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Few sites will qualify for a listing at this level.

If your site related to a specific locality, county, or region of England, then it should be submitted somewhere under that category. If you site relates to the whole of the UK, then it should probably go somewhere under UK: Arts and Entertainment.

Submitting inappropriate sites here will only delay review and potential listing by the editors.

Sites about artistic, cultural and entertainment activities, events, institutions, businesses and organisations in England.
Bedfordshire lies to the North of Hertfordshire and also adjoins Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire. Its county town is Bedford.
Please submit your site to the most suitable subcategory.

Thank you.

Contains web sites which are based in and serve the people of the Royal County of Berkshire, England. Berkshire is a county in central southern England, about 50 miles long from West to East. Its main town is Reading, and also includes the towns of Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead to the East, Bracknell and Wokingham in the South, and Newbury to the west. Berkshire is part of the Thames Valley, the river forming much of the northern border of the county and flowing through Reading, Maidenhead and Windsor. It is also known as the UK's Silicon Valley, due to the high number of high-tech businesses in the area.
Please only submit sites that are about, or are by people who live in the county of Bristol. All submissions, unless general, should be under the appropriate sub-category:
  • Businesses should submit under the Business_and_Economy category. Please submit a site to one group only - the most appropriate. If it is in several areas, submit to the general Business_and_Economy category, not to that of each area.
  • Homepages should be listed under Society_and_Culture.
  • Accommodation is a subsection of Travel_and_Tourism.
Bristol, derives from Brigstow, or bridging point. Formerly part of Avon, the city is now a county in its own right. Bristol is located in south west England and has a population of around 500,000 people.

Does your site belong in one of the localities, listed at the top of the Buckinghamshire page? Then please submit it there!

If your site is other than a business site and truly represents the county then do please submit to correct sub category here.

If your site is a business site with a physical bricks and mortar presence in more than one single locality within the county please submit here to the correct sub category.

If the locality the site should belong in is not yet listed, then submit under Buckinghamshire but please prefix your description with [Actual Locality] and if you feel you''d like that locality quickly added, why not help and submit another one or two site with that [Locality Tag].

Milton Keynes "community localities" are listed under Milton Keynes with the exception of Bletchley, Stony Stratford and Newport Pagnell listed directly under Buckinghamshire. A list of community localities can be found under Milton Keynes description.

Do remember to then select most appropriate subject category where available.

Note: Sites must have a locality reference or address to be listed in Regional Categories.

If your postal address, doesn''t have a category of its own, why not find three or four more sites and apply to edit the new category?

This category is for sites about or pertaining to the county of Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes, England.

It is commonly abbreviated to Bucks, and is not to be confused with Buckingham, the principle town, although in terms of population, the traditional market town of Aylesbury and the new city of Milton Keynes are larger.

Administer by Buckinghamshire county council with 5 District Councils: Aylesbury Vale DC, Chiltern DC, South Buckinghamshire DC, Wycombe DC and Unitary Authority of Milton Keynes. Milton Keynes now as a Unitary Authority, is independent of Buckinghamshire County Council.

The county stretches from the North West outskirts of London, served by the Metropolitan line, with tube stations terminating at Chesham in the rural hills of the Chilterns, spreading westward to Oxfordshire and northwards to Bedfordshire and Northamptonsire

It is included in the EU region of South East of England.

Please submit to the most suitable sub-category

 
You are at the county level category of the Cambridgeshire section of the directory.

We generally do not accept submissions to this category - please submit them to a suitable subcategory - either the town or village location category, where one exists, (preferred) or one of the general categories if your site is aimed at the whole county.

Only sites which are specifically about towns or village which don''t yet have their own categories will be listed in this category - all other sites submissions will be moved and will take longer to get listed. If you want your site to appear in the directory quickly, please submit it to the right category.

