Wombourne lies in SW Staffordshire on the borders between three counties, Shropshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands. Once a small agricultural village, with a long history meriting an entry in Domesday Book, it is now reputed to be ‘the biggest village in England’. Much of the parish today is covered with buildings but it retains its rural roots both in the charming centre of the village, complete with cricket ground, cottages and churches, as well commemorating them in many of the street names on the housing developments further away.
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Margaret King (26th November 2018)