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Bakehouse Lane

Stafford Street used to be called Bakehouse Lane


The first canal in Shropshire ran from Donnington Wood to Pave Lane. It was opened in 1786

Newport's Hermit

It is reputed that around 1450 a hermit lived in the little chamber in the belfry of St Nicholas Church tower

The Puleston Cross(Buttercross)

The Puleston Cross is the oldest surviving monument in Newport, erected between 1285 and 1292. Sir Roger de Pulston was High Steward in Newport and the Burgesses erected the cross in his honor.The cross was moved from it's original position to it's present site in 1663 and was then the centre of the butter market

The Royal Victoria Hotel

In October 1832

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