The County of Cambridgeshire is one of the six counties of the East Anglian region of England, with the eastern part of the county being part of the Fens. It has a population of 709,000, spread across 1307 square miles (or 338,535 hectares). The main centres of population are concentrated in the cities of Cambridge and Peterborough together with the cathedral city of Ely and the large towns of Huntingdon, St Ives, St Neots and Wisbech. (Information Source: 2001 census)

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We generally do not accept submissions to this category - please submit them to a suitable subcategory - either a town category (preferred) or one of the general categories if your site is aimed at the whole county.

Only sites which are specifically about towns or villages which don''t yet have their own categories should be submitted to this category - all other sites submitted here will be reviewed and then listed in a more appropriate category. Be warned though that submitting your site to the incorrect category could cause considerable delay to its listing.

CHESHIRE

Cheshire is a county of NW England: low lying and undulating, bordering on the Pennines in the east; mainly agricultural.

Population: 955,800 (1988)
Area: 2328 sq km (899 sq miles)
Administrative Centre: Chester

Data source: Collins English Dictionary (3rd Ed Updated -1994) (c)Harper Collins

If a category for your locality exists then please submit there. Please only submit here if one is not yet available.

Thank you.

In April 1996 Cleveland became a ceremonial county with the following unitary councils: Hartlepool; Middlesbrough; Redcar and Cleveland (formerly Langbaurgh-on-Tees); Stockton-on-Tees Hartlepool and Stockton (North of the River Tees) are sometimes treated as part of County Durham. Langbaurgh-on-Tees, Middlesbrough and Stockton (South of the River Tees) are sometimes treated as part of North Yorkshire.
Sites are generally not listed in this category.

If your site has a sole operating address in, or is devoted entirely to, just one locality in the county then it should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category. Ask yourself where is the site physically located: that is where it should be listed.

If your site relates to the whole or a significant part of the county, or your business has multiple locations in the county, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Cornwall for your site, and submit it there.

Submitting inappropriate sites here may delay their review and potential listing by the editors. Remember that if the editors are to place your site in the correct category then the site must include a clear indication of its locality.

Cornwall is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
If your site is not specifically geared towards this location, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory.

Submission Tips:

When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organisation. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.

Thank you for your co-operation.

The Durham County Council includes the following areas: Chester-le-Street District Council Darlington Borough Council Derwentside District Council Durham City Council Easington District Council Sedgefield Borough Council Teesdale District Council Wear Valley District Council
Please only submit sites that are about, or are by people who live in the county of Cumbria. All submissions, unless general, should be under the appropriate town/village.

Businesses should submit under the Business_and_Economy category.

Homepages should be listed under Society_and_Culture. Accommodation is a subsection of Travel_and_Tourism.

Please submit a site to one group only - the most appropriate. If it is in several areas, submit to the county category, not to that of each area.

Cumbria is a county in the North West of England, boasting some of the most beautiful scenery in the United Kingdom. It contains the Lake District National Park, about one quarter of which is owned and managed by the National Trust. It also contains a small part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Cumbria was formed in 1974 from the former counties of Cumberland and Westmorland. Covering over 6,808 square kilometres, Cumbria incorporates the famously scenic Lake District which includes Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain at 978 metres. Other notable mountains include Helvellyn, Coniston Old Man and Skiddaw. Cumbria and the Lake District is also home to England's longest lake, Windermere (17 kilometres in length). The region was popularised in the early 19th Century by the 'Lake Poets' (Wordsworth, Coleridge and Southey). Principal urban centres are Whitehaven and Workington (both are ports), Penrith, Keswick, Kendal, Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness. The main western railway to Scotland passes through Penrith and Carlisle, and a major English motorway (the M6) runs from the south side of Birmingham up as far as Carlisle. The population of Cumbria is approximately 491,000.
Very few sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has its own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate topical sub-category.

If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Derbyshire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple physical locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Derbyshire for your site, and submit it there.

Submitting inappropriate sites to this category will only delay their review and potential listing by editors. It will help if you enter description which ACCURATELY states what is on your WEBSITE. This really will help to speed your inclusion, if appropriate.

Derbyshire is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Sites are generally not listed in this category.

