Marton is a small village in Shropshire, England.
There are two public houses in the Marton area: the Lowfield Inn (outside the village towards Shrewsbury) and the Sun Inn (within the village). Opposite the Sun Inn is a convenience store. There is an Anglican church dedicated to St Mark and also nonconformist chapel built in 1829 as 'Independent' (later known as Congregationalist). By the chapel is the village hall.
Notable clergyman Thomas Bray was born in Marton.
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