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The bloke oozes natural talent, blast him. I like made up adjectives, it means you can take the English language and expand it to please yourself -
About Much Wenlock...
"You can have your Shaftesburys and Burfords, your Ledburys and Chipping Sodburys. For me, this small, half-timbered, red-brick, lobelia-hung, narrow-streeted, alleywayed, book-and-tea-shopped town, with its Elizabethan guildhall, is the supreme delight of urban-pastoral Britain. "

(I particularly like that, as it's about time Shropshire kicked the West Country in the goollies).

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21st September 2005ce

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