If your site has a sole operating address in, or is devoted entirely to, just one locality in the county then it should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category. Ask yourself where is the site physically located: that is where it should be listed.

If your site relates to the whole or a significant part of the county, or your business has multiple locations in the county, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Devon and submit it there.

Submitting inappropriate sites here may delay their review and potential listing by the editors. Remember that if the editors are to place your site in the correct category then the site must include a clear indication of its locality.

Devon is a county in the south-west of England.

Most websites are listed in their localities. To be listed here, an organisation must have premises in several Dorset localities and none elsewhere.

Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast.
If your site is not specifically geared towards this location, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council includes the following towns: Beverley, Bridlington, Driffield, Goole, Hedon, Hessle, Hornsea, Howden, Market Weighton, Pocklington, Snaith & Cowick, Weighton and 156 parishes.

Very few websites are listed here.

Most belong in their localities. Submissions ignoring this advice will be delayed and may be declined.
East Sussex is a County in the South East Of England, its Administrative centre is at Lewes. It has nearly 50 miles of Coastline and has some well known seaside resorts.

Only submit sites to this category which cover more than one county of England, i.e., that have campuses or locations in more than one place. This category is also appropriate for education issues and organisations which cover England only. Sites applicable to more than one country of the UK should be submitted to the UK level.

Please submit school websites to the appropriate locality eg. Leeds.

If you submit your school site here it will probably take longer to get it listed - possibly infinitely.

The category contains sites for education institutions located in more than one county of England and for issues and organisations which cover England only.
PLEASE NOTE: *Most* submissions should be sent to the appropriate town or village in which the site is based, rather than Essex itself. If your site does cover more than one locality then please submit it to the appropriate topical category, do not leave it here.

Offering a site to the wrong category, especially leaving a site here, may create delay, ie it may take longer for an editor to review the site for possible inclusion in the directory. Thank you.

We reserve the right not to list a site.

Essex is a county of gently rolling countryside and winding lanes. It has England's oldest recorded town, the largest Norman Keep ever built, the largest surviving Roman gateway in Britain, a wealth of fine Medieval buildings, a 1300 year old Saxon chapel, an amazing variety of churches and Dedham Vale - home of John Constable. Note from the Essex editors: there are many towns and villages listed here without their own editor. Why not volunteer? Contact any of the editors at the foot of the Essex page if you want advice before making an application.
Sites should, where possible, appear at the most detailed level of the directory. For example, a company with a single physical location in a town should be listed in that town''s category, even if it does business over a wider area.
Gloucestershire is a county in the south-west of England, and includes the Forest of Dean and parts of the Severn valley and the Cotswolds. The unitary authority of South Gloucestershire bordering Bristol now lies outside of the modern county, but is included in the ceremonial one.
Please submit only official government websites to this category.
There is currently no description created for this category.
You are at the county level category of the Hampshire section of the directory.

We generally do not accept submissions to this category - please submit them to a suitable subcategory - either the town or village location category, where one exists, (preferred) or one of the general categories if your site is aimed at the whole county.

Only sites which are specifically about towns or villages which don''t yet have their own categories will be listed in this category - all other sites submissions will be moved and will certainly take longer to get listed. If you want your site to appear in the directory quickly, please make sure that it is submitted it to the right category.

Hampshire is situated in the far south of England, roughly half-way between the east and west ends of the South Coast. Within its boundaries are the separate unitary authorities of Southampton and Portsmouth. Covering an area of 367,860 hectares, which excludes both Southampton and Portsmouth, it is one of the largest non-metropolitan counties in England. The population of the county is 1,240,032, with additional 217,600 in Southampton and 186,704 in Portsmouth. (Information source: 2001 census ONS)
Do not submit to this category unless your complementary or alternative health facility has physical locations in more than one of England''s regions. If your facility has only one location, please submit it to the appropriate locality category e.g. submit an alternative health clinic in Reading to Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Reading/Health.
There is currently no description created for this category.

Very few sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

  • If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has it''s own category, then your site must be submitted under that category - either directly in it, or in an appropriate sub-category.

