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Dudley (i/ˈdʌdli/ DUD-lee) is a large town in the West Midlands county of England, and the administrative and financial centre of the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley. At the 2001 census (according to the Office for National Statistics), the Dudley Urban Sub-Area had a population of 194,919, with the wider metropolitan borough having an estimated population of 312,900 as of the 2011 census, making it one of the most populous districts in England, the second largest town in the United Kingdom behind Reading, and the largest UK borough without its own university.

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Dudley, New South Wales - Dudley Public School
... Dudley Public school opened in 1892 and has amongst its alumni two recipients of the Victoria Cross ... Wales, Sir Roden Cutler, himself a VC, at Dudley Public School to honour the two ex-pupils who were decorated with the Victoria Cross during the First World War Clarence Jeffries ...