Liebherr Wine Cabinets & Wine Fridges - Guaranteed Best Prices
Your Liebherr wine fridge, Liebherr wine cooler or Liebherr wine cabinet can be either single wine cabinets or multi temperature wine cabinets. Whether they are freestanding or built in all our wine cabinets are supplied at the lowest price in the UK from Cavepromotor. When buying from us your Liebherr wine cabine price will include free home delivery, a digital hydrometer and a set of Anti Vibration Reduction Blocks. We can also supply bespoke wine fridges in London and surrounding areas.
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Specialising in the Liebherr range of wine cabinets was an inspired choice for us at Cavepromotor. After many years selling exclusive wines from Wijnpromotor we became experts in the best way to store expensive wines.During our research for the best cabinets we not only looked at the build quality but also pricing, delivery and after care as well as the suppliers knowledge and reputation within the wine industry.
In the world of wine there is often misunderstanding and incorrect information hence the reason for the creation of Cavepromotor. We found many suppliers were very keen to sell the cabinet but when questions arose regarding storage and serving temperatures they were not able to help. For instance the correct humidity levels inside a cabinet are vitally important in the storage of wine and this fact is often ignored which can lead to good wines becoming spoiled.
As well as answering questions before a purchase is made, we are more than happy to talk to customers and give advice or answer any queries that may arise once the cabinet is in use. Our after sales support is renowned.
Over the years, we have had questions regarding ideal temperatures, storage, humidity, and more: we are always pleased to help out with free advice, as wine is our passion and we want it to continue to be yours
Cavepromotor not only serves the UK, but also the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France and the United States. Working in conjunction with a local importer, we help our clients to avoid any service or warranty issues that may occur if purchased abroad interdependently.
As wine lovers as well as being wine specialists, we have looked very carefully into what is needed for quality wine storage, and for this reason we supply a digital hydrometer with every cabinet sold. To further minimise vibrations, we developed Vibration Reduction Blocks which are included with all of our freestanding models. Since we started to sell wine cabinets, it quickly became clear to us that many customers forget to replace the active carbon filters, so we now automatically notify every customer via our filter replacement service. As we already know the type of wine cabinet a customer has, it makes it easy for us to supply the correct filter and means that our customers don’t need to worry about filter replacement schedules.
Multi-Temperature and Single Temperature Liebherr Wine Fridges
All multi-temperature and single-temperature Liebherr wine cabinets or wine fridges is/are delivered with a set of Cavepromotor’s unique Vibration Reduction Blocks and a digital hygrometer – Free of charge. A liebherr multi-temperature wine cabinet helps you store and service your various wines. A single-temperature Liebherr wine cabinet or wine fridge is mainly used for storage. A Liebherr wine cabinet takes care of the temperature, but also promises adequate humidity and air quality (thanks to the active carbon filters).
Vinothek (Standard) Liebherr wine cabinets contain: wooden shelves (except for the WKr 1811), digital displays, and FreshAir active carbon filters.
|Model type||Product type||Temp. zones||Bottles||Product finish|
|Liebherr WKb 4212||Free stand.||1||200||Insulated glazed door, black frame, black side walls|
|Liebherr WKr 4211||Free stand.||1||200||Full door, bordeaux red, black side walls|
|Liebherr WKr 3211||Free stand.||1||164||Full door, bordeaux red, black side walls|
|Liebherr WKb 3212||Free stand.||1||164||Insulated glazed door, black frame, black side walls|
|Liebherr WTb 4212||Free stand.||6||200||Insulated glazed door, black frame, black side walls|
|Liebherr WTr 4211||Free stand.||6||200||Full door, bordeaux red, black side walls|
|Liebherr SBSes 8486||Free stand.||2||34||Liebherr side by side fridge freezer|
GrandCru (Luxury) units contain the same as the Vinothek wine cabinets, but also include: LED lighting, electronic control systems, door locks, child safety, aluminum door handles (including integrated opening mechanism), and clip-on labeling systems.