  • If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Herefordshire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Herefordshire for your site, and submit it there.

Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you submit your site here.

Herefordshire is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Formerly, it was part of 'Hereford and Worcestershire', but that county was split in 1998. The western part (comprising Leominster District, South Herefordshire District, Hereford City, and part of the old Malvern Hills District) is now under the control of Herefordshire Council Unitary Authority.

Most websites are listed in their nearest localities. To be listed here, an organisation must have premises in several Herts localities.

HERTFORDSHIRE

Hertfordshire is a county of South England, bordering on Greater London in the South: mainly low lying, with the Chiltern Hills in the northwest; largely agricultural; expanding light industries especially in the new towns.

Population: 1,033,977 (2001 est.)
Area: 1634 sq km (631 sq miles)
Administrative Centre: Hertford

Main data source: Collins English Dictionary (3rd Ed Updated -1994) (c)Harper Collins

Population figure: Hertfordshire County Council.

Most establishments are listed in their East Yorkshire or Lincolnshire localities, not here.

In April 1996 Humberside was abolished and replaced by 4 unitary councils : City of Kingston upon Hull East Riding of Yorkshire North East Lincolnshire North Lincolnshire For ceremonial purposes Kingston upon Hull deemed part of East Riding of Yorkshire (formerly East Yorkshire), Beverley, Holderness and part of Boothferry, which has become a ceremonial county in its own right. North Lincolnshire (formerly Glandford, Scunthorpe and part of Boothferry) and North East Lincolnshire (formerly Cleethorpes and Great Grimsby) are deemed part of Lincolnshire.
If your site is not specifically geared towards this county, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory. Sites based in a single locality should be suggested there. Sites also based in localities outside the island should suggest to a higher regional category.
The Isle of Wight is an island off the coast of Hampshire in Southern England. It is separated from the mainland by the Solent with ferries from Lymington, Southampton and Portsmouth connecting to Yarmouth, Cowes and Fishbourne and Ryde respectively.
Very few (if any) sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

If your site pertains to a particular town or village in the county which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category.

If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of the county, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under the main Kent category for your site, and submit it there.

Submitting inappropriate sites here will only delay their review and potential listing by editors

Kent is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Sites for entities based in, or sites related to, one locality should be submitted within that locality. Sites for businesses physically based in several localities within Lancashire may be submitted within Lancashire/Business_and_Economy.
Lists sites for entities based in, or sites about, Lancashire. The County of Lancashire was first termed as such in 1186. Its borders have changed over time: The largest urban areas, around Manchester and Liverpool, are no longer part of the administrative County of Lancashire. Lancashire's economy was historically dominated by manufacturing industry, notably cotton processing. The importance of this sector of the economy has been slowly declining over the last hundred years.
Very few sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has its own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate topical sub-category.

If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Leicestershire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has more than one physical locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Leicestershire for your site, and submit it there.

Submitting inappropriate sites to this category will only delay their review and potential listing by editors. It will help if you enter description which ACCURATELY states what is on your WEBSITE. This really will help to speed your inclusion, if appropriate.

Leicestershire is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Very few (if any) sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category.

If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Lincolnshire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Lincolnshire for your site, and submit it there.

Only if there is no suitable sub-category available should you submit your site here. Inappropriate submissions here will only delay your site''s review and potential listing by editors.

Lincolnshire is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

No websites are listed in this category.

There is currently no description created for this category.

