Jersey is not part of England, or the UK for that matter but independent and is actually an Island in the British Isles. Fantastic place for families, mature people, food lovers, plenty of cliff walks etc. One thing it doesn't have is really a proper club scene.
Dorking is a pleasant country town, some interesting older architecture, several antique shops, a museum, and a visitable winery. Boxhill on the Downs is a famous walking and tourist spot just north of the town.
Manchester is the best place in to shop at outside of London in England. There are tons of shops. Visit the Printworks, which is a collection of bars, pubs, and a movie theatre all under one roof. Try out the bars near the University of Manchester if you are looking for a younger crowd.
You have no reason to come to Sittingbourne -- we have nothing.
Hexham town has a lot of great things to do, including a small theatre, cinema and a once a month farmers market. A great tourist atraction is Hexham abbey. There are also plenty of great places to eat and drink.
I went to Newquay last year when I was 16 with some friends and it was fantastic! The night life was great and in the day you can surf or just chill on the beaches. It's cheap and the perfect place to get away from it all. But beware, a signal is not easy to get for mobile lovers.
St. Mitchell's Mount is a walking distance from Penzance, one of the best places in the UK. Weather in this part of the UK is usually windy and quite sunny.
I now live in Canada. I use to live on Dartmoor, in the Girls Boarding School, not too far from Widecombe in the Moor. I remember coming to Widecombe Fair, every year. Today, I decided to see what websites there were. It's great to see these beautiful places being used for tourists. Someday, I'll come back there …
Exeter is wicked. If you fancy a good night out, go to Arena and then Paradise Tandoori. They have the best naan kebabs I have ever tasted in my life!
Avoid Bath at all costs. It is horribly expensive and there's is really nothing going on.
Be sure to take one of the London Walks tours - they're marvelous, cheap, and let you see and learn more about London than you could on your own!
Oxford is the best place to visit. If you go down along the river there is a beautiful park to sit and have lunch or relax. The Virgin store in town allows you to email for friends for a cheap rate also. Going rowing in the river is also a fun time.
Canterbury is a gorgeous city! Take a river baot trip (from Weaver's), Go to the Cathedral (quite expensive but SO worth it). Rent a bike and go to Whitstable on the Crabbe and Winkle route. There's a park next to the West tower at the end of High street which is really nice. I love Canterbury!