|Model type||Product type||Temp. zones||Bottles||Product finish|
|Liebherr WKt 6451||Free stand.||1||312||Full door, terra with terra side walls|
|Liebherr WKt 5552||Free stand.||1||253||Insulated glazed door, terra frame and side walls|
|Liebherr WKt 5551||Free stand.||1||253||Full door, terra with terra side walls|
|Liebherr WKes 4552||Free stand.||1||201||Insulated glazed door, steel frame and stainless steel sides|
|Liebherr WKt 4551||Free stand.||1||201||Full door, terra with terra side walls|
|Liebherr WKt 4552||Free stand.||1||201||Insulated glazed door, terra frame and side walls|
|Liebherr WKes 653||Free stand.||1||12||Insulated glazed door, steel frame and stainless steel sides|
|Liebherr WKEes 553||Integrated||1||18||Integrated glazed door with stainles steel frame, silver sides|
|Liebherr UWKes 1752||Integrated||1||46||Integrated glazed door with stainles steel frame, silver sides|
Vinidor (Extra Luxury) have the features of GrandCru wine cabinets, but also contain: the GrandCru including electronic LCD display, dim-able LED lighting, wooden shelves that are mounted on telescopic rails, tinted safety glass, and two or three independently operation wine safes.
|Model type||Product type||Temp. zones||Bottles||Product finish|
|Liebherr WTes 5872||Free stand.||3||178||Insulated glazed door, steel frame and stainless steel sides|
|Liebherr WTes 5972||Free stand.||2||211||Insulated glazed door, steel frame and stainless steel sides|
|Liebherr WTPes 5972||Free stand.||2||155||Insulated glazed door, steel frame and stainless steel sides|
|Liebherr WTes 1672||Free stand.||2||34||Insulated glazed door, steel frame and stainless steel sides|
|Liebherr UWTes 1672||Integrated||2||34||Insulated glazed door, steel frame|
|Liebherr UWTgb 1682||Integrated||2||34||Insulated glazed door, Touch Open|
|Liebherr EWTgw 3583||Integrated||2||83||Insulated glazed door White, Touch Open|
|Liebherr EWTgb 3583||Integrated||2||83||Insulated glazed door Black, Touch Open|
|Liebherr EWTgw 2383||Integrated||2||51||Insulated glazed door White, Touch Open|
|Liebherr EWTgb 2383||Integrated||2||51||Insulated glazed door Black, Touch Open|
|Liebherr EWTgw 1683||Integrated||2||33||Insulated glazed door White, Touch Open|
|Liebherr EWTgb 1683||Integrated||2||33||Insulated glazed door Black, Touch Open|
How can Cavepromotor offer the lowest prices in the UK?
At Cavepromotor, we can provide the lowest prices for any freestanding Liebherr wine fridge or integrated wine fridge because:
- We only sell Liebherr wine fridges
- We have an optimized stock
- We have an efficiënt and environmentally friendly logistics system
- We are easy to locate on the internet
Storing and serving
To store and serve wine in the optimum conditions you have to be aware of the following:
- Humidity (Digital hydrometer)
- Avoid vibrations (Vibration Reduction Blocks)
- Replacement of the Active Carbonfilters (Filter Alert Service)
When you buy your Liebherr wine fridge from Cavepromotor you receive a free digital hydrometer. This helps you to monitor the level of humidity within the cabinet. If it drops too low, you can/it will switch on a fan to increase humidity. Our wine cabinet specialists are always available to offer advice free of charge.
Vibration Reduction Blocks
Environmental vibration can have a negative effect on the aging of your wines. This will be reduced by at least 95% with our system. When you buy the Liebherr wine fridge from Cavepromotor, you will be supplied with vibration reduction blocks as standard.
Delivery & Installation
Price for the Freestanding models includes:
- Home delivery
- Digital hydrometer
- Vibration Reduction Blocks
- Filter Alert Service
Price for the Integrated models includes:
- Home delivery
- Digital hydrometer
- Filter Alert Service
Important Delivery Information
When purchasing a Liebherr Wine Fridge, Wine Cooler or Wine Fridge, it is essential that the Cabinet will not only fit into the desired position within your house, it also needs to be able to reach that desired location. Hence, it is important to check the size of doorways, gates, etc. before ordering. It is also helpful if you can move any potential obstacles out of the way prior to delivery.
Full details, measurements and specifications of each Liebherr model can be found on the product pages of our website. If in doubt, please feel free to call our staff. Occasionally, the situation has arisen where whilst the unit is still enclosed within the cardboard and polystyrene packaging, it is too large to fit through the customer’s door. In this instance, it is possible for the packaging to be removed prior to entering the property, but it is essential that it is known beforehand that the unit’s measurements definitely mean that the unpacked unit will then fit through the entrance.
