Place:Cross Houses, Shropshire, England

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NameCross Houses
TypeVillage
Located inShropshire, England


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Cross Houses is a village in Shropshire, England, the largest village in the Parish of Berrington. It is located on the A458 road, 4 miles SE of Shrewsbury. It was once served by Berrington railway station, which despite the name was much closer to Cross Houses than to its namesake. The village has a busy Shop/Post Office/Petrol Station and also a pub "The Bell". The village also used to be home to a second pub "The Fox" which has since been converted into a single dwelling and a second house built in the former car park.

Cross Houses is also the name of a hamlet SW of Bridgnorth.

Cross Houses was the birthplace of Kevin Whitrick, the first Briton to commit suicide online.

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