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In pictures: idyllic country cricket - Telegraph

In pictures: idyllic country cricket

The British Isles are endowed with many cricket pitches in picture-perfect settings .

Secret Valley, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

Looks like a shot from 'The Princess Bride' - Secret Valley, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

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Winnat Pass, Derbyshire, England photo via robert Holiday Challenge--Beautiful places inspire me to create healthly delicious foods, so I can go down many roads.

England's most scenic #cricket ground? Has to be Bamburgh Castle | via @visitnland | credit D Webb

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In pictures: idyllic country cricket

Can't get much more English than this! Cricket at Bamburgh, Northumberland, England

Spending time at Bamburgh Castle watching the cricket on the green with my family gave me a sense of belonging as we would carry this occupation out together.

Hayne Down near Manaton in Dartmoor National Park looking towards Easdon Tor, Devon

Hayne Down near Manaton in Dartmoor National Park looking towards Easdon Tor, Devon, UK

Village cricket (Stoneleigh Cricket Club) - from the Daily Telegraph

In pictures: a celebration of village cricket

In pictures: idyllic country cricket - Telegraph

In pictures: idyllic country cricket - Telegraph

In pictures: idyllic country cricket

The British Isles are endowed with many cricket pitches in picture-perfect settings .

Striding Edge, Helvellyn, Lake District, Cumbria, England (by Gary Turnbull)

England Travel Inspiration - Striding Edge, Helvellyn, Lake District, Cumbria, England (by Gary Turnbull)

Headingley Cricket Ground - host of international cricket matches and home to Yorkshire C.C.C..

Headingley Cricket Ground - host of international cricket matches and home to Yorkshire C.

Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria - Built in 1759 by Col. George Wilson, the 2nd son of Daniel Wilson of Dallam Tower, a large house & country estate nearby. Before the dissolution of the monasteries this was where the Abbot or his representative would stay when visiting from the mother church of St Mary’s, York. In 1897 Abbot Hall was acquired by the Kendal Borough Council who wanted to turn its grounds into a public park for the town.

The Georgian House and its History

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