If the Liebherr Wine Cabinet is not being delivered to the ground floor, then please inform us when placing your order. If the cabinet does need to be lifted either up or down stairs / floors, please inform us so we can instruct the delivery company to bring the correct equipment for your situation. It is vital that we receive this information before the Wine Fridge is delivered, otherwise they may refuse to deliver your Liebherr Wine Cabinet once they have arrived at your address. If there is a lift available, please make sure the packaged dimensions will fit through the doors of the lift.
The packaging will only be removed if the customer gives permission for this to be done after checking that the measurements of the unpacked unit will fit through the door. The reason for this is simple; once the packaging has been removed, the unit is deemed as ‘delivered’. If, however, it then transpires that the unit will not be able to enter the property, it will need to be returned to Liebherr for a smaller or alternative model. In this situation, return and replacement will become subject to a return charge of £60.00 plus vat (£72.00). However, any difference in price between the units will need to be paid, or partially refunded. If the above does happen, it will not affect your two year warranty.
Once the unit is deemed ‘delivered’, you will not be able to return the Wine Cabinet to Liebherr for any reason apart from malfunction. Liebherr will not exchange the unit if you have ordered the incorrect model for your needs, whether for size or function. Liebherr will not collect an incorrectly ordered model and will not take any model back into stock, even if it hasn’t been switched on, purely because the outer packaging has been removed. This is because of the logistics in returning a model without any packaging, and the likelihood of causing some degree of damage or scratching. As you can see from the above, it is vitally important you ensure you order the correct unit for your needs, so please do check the measurements of all door frames and entrances where the Liebherr Wine Fridge, Wine Cooler or Wine Cabinet would pass / enter. If at all unsure, please call us with your measurements to check before making your order, we are more than happy to assist you in choosing the correct unit.
The location of the Liebherr wine cabinet can not be underestimated. In the product information, it lists dimensions when the door is open at a 90 degree angle. With the 60cm wide cabinets in particular it is important that you can open the door to 115 degrees in order to allow the shelves to pull out properly and also for the loading and unloading of wine. If situated in an area where the doors can only open 90 degrees, the shelves could snag on the rubber door seals. With the door opened to 115 degrees, you need to allow for an extra 20-25cm. This issue is not so important for the wider cabinets, especially the models fitted with telescopic shelves, but it is still worth considering the surrounding space.
How to Choose the Best Liebherr Wine Fridge
Wine Cooler Fridge Considerations
The wine cooler fridge should suit both the property in which it will be installed, the wine collection, the number of bottles to be stored, and the diversity of the collection (not all wines are the same, and not all bottles are the same size).
Before choosing a unit, it is advisable to make a decision on where you want it to be installed. Some people like their wine in the kitchen, hidden as an under counter unit, but some people want a centerpiece unit installed in the living room for entertaining and showing off their location to guests. The room size and other furniture should be analyzed, to allow plenty of space for the cooler and comfortable door opening. Another thing to consider is the noise of the unit, while quite quiet with our anti-vibration blocks, the unit will generate a level of noise. If you want to minimize electricity (and extend the life of the unit), it could also be worth choosing a room that remains cool. For example; many people like to keep their living room nice and warm, but the cooler would have to work against the room’s heating system.
Different units are intended for different uses and each level of device has numerous different features. Once you have decided on what you want a cooler for, you should think about aspects such as:
- Size Specifications – this should include the unit size, bottle storage capacity (remember that not all bottles are exactly the same size), and also the total area required for its doors to open fully and shelves to be removed or pulled out.
- Storage Space: How many bottles do you want to store? Do you think this will increase in the future?
- Humidity System: to prevent corkage dry out and entailing wine damage (due to air).
- Anti-Vibration Systems: With our freestanding models, we always have you covered with this, using our specialist anti-vibration blocks. Excessive vibration can negatively affect a wine’s key features (flavour, body, and colour).
- Air Filters – to keep the display looking fresh. We will always notify you when the filter is due replacement.
- UV-Resistant Doors: to protect your wine – particularly important if the device will be in a room that gets a lot of sun light.
- Interior Lighting: this is normally LED, to reduce UV affects.
- Controls – including touch displays, smart functions, and connectivity (such as smartphone apps and remote control systems, etc.).
- Door Locks: a must have if you have children, or friends with children visiting. It also helps prevent wines from ‘vanishing’ from the shelves.
- Warnings: Some coolers have an alert system to let you know when a door hasn’t closed properly, or the unit is getting too warm.