  • If your site pertains to a particular London borough then your site should be submitted to that borough''s category or one of its sub-categories.
  • Businesses are always listed by location and not area covered.
  • If you are unsure as to which borough you are situated enter your postcode into the neighbourhood summary box in Neighbourhood Statistics.
  • If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Greater London, or your business has multiple ''physical'' locations in more than one London borough, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under London and submit it there.
  • For inclusion we must be able to verify your location preferably by an address and postcode actually on the website.
  • Submissions that don''t comply with the above may well be declined or experience a delay in being reviewed by the correct editor.
  • London is a category for anything specific to Greater London and nowhere else.
  • Businesses are always listed by location and not area covered.
  • No sites are listed here but in the many sub categories listed below.
  • If your site is not specifically geared towards this location, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory.
    Manchester (city, England), city and metropolitan district, North-Western England. It was once a port, connected by the Manchester Ship Canal (completed 1894) to Eastham on the River Mersey and formerly accessible to ocean-going vessels. It is a major industrial, cultural, and educational centre. The City of Manchester has a population of 441,200, while the wider Greater Manchester Urban Area has a population of 2,240,230, making it England's third largest conurbation after Greater London and the West Midlands (2005).
    This category is for actual maps and views, not for businesses publishing or selling them.
    All kinds of visual representations of England.
    Guides and directories specific to a particular topic should be placed in the appropriate topic subcategory within Merseyside.
    Merseyside is a county in the North West of England, centred around the mouth of the River Mersey and the port of Liverpool. It was formed in 1974, from areas formerly in south-west Lancashire, and much of the Wirral Peninsula, formerly in Cheshire.

    Before suggesting a site please read these general guidelines to verify that you are submitting to the correct category.

    Failure to submit to the correct category can increase the time it takes for the site to be reviewed by an editor.

    You are presently at ''Norfolk'' level which has its own sub-categories as well as a breakdown of more specific locations. Generally sites are listed in there specific locations as opposed to Norfolk level. ie. If you are a business based in Norwich, you would look for the appropriate sub-category under /Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Norfolk/Norwich and suggest the site there. Even if the business offers it service to the whole of Norfolk - submit to the actual physical location of the premises and not to the coverage area.

    Businesses should always submit to the Business and Economy category within the locality if one exists.

    There are a few instances where your site may be more suited at Norfolk (this) level or one of its immediate sub-categories:-

    • Your business/organisation has more than one physical location in Norfolk ONLY. If you have more locations outside of Norfolk then you should locate a category that covers ALL of your UK locations.
    • Your site has content that is only related to Norfolk as a whole. ie: Perhaps a site that list entertainment events for the whole of the county.
    • Your specific location does not exist and doesn''t have its own sub-category.
    Norfolk - home to the Norfolk Broads and many scenic coastal and historic towns and villages.
    If your site is not specifically geared towards this location, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory. Submission Tips:

    When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organisation. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language. Please ensure the correct use of capitals.

    Thank you for your co-operation.

    There is currently no description created for this category.
    If your site is not specifically geared towards this location, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory. Submission Tips:

    When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organisation. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language. Please ensure the correct use of capitals.

    Thank you for your co-operation.

    Northumberland is England's most northerly county, and has coastlines and countryside of outstanding natural beauty together with a rich and colourful history dating back to ancient times. Northumberland is unique. It is the least densely populated County in England; and has its own National Park, the most remote and unspoilt of all the English National Parks. It has its own flag, its own tartan and its own dialect. It has more castles open to the public than any other county. In Hadrian's Wall, it has the largest world heritage site in the country; and at Kielder, it has the largest man-made lake in Western Europe set in the country's largest man-made forest. It has its own food and drink and even its own distinct birds and wildlife. And it is the only British county with its own musical instrument: The Northumbrian pipes. It even has its own anthem! Though largely rural, Northumberland provides an ideal environment for business, with an established infrastructure and excellent national and international transport links.
    WARNING! We generally do not accept submissions to this category - please submit them to a suitable subcategory - either a town category (preferred) or one of the general categories if your site is aimed at the whole county.

    Only sites which are specifically about towns or village which don''t yet have their own categories will be listed in this category - all other sites will be moved and will take longer to get listed. If you want your site to appear in the directory quicker, submit it to the right category!

    North Yorkshire includes the districts of Craven, Scarborough, Ryedale, Hambleton, Richmondshire, Selby and Harrogate as well as the unitary authority of York, and about 700 parishes. According to the North Yorkshire Council, over half a million people live in the 3200 square miles of North Yorkshire. The rest is mostly countryside or national park - North Yorkshire is home to two of these; the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales. There are two cathedral cities - York and Ripon, and a number of towns, including Northallerton, the county town, Harrogate and Scarborough, plus numerous small villages and hamlets. Until the boundary changes of 1997 North Yorkshire was the UK's largest single county.

