Some articles on shepton mallet rural, shepton mallet:
... Name Status Population Former local authority Coordinates Refs Ashwick Civil parish 1,291 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N 2°31′W / 51.23°N 2.52°W / 51.23 ...
... Shepton Mallet (Charlton Road) was a station on the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway in the county of Somerset in England ... Opened as Shepton Mallet on 20 July 1874, it was renamed to avoid confusion with the nearby GWR station in 1883 ...
... back onto their walls and across the corner pinnacles diagonal to the tower plan (Shepton Mallet, about 1423 Cranmore, about 1440 Mells, 1446 Bruton, about 1456 and Leigh-on. 1423 Shepton Mallet 51°11′28″N 2°32′45″W / 51.191°N 2.5457°W / 51.191 -2.5457 (Church of St Peter and St Paul, Shepton Mallet) Dates from the 12th century but the current building is ...
... HMP Shepton Mallet, sometimes known as Cornhill, is a former prison located in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England ... Before closure Shepton Mallet was a Category C Lifer Prison holding 189 prisoners ...
... Former local authority Coordinates Refs Ashwick Civil parish 1,291 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N 2°31′W / 51.23°N 2.52°W / 51.23 -2.52 (Ashwick ...
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Courts are but only superficial schools
To dandle fools:
The rural parts are turned into a den
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