- Programmable: Some wines need different temperatures, especially if the unit is for serving wine instead of storage. Also, sometimes a power cut can cause units to reset, and so a system that retains the temperature settings even without power, means that the unit will proceed to restore your desired temperature as soon as the power supply returns.
- Shelving – the material you choose would largely depend on your personal collection value. Most of our units come with wooden shelves to avoid damaging the bottles of your stored wines. Some of our units come with telescopic shelving to allow easy access.
Wine Coolers Vs Wine Cabinet
Many people think of coolers, cabinets, and fridges as all being the same thing. Generally speaking, fridges and coolers are similar, but they are not the same as cabinets. So, how are they different? Well, although all of these are designed to cool your wines, some are for serving and some are for long term storage and aging of wine.
Coolers and fridges are more targeted at having wine at the best temperature for drinking straight out of the unit. Liebherr wine coolers and fridges will normally have a variable temperature system, or even more than one temperature controlled compartment, to allow owners to set the best temperature for the type of wines they are storing and serving. Some of the higher end fridges and coolers will have all of the features of a cabinet too, and so can actually be used as such, but are more designed for frequent consumption of the wines that are stored.
Cabinets are designed to store wine long term and to help it age well, improving its body, flavour and colour over the years it is in storage. Cabinets are normally set at around 13°C, which most experts agree to be a good temperature for storing and aging wines long term. They are also designed to be low vibration and to protect the wine from factors such as UV and humidity. As these are normally used for storing a range of wines, cabinets can be a lot larger to allow for the storage of entire wine collections.
Price Vs Quality
All of our wine fridges are offered at the best price possible for each unit. However, it is also good to consider the value and size of your wine collection. Choosing the cheaper unit can sometimes save money short term, but turn out to be costly in the long run. You need to consider the value of your collection, the number of bottles, and how much you really enjoy wine. Do you see this passion growing? If you do, then you may want to invest in a unit that can not only hold more bottles of wine, but also care and assist with the aging of your more expensive prized bottles.
Types of Liebherr Wine Chiller Fridges for UK Buyers
Freestanding Wine Coolers
With this type of unit, it is easier to install. However, although movable, ideally it should match with the style of the target room and be able to be installed in an area both convenient for use, and either out of the way or in a place to show off your collection – depending on your preference. A stand alone Liebherr wine cooler is more ‘portable’, but will likely need a professional to assist with moving and installation in a second location, so it’s still important to choose the unit and location carefully the first time. Our UK unit range has numerous styles of stand alone wine refrigerators, and all come installed and with anti-vibration blocks as a part of our standard service.
Built in Wine Coolers
When choosing a wine cabinet, some would like the unit to blend with the room and to show off the collection to be stored. For this type of unit, as it is ‘pretty much fixed’ in location once it is installed, and so it is worth spending some time considering where it should be fitted. By this, we don’t simply mean if it should be under the counter, but to think about which room and how prominent the unit should be. A tall wine refrigerator can be installed under a staircase to be hidden, or make a unique feature of the house, and it can also be set as the centerpiece of a kitchen or living-room. Colour, material, and size are all worth considering when choosing, particularly with a tall or large wine fridge that will stand out. Built in and under counter wine fridges are often designed to be more subtle, even unnoticeable, but colour and style needs to fit with the room to achieve this. They are also below eye level, and so are sometimes a better choice if you want something for it’s functionality more than for it to show off the wines.
Dual Zone Wine Coolers
Are you a fan of both red and white wines? If so, a dual zone wine cooler could be the ideal choice for you. These units have separate compartments to allow the storage of different types of wines. For most people, these are used to store white and red wines separately. However, some enthusiasts may actually use two or more of these units, to store only red or white wine in each. The reason for this is that some wines of the same colour will actually taste better at slightly different serving temperatures. However you choose to use a dual zone wine fridge, it is a great way to make sure you can enjoy your wine collection at the best possible temperature straight from the unit.
Wine Serving and Storage Temperatures
Firstly, if you haven’t done so already, please read the sections about Dual Zone and Wine Coolers Vs Cabinets.
The temperature at which you serve wine will affect how the wine itself tastes. This is what coolers and fridges are designed for, they are not intended for long term storage, but instead to have your favorite wines ready for you at a good drinking temperature. This is where a wine refrigerator dual zone setup (or more than two zones) can come into its own, allowing you to enjoy white wines, red wines, or variations of each at the perfect temperature to enhance their features.
