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Wedding Venue and Luxury Accommodation in Market Drayton, Shropshire - Old Colehurst Manor


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The first settlers of Market Drayton, Shropshire built their church around the year 950AD. The ‘dray’ in the town’s name is related to the Saxon word ‘drag’ & suggests it was known as a place where boats had to be dragged over an obstruction or carts dragged up a hill. Residents from a wide area walked to St. Mary's Church on Sundays and did bartering in the shadow of the church, leading to Drayton's identity as a market town.

Last Monday UK-based Mick Carroll was passing through the town of Market Drayton when he spotted an unusual sight - a man cruising down the canal with the help of a tiny remote-controlled tug boat.

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One soldier and his dog lead homecoming parade as Irish Guards march through their home town

Irish wolfhound Brian Boru VIII trotted ahead as the 1st Battalion - based in Tern Hill, Shropshire - paraded through the streets of nearby Market Drayton with bugles, pipes and drums playing.

A freak storm unleashes a species of blood-thirsty creatures on a small town, where a small band of citizens hole-up in a supermarket and fight for their lives. Everyone thinks of it as a harmless lightning storm. When Dave Drayton notices a strange mist on the lake, he thinks nothing of it. When he, his son, Billy Drayton, and his neighbor Brent Norton travel to the supermarket, the unthinkable happens. On their way to the market, they see the army, firefighters,

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Pascal Chimbonda: From a World Cup final to Market Drayton

Former France defender Pascal Chimbonda [third right] makes an appearance for Market Drayton

In Medieval England gingerbread was thought to have medicinal properties. One hundred years later the town of Market Drayton in Shropshire, UK became known for its gingerbread, as is proudly displayed on their town's welcome sign.