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    We generally do not accept submissions to this category - please submit them to a suitable subcategory - either a town category (preferred) or one of the general categories if your site is aimed at the whole county.

    Only sites which are specifically about towns or villages which don''t yet have their own categories should be submitted to this category - all other sites submitted here will be reviewed and then listed in a more appropriate category. Be warned though that submitting your site to the incorrect category could cause considerable delay to its listing.

    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

    Nottinghamshire is an inland county in central England: generally low lying, with part of the S Pennines and the remnant of Sherwood Forest in the east.

    Population: 1,007,700 (1990 est.)
    Area: 2164 sq km (835 sq miles)
    Administrative Centre: Nottingham

    (Data source: Collins English Dictionary (3rd Ed Updated -1994) (c)Harper Collins)

    Very few sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

    If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category.

    If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Oxfordshire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Oxfordshire for your site, and submit it there.

    Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you submit your site here.

    Oxfordshire (abbreviated Oxon) is a county in South East England, bordering on Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. It is divided into five local government districts - Oxford, Cherwell, Vale of the White Horse, West Oxfordshire and South Oxfordshire. The major centre of population is the city of Oxford. Other large settlements include Bicester, Banbury and Chipping Noton to the north of Oxford; Witney to the west; Thame and Chinnor to the east; and Abingdon, Wantage, Didcot and Henley to the south.
    No sites should be submitted here.
    East Midlands

    Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland,

    Eastern

    Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk

    London

    North East

    Cleveland, County Durham, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear

    North West

    Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, Manchester, Merseyside

    South East

    Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey, West Sussex

    South West

    Bristol, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire

    West Midlands (Region)

    Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands (county), Worcestershire

    Yorkshire and the Humber

    East Riding of Yorkshire, Humberside, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire

    If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has its own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate topical sub-category.

    If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Rutland, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple physical locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Rutland for your site, and submit it there.

    Submitting inappropriate sites to this category will only delay their review and potential listing by editors. It will help if you enter description which ACCURATELY states what is on your WEBSITE. This really will help to speed your inclusion, if appropriate.

    Please only submit sites for this county.
    Please submit to this category only wildlife websites relevant to the whole of England.

    Wildlife websites relevant to specific localities in England should be submitted to the category for that locality and to United Kingdom Wildlife.

    There is currently no description created for this category.
    Very few sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

    If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category.

    If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Shropshire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Shropshire for your site, and submit it there.

    Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you submit your site here.

    Shropshire is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The ceremonial county of Shropshire comprises the administrative county of Shropshire and the Unitary Borough of Telford and Wrekin.
    This category is for sites which cover more than one region or the whole of England and reflect the make up of the country: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people of the country.

    Please ensure that if your site is specific to a particular locality ie. it has a single base in one locality, OR covers either one region OR one county rather than the whole of England or more than one region it is placed within the appropriate topic subcategory for that area and not left here.

    Offering a site to the wrong category may delay it being reviewed by an editor for possible inclusion in the directory.

    We reserve the right not to list a site in the directory.

    Thank you

    This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the region's community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the region's people, such as social service organisations.
    This category covers the whole of the ceremonial county of Somerset and includes the two unitary areas of North Somerset, and Bath and North East Somerset.
    Located in the south-west of England, Somerset was 'founded' in approximately 1015 AD and was then called Sumaersaeton. Whilst the historic and ceremonial county of Somerset covered more than a million acres, its modern administrative successor is smaller, as some areas in the north have now become unitary authorities. The ceremonial county has a varied landscape from Exmoor in the west across the Quantock Hills to the Mendip Hills in the east. It has a rugged coast-line along the Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary. Somerset is home to the Roman city of Bath with its elegant Georgian architecture, Cheddar with its gorge, and Weston-super-Mare, holiday resort to many Midlands families.