White wines are normally recommended to be served at a temperature between 7-11°C to maintain that crispness and freshness of white wine. Red wines are normally better at slightly warmer temperatures, served between 12°C and 17°C. To maintain the taste of a good wine, it should not be served too warm or two cold. However, each type of red or white wine has a different ideal serving temperature, as the makeups of the various red and white wines are different. Hence, it is a good idea to look up the best range for your favourite wines.
Due to this, when you have your system setup, don’t allow the wine to sit after removing it from the unit. They are at the best temperature, so should be poured and enjoyed straight out of the fridge.
We deliver Liebherr Wine Fridges in:
Abingdon-on-Thames, Accrington, Acle, Acton, Adlington, Alcester, Aldeburgh, Aldershot, Alford, Alfreton, Alnwick, Alsager, Alston, Alton, Altrincham, Amble, Ambleside, Amersham, Amesbury, Ampthill, Andover, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Arlesey, Arundel, Ashbourne, Ashburton, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Ashby Woulds, Ashford, Ashington, Ashton-under-Lyne, Askern, Aspatria, Atherstone, Attleborough, Axbridge, Axminster, Aylesbury, Aylsham, Bacup, Bakewell, Bampton, Banbury, Barking, Barnard Castle, Barnes, Barnet, Barnoldswick, Barnsley, Barnstaple, Barrow-in-Furness, Barton-upon-Humber, Basingstoke, Batley, Battle, Bawtry, Beaconsfield, Beaminster, Bebington, Beccles, Beckenham, Bedale, Bedford, Bedworth, Belper, Bentham, Berkeley, Berkhamsted, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Beverley, Bewdley, Bexhill-on-Sea, Bexley, Bicester, Biddulph, Bideford, Biggleswade, Billericay, Billingham, Bilston, Bingham, Bingley, Birchwood, Birkenhead, Bishop Auckland, Bishop's Castle, Bishop's Stortford, Bishop's Waltham, Blackburn, Blackpool, Blackrod, Blackwater and Hawley, Blandford Forum, Bletchley and Fenny Stratford, Blyth, Bodmin, Bognor Regis, Bollington, Bolsover, Bolton, Bootle, Bordon, Boroughbridge, Boston, Bottesford, Bourne, Bournemouth, Bovey Tracey, Brackley, Bradford-on-Avon, Brading, Bradley Stoke, Bradninch, Braintree, Brampton, Brandon, Braunstone Town, Brentford, Brentwood, Bridgnorth, Bridgwater, Bridlington, Bridport, Brierfield, Brierley, Brigg, Brighouse, Brightlingsea, Brixham, Broadstairs and St Peter's, Bromborough, Bromley, Bromsgrove, Bromyard, Broseley, Brough, Broughton, Broughton-in-Furness, Bruton, Buckfastleigh, Buckingham, Bude-Stratton, Budleigh Salterton, Bulwell, Bungay, Buntingford, Burford, Burgess Hill, Burgh-le-Marsh, Burnham-on-Crouch, Burnham-on-Sea, Burnley, Burntwood, Burslem, Burton Latimer, Burton upon Trent, Bury, Bury St Edmunds, Bushey, Buxton, Caistor, Callington, Calne, Camborne, Camelford, Cannock, Canvey Island, Carnforth, Carlton Colville, Carshalton, Carterton, Castle Cary, Castleford, Chagford, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Chard, Charlbury, Chatham, Chatteris, Cheadle, Cheltenham, Chertsey, Chesham, Cheshunt, Chesterfield, Chester-le-Street, Chickerell, Chilton, Chingford, Chippenham, Chipping Campden, Chipping Norton, Chipping Sodbury, Chorley, Chorleywood, Christchurch, Chudleigh, Chulmleigh, Church Stretton, Cinderford, Cirencester, Clare, Clay Cross, Cleator Moor, Cleckheaton, Cleethorpes, Cleobury Mortimer, Clevedon, Clitheroe, Clun, Coalville, Cockermouth, Coggeshall, Colburn, Colchester, Coleford, Coleshill, Colne, Colyton, Congleton, Conisbrough, Corbridge, Corby, Corringham, Corsham, Cotgrave, Cowes, Coulsdon, Cramlington, Cranbrook, Craven