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Wards End Wards End was originally known as Wood End and was the point at which timber from Charnwood Forest was unloaded. By the 16th century, Loughborough had a population of approximately 2,000 in an area which is about that of the present town centre. The boundaries of the town were Church Gate in the north-east, High Gate (now High Street) in the south-east, Wood End (now Wards End) in the south-west and the crossing of Mill Street (now Market Street) over the Woodbrook in the north-west.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
Wards End Wards End was originally known as Wood End and was the point at which timber from Charnwood Forest was unloaded. By the 16th century, Loughborough had a population of approximately 2,000 in an area which is about that of the present town centre. The boundaries of the town were Church Gate in the north-east, High Gate (now High Street) in the south-east, Wood End (now Wards End) in the south-west and the crossing of Mill Street (now Market Street) over the Woodbrook in the north-west.
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