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  • The control of the Forester family of the nearby constituency of Much Wenlock obsessed his eye.

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  • An alternative route is from Shrewsbury to Much Wenlock, where there are the ruins of a fine Abbey.

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  • Wenlock is named after Much Wenlock, a village in Shropshire which held an event in the

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  • Wenlock is named after Much Wenlock, a village in Shropshire which held an event in the 19th century which inspired the modern Games.

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  • The garden is meant not only to showcase one of the UK's favourite pastimes, but will specifically commemorate the Olympian Games held in Much Wenlock in 1850.

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  • During the work, set to be completed on May 20, the road will be closed overnight for eight nights in March, when traffic will be diverted through Much Wenlock.

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  • The 65-year-old actress, who lives in Much Wenlock, became a living room favourite starring in the Midlands-based soap opera Crossroads.

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  • You could fit the entire population of Ellesmere, Church Stretton, Dawley, Broseley or Much Wenlock on board Independence of the Seas and still leave space to invite a few friends and relatives along for the ride.

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  • Michael James Hughes, of Falcons Court, Much Wenlock, handed himself in to police after the Shropshire Star published images of him driving between Shrewsbury and Telford in January.

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  • Ludlow MP Philip Dunne, who has campaigned for the Shropshire town's role to be celebrated at the Olympics, said: "I am delighted that the role of Much Wenlock and Dr Penny Brookes is to be recognised on the London 2012 site."

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  • Morris dancer Wordie/Wordniks, reveal yourselves!

    March 13, 2011

  • Much Wenlock is a Shropshire town and namesake of a centuries-old "border" Morris Dance that lives on today - the border being Shropshire's border with Wales.

    March 13, 2011