Cleavanage-sur-mer

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Cleavange-sur-mer is a somewhat large town in deepest Hertfordshire. It is well known for its many roundabouts, low cut-tops, and slight slope. It was once located by the sea, but since the removal of the sea in 1531 by Henry VIII, its once profitable water-mining industry has all but shrivelled into a tiny pellet, which can be easily swallowed and digested. It was rejuvenated in the mid 70s by the urban regeneration policies of Cecil.