- Little London, Shropshire
Little London, Shropshire is a hamlet comprising farm buildings and cottages, approximately two miles south-west of
It borders with Arley, Worcestershire and its partial woodland forms the outskirts of the
Wyre Forest. Little London sits on an unclassified road which forms part of the access route to Alveley Country Park.
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