County of Cambridgeshire Cambridgeshire is a scenic and picturesque county in East Anglia, and is home to the beautiful university city of Cambridge. The county has discovered a great number of archaeological finds from the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age in East Cambridgeshire particularly in Isleham.
County of Hertfordshire Hertfordshire was a favourite county of Charles Lamb, who refers to it as "hearty, homely, loving Hertfordshire". This pleasant undulating district now has many 'new towns', but it still has many country seats alternating with arable land. A characteristic feature is the Hertfordshire 'needle', the unusually small spire crowning many church towers.
County of Norfolk Norfolk is rich in fine churches, the characteristic features of which are their use of flushwork (flint and stone), their round towers and their elaborate and magnificent timber roofs and other woodwork. The county has a long and varied coastline studded with summer and holiday resorts.
County of Suffolk Suffolk is the easternmost county of England and forms a major part of East Anglia. The county is noted for its peaceful beauty of the inland landscapes, reflected in the paintings of Constable and Gainsborough, and the history of manufacturing agricultural machinery. Newmarket is the home of horse racing.