Friday, 29 March 2019

Catch A Fish From All 48 English Counties


Catch A Fish From All 48 English Counties


Good Afternoon All,

Yes! It's Official Raving Mad 😊

'Catch A Fish From All 48 English Counties'
Before start to draw up a blog for this mission. A completely different challenge put to me by a reader recently.

Sure many are aware of the next challenge 'Catch A Fish From All 69 UK Cities' however further research has shown some Cities are going to be extremely difficult. Therefore have decided to do two separate challenges.

Will be doing both Missions alongside each other purely for love and the hell of it. There will be no time limits, or added pressure.

Really looking forward to completing present Mission 'Catch A Fish From All 33 London Authorities' hitting the road later this year meeting many of you along the way.

Further Updates, and blog post to follow 👍😎🎣

p.s - one country at a time shall also be planning to visit Ireland, Scotland and Wales in the future.

48 Counties Of England
Bedfordshire
Berkshire
Buckinghamshire
Cambridgeshire, including Isle of Ely
Cheshire
held jointly with Chester
Cornwall
Cumberland
Derbyshire
Devon
held jointly with Exeter
Dorset
held jointly with Poole
Durham
Essex
Gloucestershire
held jointly with Gloucester and Bristol
Hampshire
held jointly with Southampton
Herefordshire
Hertfordshire
Huntingdonshire
Kent
held jointly with Canterbury
Lancashire
Leicestershire
Lincolnshire
held jointly with Lincoln
City of London, having commissioners of Lieutenancy
County of London
Middlesex
Norfolk
held jointly with Norwich
Northamptonshire, including the Soke of Peterborough
Northumberland
held jointly with Berwick-upon-Tweed and Newcastle upon Tyne
Nottinghamshire
held jointly with Nottingham
Oxfordshire
Rutland
Shropshire
Somerset
Staffordshire
held jointly with Lichfield
Suffolk
Surrey
Sussex
Warwickshire
Westmorland
Wiltshire
Worcestershire
held jointly with Worcester
Yorkshire—had three Lieutenants, one for each of the three ridings
East Riding, held jointly with Kingston upon Hull
North Riding
West Riding, held jointly with York

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