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Encyclopedia > Little Stretton

Little Stretton is a small village in Shropshire, England. Shropshire (abbreviated Salop or Salops) is a county in the West Midlands of England, bordering Cheshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and the Welsh preserved counties of Powys and Clwyd. ...


It lies to the south of the town of Church Stretton and is a popular place to begin walks up the Long Mynd. Church Stretton is a town in South Shropshire, Shropshire, England. ... The Long Mynd, or Long Mountain, is a ridge of high ground in South Shropshire, running roughly SW to NE, and extending some 15 km in length, between the Stiperstones to the west, and Wenlock Edge to the east. ...


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Church Stretton | British History Online (17271 words)
To the north are All Stretton and the hamlets of Botvyle and Womerton.
The greatest increase of population was in the Edwardian period and was concentrated in Church Stretton town, always the largest settlement: the total population of the three new civil parishes grew from 1,749 in 1901 to 2,435 in 1911 and to 2,650 by 1921.
Stretton copyhold estates, though heritable, have not left notable or easily identifiable houses: standing in the principal settlements, they were liable to tenurial, as well as physical, separation from their lands and also to rebuilding.
B.co Ross StrettonÂ’s troubled year at the Royal Ballet (3162 words)
Stretton, it was pointed out, knew the MacMillan repertory and had danced in several of his ballets.
StrettonÂ’s eventual problems at the Royal Ballet were compounded by the absence of Kaiser, his friend and mentor.
Stretton was initially taken aback by the strength of critical reaction.
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