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Market towns of the North West

Ron Freethy

Market towns of the North West

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Published by Countryside in Chorley .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Cover title: Exploring market towns.

Other titlesExploring market towns.
Statementby Ron Freethy.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20625103M
ISBN 100861572548

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Each guide includes a comprehensive selection of hotels and other accommodation options, places to visit and things to do, plus shopping centres and details of transport links. The self-described 'world famous' Market is something of an institution in the North West, priding itself on satisfying thousands of shoppers every week with its plethora of traders sprawled over.

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Shifnal is situated atop a low north-south ridge above a shallow valley carrying the Wesley Brook. It is believed to have been within the manor of Ideshale, which has an entry in Domesday Book, though it is not clear whether Shifnal was a separate area from that of Ideshale or whether these were a single district with alternate names, both of which allude to the valley location.

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Market report: Jonathan Penn from Jackson-Stops & Staff, Ipswich, says there is a good mixture of properties in this classic market town, the most popular of which are period townhouses and. The long-awaited second book in the Minnesota’s Lost Towns series is now available.

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Beaconsfield – £ million. Beaconsfield topped our list of the best market towns in England earlier this week, and this lovely five-bedroom house a short walk from the New Town and the station is the sort of thing you could expect to find.