The H's in England

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Can you name the people, places and events of England that begin with the letter 'H'?

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The Vale of Health, Parliament Hill Fields and Golders Hill Park can be found within which large London heath?
Which town on the river Thames in Oxfordshire hosts a regatta held annually since 1839?
Which town and deepwater port in Essex is traditionally, along with Ipswich and Felixstowe, one of the Haven ports?
What was the name of the self-titled 'Witchfinder General', believed to have been responsible for the deaths of 300 women 1644-46?
At which town in East Sussex did William Duke of Normandy defeat Harold Godwinson in 1066?
What is the name of the house near Tetbury in Gloucestershire that is The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s family home?
Which 60s group led by Peter Noone had the hits 'I'm Into Something Good', 'Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter' and 'I'm Henry the Eighth, I Am'?
Which town in north-west London boasts a school with an alumni including eight former Prime Ministers, MP's, numerous foreign statesmen and two Kings?
What was the name of Horatio Nelson's mistress?
Which palace in in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames was originally built for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey circa 1514?
Which town in West Yorkshire is the birthplace of rugby league and of the British Prime Minister Harold Wilson?
Which castle in North Yorkshire owned by the Dukes of Norfolk was built by John Vanbrugh between 1699 and 1712?
Which county cricket ground in West Yorkshire has also been home to test matches since 1899?
Which town in the former district of Tyndale Northumberland was the scene of a 1464 battle in the Wars of the Roses?
Which castle near Edenbridge Kent was the seat of the Boleyn family fom 1462 to 1539?
The Ark is a prominent office building located in which district of west London?
Which house in Hertfordshire was the childhood home and favourite residence of Queen Elizabeth I?
What was the name of the flag captain to Nelson and commander of HMS Victory at the battle of Trafalgar 1805?
What name was used for the division of a shire, replaced by the introduction of 'districts' in 1894?
Which area of North London is known for its Victorian cemetary, burial place of Karl Marx, Michael Faraday, Douglas Adams etc?

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