Heh, I appreciate the attempted long-hop but to be fair most British people would associate "Wye" with the river and not the village. Funny how personal experience affects things though, you had me a bit fooled saying it was in England. I think of the Wye as a Welsh river because one of my dad's first jobs was in the depths of Wales and his boss had some fishing rights on the Wye which he would only use at weekends, and he would let my dad fish there during the week, so I grew up firmly associating all my dad's tales of fishing the Wye with his time working in Wales. Also I know the Severn where it forms the Welsh border, I hadn't realised the border goes quite so far from the Severn down there.There it is! @duncan.brown is the winner!
I must confess that based on @Northern_Brewer's avatar I looked up "Wye, UK" on Google and found a nice looking picture, which turned out to be Ross-on-Wye. It was only after I'd posted and people started guessing that I took a second look at the avatar, looked up the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which turns out to be on the other side of the island from Ross-on-Wye. Oops.
As an aside, and speaking as an American, "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty" is a much better term than "National Park."
Nottingham it is! A view of my home town taken from Lower Parliament Street up towards the Vic Centre (the tall buildings to the right). The dome is on top of the Council House in the Old Market Square.Nottingham?