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Star Location Competition 2016: The City In UK With The Most ‘Star‘ Quality

STARlocationHOTEL INFO are searching for the place in UK with the most ‘star’ quality. The online community are asked to vote for their favourite location from the 22 nominees. The competition is open from 13.04. until 04.05.2016 at www.hotel.info/en/citymoments/star-locations-2016/

You can vote for the following locations: Alnwick, (Northumberland) – Aylesbury, (Buckinghamshire) – Bakewell, (Derbyshire) – Bampton, (Oxfordshire) – Carnforth, (Lancashire) – Craven Arms, (Shropshire) – Ely, (Cambridgeshire) -Fort William, (Highlands) – Grantham, (Leicestershire) – Greenwich, (Greater London) – Hatfield, (Hertfordshire) – Haworth, (West Yorkshire) – Knutsford, (Cheshire) – Long Melford, (Suffolk) – Sevenoaks, (West Kent) -Sherborne, (Dorset) -Tetbury, (Gloucestershire) – Wells, (Somerset) – Whitby, (North Yorkshire) – Wilton, (Wiltshire) – Winchester (Hampshire) and Windsor (Berkshire).

The UK has been home to many film and TV productions over the years. Whether you enjoy the romance of Pride and Prejudice or Atonement; or prefer the action of Tomb Raider or Braveheart there are so many places to visit, where you can relive the steps of great actresses and actors.

All nominees consist of towns and cities where a movie, or TV programme, was filmed. The location also has to have a between 2,000 and 60,000 inhabitants.

The results will be counted on 05.05.2016 and the location with the most votes wins the coveted HOTEL INFO STAR LOCATION 2016 AWARD. There are also 5 prizes of £100 pounds for 5 lucky voters.  The winners will be selected at random.

Further information on the nominees and the opportunity to place your vote, can be found at www.hotel.info/en/citymoments/star-locations-2016/

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