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    We generally do not accept submissions to this category - please submit them to a suitable subcategory - either a town/village category (preferred) or one of the general categories if your site relates to multiple locations in the county.

    Only sites which are specifically about towns or villages which don''t yet have their own categories should be submitted to this category - all other sites submitted here will be reviewed and then listed in a more appropriate category. Be warned though that submitting your site to the incorrect category could cause considerable delay to its listing.

    South Yorkshire is an inland county, bordered by Derbyshire, West Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. It was formed of the southern part of the old West Riding of Yorkshire. The western part of the county forms part of the Peak District National Park. Population: 1,266,338 (2001 est.)
    Guidelines For Submitting Sites:

    If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed.

    The title should be the name of your company or organization. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

    The description should be a brief summary of your organization''s products and services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalization, or include HTML tags.

    Submit to only ONE category. Submit to the best category possible. If you cannot find the proper category, first look elsewhere in the ODP. If you still cannot locate an appropriate category, submit the site to the best category possible.

    Staffordshire is a Midlands county located between Warwickshire, Derbyshire, and the West Midlands.
    Sites and pages from and about Acton Suffolk please.
    There is currently no description created for this category.
    If your site is not specifically geared towards this location, please submit to the proper category. Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory.
    This category includes sites related to Surrey, UK.

    Important

    Only submit your website here if you have depots in several English regions.
    Otherwise, please submit it to the locality (eg Deptford) where you are based. Be sure that it includes a bricks and mortar address.

    Submissions ignoring this notice are likely to be declined

    This category includes sites providing area transport resources for those travelling to and from, and within the region.

    Please Read

    This category is only for websites that cover more than one region of England, but don''t cover any other part of the UK.
    An individual establishment should be submitted to its locality.
    Websites covering a single county (London is a county) should be submitted there.
    Websites covering several counties in the same region should be submitted to that region.

    Submissions ignoring these guidelines are likely to be declined.

    This category is for travel and tourism websites that cover more than one region of England, but don't cover any other part of the UK.
    The title should be the company or organisation name. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

    The description should be a brief summary of the organisation''s purpose, products or services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalization, or include HTML tags.

    Tyne and Wear is a county in the north east of England and part of the area known as Northumbria. Northumberland forms the northern border of this county, the North Sea its eastern border and to the west and south lies County Durham. It takes its name from the 2 large rivers which flow through the county to the North Sea - the river Tyne and the river Wear. It is upon their banks that the vast majority of its 1,121,000 people live, work and play. Once upon a time the river Tyne formed the southern border of Northumberland and the northern border of County Durham but today it is the bustling centre of Tyne and Wear and both rivers are the scene of much regeneration. Tyne and Wear may be the smallest of all the northern counties but it is the second most densely populated (Merseyside in the northwest being the first). The county has 2 cities and a number of large towns. The city of Newcastle upon Tyne lies on the northern bank of the Tyne opposite the large town of Gateshead and its conurbation on the south bank. On the Tyne estuary and the coast lie the areas of North Tyneside and South Tyneside respectively. In the south of the county the city of Sunderland presides over both banks of the river Wear.
    Very few sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

    If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category.

    If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Warwickshire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Warwickshire for your site, and submit it there.

    Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you submit your site here.

    Warwickshire is a county in the West Midlands Region of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Administratively, it has a county council, and five district-level authorities:
    • North Warwickshire Borough
    • Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough
    • Rugby Borough
    • Warwick District
    • Stratford on Avon District
    The City of Coventry and the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull were traditionally part or Warwickshire, but are now in the ceremonial West Midlands county.
    Please only offer weather-related sites for England. If the site covers more than England then offer at UK level. If it covers less than England then please offer to the locality or region that it covers.

    Offering a site to the wrong category only delays it being reviewed by an editor for possible inclusion in the directory.

    We reserve the right not to list a site in the directory.

    This category includes weather-related sites for England.
    Very few, if any, sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

    If your site pertains to a particular suburb or borough which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category thereof.

