Talk:Borough of Waverley
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A "Wealden" Borough?
I am not sure that that epithet is correct - the Weald proper lies to the south, yes, but I doubt if too much of this borough is actually within the Weald. I think most of it lies on the Lower Greensand vale - called the Vale of Homesdale in Kent Peter Shearan (talk) 15:39, 3 March 2008 (UTC)
should be Waverly_(borough) title instead?
Man turns into castle!
"...when one such Bishop, Henry of Winchester and of Blois established Farnham Castle as the See's episcopal home but which is today the borough's main surviving castle and a museum to the period."
This is one of many examples in articles about this part of Surrey in which sentences have been untidily cobbled together. The ideas would make more sense had they been expressed separately.
"...when one such Bishop, Henry of Winchester and of Blois, established Farnham Castle as the See's episcopal home. Today Farnham Castle is the borough's main surviving medieval edifice and acts as a museum for the period." --Oldontarian (talk) 18:32, 11 May 2016 (UTC)