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eeek.  Sorry. I'm good on international geography, but English geography,
I'm afraid not.

> As a native "East Anglian"...! I have to point out that East Anglia isn't
a
> county, ancient or modern. It's just a convenient catch-all term for the
> general area North and East of London. It is generally held to be composed
> of the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, with perhaps Essex
> and Hertfordshire included depending on how you feel. To me personally,
East
> Anglia is just Norfolk and Suffolk.
> MikePoxon
> Norwich, Norfolk (born Great Yarmouth, Norfolk)
> > I'll try to name all the ones in England ->
> >
> > Oxfordshire(my home county), Berkshire(the county my hometown was in
> > pre-1974), Staffordshire, Gloucestershire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire,
> > Tyne&Tees(Northumbria?), all 4 Yorkshires, Cornwall, Devon, Somerset,
> > Greater London, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Essex, Sussex, Kent,
East
> > Anglia, Wiltshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Cambridgeshire, and that's all I
> can
> > name.
> >
>