Albrighton is a very pretty name for a village. Actually there are two Albrightons in Shropshire - the meanings for which originally differed. One was Aethelbeorht's farmstead (this village), and the other was Eadbeorht's farmstead. Over the centuries the names evolved to become the same.
I lived in Codsall Wood between 1944 and 1952. I attended Albrighton Infants School between 1950 and 1952, I still have my school cap, the only names I can remember was the dinner lady a Mrs Orange and 2 other pupils Darryl Massey and George Carrington, I remember we used to go on nature walks and play soccer across the road, I seem to recall there was a factory with a soccer field attached and occupied by cows ...see more
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