Woolstone

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Campbell Park - Civil Parish
... The parish includes the Fishermead, Oldbrook, Springfield, Winter Hill and The Woolstones grid-squares ... The parish was originally known as Woolstone-cum-Willen and was formed on 1 April 1934 as a merger of Great Woolstone, Little Woolstone and Willen ...
Gotherington - Churches - Anglican (Church of England)
... The overall benefice of Bishop's Cleeve and Woolstone with Gotherington and Oxenton is made up of two ecclesiastical parishes - Bishop's Cleeve, and ... The parish of Woolstone with Gotherington and Oxenton encompasses the tiny villages of Woolstone and Oxenton as well as Gotherington ... There are two church buildings - St Martin de Tours at Woolstone, and St John the Baptist at Oxenton - but there is no Anglican church building in Gotherington even though most of the ...
Woolstone, Milton Keynes - People
... Dorothy Wyndlow Pattison ("Sister Dora"), after whom the main road through Woolstone, Pattison Lane, is named. ...
History Of Milton Keynes - Norman Conquest and The Medieval Period
... Waletone (Walton), Wluerintone (Wolverton) and Wlsiestone (Woolstone) ... of), Simpson, Stantonbury, Stoke Hammond, Stony Stratford, Water Eaton, Willen, Great and Little Woolstone, Wolverton, and Woughton on the Green were in Secklow ... There are sites of other manor houses in Great Woolstone, Milton Keynes village and Woughton on the Green ...
List Of United Kingdom Locations: Woof-Wy - Woof-Wool
... Woolston Shropshire 52°48′N 3°01′W / 52.80°N 03.01°W / 52.80 -03.01 SJ3224 Woolstone Gloucestershire 51°58′N 2°03′W / 51.96°N 02.05°W / 51.96 -02.05 SO9630 Woolstone ...