Caption for Shrawley, The Monastery C1960:
Shrawley is a very ancient settlement, its woodlands sloping down to the River Severn. Not far away was once a
Norman castle, strategically placed to guard the river valley; it was occupied until the downfall of Warwick the
Kingmaker, who owned it in the 15th century. The ruins can still be visited.
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