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Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/336013 · Shropshire Archives

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/336010 · Shropshire Archives
B. Sankey of Wellington

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/336011 · Shropshire Archives
An aerial view of Sankey's Hadley Castle Works

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/336009 · Shropshire Archives
first sale being in 1852. These auctions of cattle, horses, sheep and pigs have played a large part in the town's economy and continue to do so, although with the opening of a new Shrewsbury Smithfield, their importance has declined. All local sugar beet

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/336006 · Shropshire Archives
The Economic Standing of Wellington Today Wellington is foremost the market town for a considerable area of the surrounding districts and it depends for much of its livelihood upon being so. The chief industries in the town are a brewery, toy factories, t

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/336007 · Shropshire Archives
important of these is probably Allied Ironfounders Ltd. who manufacture 'Aga' cookers and 'Agamatic' boilers. The firm is responsible for every stage from the first moulding to the final assembly. The firm of James Clay Ltd. are important manufacturers of

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/336008 · Shropshire Archives
work to cars and agricultural machinery. Other industries in this district are Russell's Ltd. who make rubber matting of all kinds, Castos Ltd. who produce the 'Oakworth' greenhouse and Monax Enamels ltd. The firm of S. Corbett and Son, Wellington are pro