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Stratford-sub-Castle in Wiltshire, England was anciently a separate village and civil parish but is now a northern suburb of the city of Salisbury. It lies  south-west of, the abandoned medieval settlement of Old Sarum and is approximately twenty one miles from Southampton.
Stratford is within the current city boundaries. Inside the modern Stratford-sub-castle there is a primary school, the church, and of course some houses. The nearest secondary school to the village is South Wilts Grammar School for Girls, situated a five-minute walk away.
The oldest building in the area is the Church of St Lawrence. Dating back to the 13th century, it was restored by Thomas Pitt in 1711 and is still used as a church today. Before his conversion to Roman Catholicism, the hymnist Edward Caswall served as its curate.
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