Eccentric Britain

1st July 2005 at 01:00
Fancy doing something different in your holidays this year? Let Benedict le Vay's Eccentric Britain be your guide. This compendium of bizarre buildings, curious customs, strange events and madcap characters provides hours of entertainment for the armchair traveller and details of the nation's most unusual tourist attractions for those brave enough to visit them.

It's published by Bradt, who produce guidebooks to popular holiday locations as well as more off the beaten track destinations. Explore the full range at We have ten copies of the newly published second edition of Eccentric Britain, rrp pound;13.99, to give away. Just answer this question: The Scilly Isles are off the coast of which county?

* Send your answers on a postcard or email marked Graig Farm or Bradt guide to Friday magazine at the TES address or by email to

Don't forget to include your name, address and contact phone number.

Entries close July 7.

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