Talk:Lutterworth

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Newspaper[edit]

The link to the local newspaper is not spam. Local newspapers are a significant part of life in any community and inform people of current and past events in the town. They are an important part of town life and the history and the links should remain in place. This is a free newspaper that is distributed so it can not be classified as advertising.

--Spunko (talk) 16:23, 31 March 2008 (UTC)

Market[edit]

Exactly how many stalls? 235,000? Now that's a market I MUST see (if I live long enough to walk round it!) Can somebody please insert a more accurate figure.

Wycliffe[edit]

How about a section on John Wycliffe's time in Lutterworth? He was there for a time towards the end of his life after translating the first English Bible I think. Surely one of the most famous people associated with Lutterworth - not least as the school's named after him??

It mentions him in the history section. G-Man * 18:38, 11 April 2007 (UTC)