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Newport is a market town in the borough of Telford and Wrekin and ceremonial county of Shropshire, England.
It lies some 6 miles (10 kilometres) north of Telford and some 12 mi (19 km) west of Stafford, and is near the Shropshire/Staffordshire border.
At the time of the Norman Conquest, the land where Newport sits formed part of the manor of Edgmond, which William I gave as a gift along with the county of Shropshire to Roger, Earl of Shrewsbury.
Henry I founded the borough, first called Newborough, after the manor came into his hands from Robert de Belesme.
The Normans planned a new town called Novus Burgus between the older settlements of Edgmond and Plesc, near the Old Quarry and Mere Park garden centre.
The first market charter was granted by Henry I, and over time the name changed from Novus Burgus, to Nova Porta, to Newborough and finally to Newport in about 1220.
The burgesses received certain privileges from Henry I; Henry II, in an undated charter, granted them all the liberties, rights and customs that they had enjoyed in the time of Henry I, including a guild merchant, which is mentioned in the quo warranto rolls as one of the privileges claimed by the burgesses.
Nothing is known about the occupants of the moated site.
With Gold Awards in the Heart of England in Bloom Competition from 2005 – 2017 our award winning annual floral extravaganza brings a diverse range of floral beauty wrapping Oswestry in a swath of rich and vibrant colours.
With regular, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday indoor markets, and a monthly Artisan market on the last Friday of every month, there are an abundance of bargains to be had. The Rotary Club of Oswestry and The Rotary Club of Oswestry Borderland are working together with Oswestry Town Council and EVAStore Document Management to provide a charity fundraising event to support youth organisations and projects in Oswestry.
With the Oswestry archives containing records dating back to 1324 and a wealth of historic buildings and locations including the Guildhall, Castle Bank and the Visitor Centre, Oswestry is a town steeped in history and tradition.
From our annual food festival promoting the very best in local produce, to our youth music festival showcasing the best in local musical talent, Oswestry has a vibrant festival scene finished off each year with our highly popular Christmas Live festival.
The site was chosen partly because of its location near the Via Devana (Roman Road, which ran from Colchester to Chester), and partly because of the number of fisheries (which are mentioned in the Domesday Survey).