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Uther Pendragon in Cumbria?


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brian wrote:

It would certainly put the West country noses out of joint!

I'd agree there Brian.  It may also damage tourism in those areas as well.  Thinking about tourism, Cumbria Tourist Board should try and promote it's possible links to Arthur.  lets face it, there is

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Re: Uther Pendragon in Cumbria?
brian wrote:

It would certainly put the West country noses out of joint!

I'd agree there Brian.  It may also damage tourism in those areas as well.  Thinking about tourism, Cumbria Tourist Board should try and promote it's possible links to Arthur.  lets face it, there is as much

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Re: Uther Pendragon in Cumbria?
brian wrote:

It would certainly put the West country noses out of joint!

I'd agree there Brian.  It may also damage tourism in those areas as well.  Thinking about tourism, Cumbria Tourist Board should try and promote it's possible links to Arthur.  lets face it, there is as

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Ian Topham
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Re: Uther Pendragon in Cumbria?
brian wrote:

It would certainly put the West country noses out of joint!

I'd agree there Brian.  It may also damage tourism in those areas as well.  Thinking about tourism, Cumbria Tourist Board should try and promote it's possible links to Arthur. 

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Laudine

name reminds me of Melusine?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melusine



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