The national Pride of Place website has set out to try
and find the locations and attractions across England which members of the
public are most proud of. Some local personalities have been asked to provide
nominations to get the ball rolling; with Mark Cummings from the BBC
Gloucestershire Breakfast Show nominating Minchinhampton and Rodborough
Commons, and Gloucestershire Echo Newspaper editor Anita Syvret going for Dover’s
Hill – while there are a number of other attractions and beauty spots on the

Berkeley Castle, Bibury, Bourton-on-the-Water,
Cheltenham, Gloucester Cathedral, Symonds Yat, The Sculpture Trail and the view
from Cleeve Hill – as well as the two mentioned above – have all made it. The
last time we looked Bourton-on-the-Water had a clear lead with 34 per cent of
votes – perhaps due to the Facebook campaign which has quickly organised itself
to muster support. Head over to the Pride of Place website to show support for
your favourite attraction. You might also want to check our's comprehensive directory of Gloucestershire attractions.

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