    If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of the West Midlands Metropolitan Area, or relates to a place without its own category, or your organisation has multiple locations in different places, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under ''West Midlands'' for your site, and submit it there.

    If your site also has relevance to the surrounding counties, then you should probably look at the West Midlands Region instead.

    Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you submit your site here. Submitting inappropriate sites to this category will only delay their listing.

    This category is for the West Midlands Metropolitan Area, which is a ceremonial county comprising the regions covered by seven metropolitan councils:
    • Birmingham
    • Coventry
    • Dudley (including Stourbridge and Halesowen)
    • Sandwell (including West Bromwich)
    • Solihull
    • Walsall
    • Wolverhampton
    The metropolitan area should not be confused with the West Midlands Region. The latter comprises the counties of Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire, together with the West Midlands Metropolitan area.
    Before suggesting a site at this level, please consider the following: 1) Site submitted must be relevant to the county or locality it is suggested to or clearly have contact details identifying its location. 2) If you have branches in several counties, you should consider suggesting to a category under the South East Region, or even England. 3) If you have more than one branch in different locations (e.g. Worthing and Arundel), then you may suggest your site to the appropriate sub-category at county level. If you have more than 1 branch but they are in the same locality, please suggest to that locality. 4) In all other cases please suggest to the appropriate sub-category in the locality category. 5) If you cannot find the locality (e.g. small village) then look at the nearest localities. If it is very close to a listed location or it is mentioned in it''s description, please suggest it there. Otherwise suggest your site to the appropriate sub-category at county level. In all cases start the description with the locality name to help the editor out. If you are aware of good sites (other than your own) not listed then please consider taking the time to suggest them to the directory. This particularly applies if you are in a locality not listed, as being told of 5 good sites for a locality may result in a category being created for it. Please remember that we are volunteers and thus will get round to reviewing your site as and when we can, real-life work, domestic duties, family crises and weather permitting. Thank you
    West Sussex is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is bordered by Hampshire, Surrey and Est Sussex and Chichester is it's county town. It is made up of the districts of Adur, Arun, Chichester, Horsham, and Mid Sussex, and the boroughs of Crawley and Worthing. Gatwick Airport is within the Borough of Crawley.
    Very few, if any, sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

    If your site pertains to a particular town, village, or borough which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category thereof.

    If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of the West Yorkshire, or relates to a place without its own category, or your organisation has multiple locations in different places, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under ''West Yorkshire'' for your site, and submit it there.

    If your site also has relevance to the surrounding counties, then you should probably look at the Yorkshire and the Humber Region instead.

    Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you submit your site here. Submitting inappropriate sites to this category will only delay their listing.

    West Yorkshire is a ceremonial county in England, UK. There is no county council, and it comprises the five unitary authorities:
    • City of Bradford Metropolitan District
    • Calderdale Metropolitan Borough
    • Kirklees Metropolitan Borough
    • City of Leeds
    • City of Wakefield Metropolitan District
    Sites are generally not listed in this category. If your site has a sole operating address in, or is devoted entirely to, just one locality in the county then it should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category. Ask yourself where is the site physically located: that is where it should be listed. If your site relates to the whole or a significant part of the county, or your business has multiple locations in the county, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Cornwall for your site, and submit it there. Submitting inappropriate sites here may delay their review and potential listing by the editors. Remember that if the editors are to place your site in the correct category then the site must include a clear indication of its locality. Please only submit to this category if your business covers more than one Wiltshire town, or if there is no sub-category for the town in which you are based.

    Otherwise you should submit to the town in which you are based (checking for an appropriate sub-category if they exist).

    Wiltshire is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
    Very few sites will qualify for a listing in this category.

    If your site pertains to a particular place in the county which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted under that category - either directly under it, or in an appropriate sub-category.

    If your site relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Worcestershire, or relates to a locality without its own category, or your business has multiple locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category under Worcestershire for your site, and submit it there.

    Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you submit your site here.

    Worcestershire is a county in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
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