Arms, Crawley, Crediton, Crewe, Crewkerne, Cricklade, Cromer, Crook, Crosby, Crowborough, Croydon, Crowland, Crowle, Cullompton, Dagenham, Dalton Town with Newton, Darley Dale, Darlington, Dartford, Dartmouth, Darwen, Daventry, Dawley, Dawlish, Deal, Denholme, Dereham, Desborough, Devizes, Dewsbury, Didcot, Dinnington St John's, Diss, Doncaster, Dorchester, Dorking, Dover, Dovercourt, Downham Market, Driffield, Droitwich Spa, Dronfield, Dudley, Dukinfield, Dulverton, Dunstable, Dunwich, Dursley, , Ealing, Earby, Earl Shilton, Earley, Easingwold, East Cowes, East Grinstead, East Ham, Eastbourne, Eastleigh, East Retford, Eastwood, Eccles, Eccleshall, Edenbridge, Edgware, Edmonton, Egremont, Elland, Ellesmere, Ellesmere Port, Elstree and Borehamwood, Emsworth, Enfield, Epping, Epsom and Ewell, Epworth, Erith, Eton, Evesham, Exmouth, Eye, Fairford, Fakenham, Falmouth, Fareham, Faringdon, Farnborough, Farnham, Faversham, Fazeley, Featherstone, Felixstowe, Ferndown, Ferryhill, Filey, Filton, Finchley, Fleet, Fleetwood, Flitwick, Folkestone, Fordbridge, Fordingbridge, Fordwich, Fowey, Framlingham, Frinton and Walton, Frodsham, Frome, Gainsborough, Garstang, Gateshead, Gillingham, Gillingham, Glastonbury, Glossop, Godalming, Godmanchester, Goole, Gorleston, Gosport, Grange-over-Sands, Grantham, Grassington, Gravesend, Grays, Great Dunmow, Great Torrington, Great Yarmouth, Greater Willington, Grimsby, Guildford, Guisborough, Hadleigh, Hailsham, Halesowen, Halesworth, Halewood, Halifax, Halstead, Haltwhistle, Redenhall with Harleston, Harlow, Harpenden, Harrogate, Harrow, Hartland, Hartlepool, Harwich, Harworth and Bircotes, Haslemere, Haslingden, Hastings, Hatfield, Hatfield, Hatherleigh, Havant, Haverhill, Hawkinge, Haxby, Hawes, Hayes, Hayle, Haywards Heath, Heanor and Loscoe, Heathfield, Hebden Royd, Hedge End, Hednesford, Hedon, Helmsley, Helston, Hemel Hempstead, Hemsworth, Hendon, Henley-in-Arden, Henley-on-Thames, Hertford, Hessle, Hetton, Hexham, Heywood, Higham Ferrers, Highbridge, Highworth, High Wycombe, Hinckley, Hingham, Hitchin, Hoddesdon, Holbeach, Holsworthy, Holt, Honiton, Horley, Horncastle, Hornsea, Hornsey, Horsforth, Horsham, Horwich, Houghton Regis, Hounslow, Howden, Huddersfield, Hungerford, Hunstanton, Huntingdon, Hyde, Hythe, Ilford, Ilfracombe, Ilkeston, Ilkley, Ilminster, Immingham, Ingleby Barwick, Ipswich, Irthlingborough, Ivybridge, Jarrow, Keighley, Kempston, Kendal, Kenilworth, Kesgrave, Keswick, Kettering, Keynsham, Kidderminster, Kidsgrove, Kimberley, King's Lynn, Kingsbridge, Kingsteignton, Kingston-upon-Thames, Kington, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Kirkby Lonsdale, Kirkby Stephen, Kirkbymoorside, Kirkham, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Knaresborough, Knutsford, Langport, Launceston, Leatherhead, Lechlade, Ledbury, Leek, Leigh, Leighton-Linslade, Leigh-on-Sea, Leiston, Leominster, Letchworth Garden City, Lewes, Leyburn, Leyland, Leyton, Liskeard, Littlehampton, Loddon, London, Loftus, Liverpool, Long Sutton, Longridge, Longtown, Looe, Lostwithiel, Loughborough, Loughton, Louth, Lowestoft, Ludgershall, Ludlow, Luton, Lutterworth, Lydd, Lydney, Lyme Regis, Lymington, Lynton & Lynmouth, Lytchett Minster & Upton, Lytham St Annes, Mablethorpe and Sutton, Macclesfield, Madeley, Maghull, Maidenhead, Maidstone, Maldon, 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