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The Severn Valley splits it into a High Town and Low Town, the upper town on the right bank and the lower on the left bank of the River Severn. After the Norman conquest, William I granted the manor of Bridgnorth to Roger de Montgomerie.
Due to damage caused during the English Civil War, the castle is inclined at an angle of 15 degrees.
Bishop Percy's House on the Cartway was built in 1580 by Richard Forster and has been a Grade 1 listed building since 18 July 1949.
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King John in 1215 granted them freedom from toll throughout England except the city of London, and in 1227 Henry III conferred several new rights and liberties, among which were a gild merchant with a hanse.
Two quiet Shropshire towns were mentioned in the documentation—Ludlow and Bridgnorth.
Some experts believe that it was Hitler's intention to make Bridgnorth his personal headquarters in Britain, due to its central position in the UK, rural location, rail connections and now-disused airfield.
Leonard and three following days was granted in 1359, and in 1630, Charles I granted them licence to hold another fair on the Thursday before the first week in Lent and two following days.
The burgesses returned two members to parliament in 1295, and continued to do so until 1867, when they were assigned only one member. More than 255 men from the Bridgnorth area volunteered in the first months of the First World War.