlife, entertainment, travel, transportation, events, jobs and classifieds. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )
  • Oakley Farm Caravan Park - Caravan park with 30 pitches suitable for touring caravans, motor caravans and tents. Open 1st March to 31st October each year. Information on facilities and prices. (Added: 23-Apr-2009 Hits: )


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