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The original Donnington village was to the north east of the current centre of Donnington. The current centre of Donnington is actually the centre of New Donnington, a house development that began in the late 1930s to provide housing for the workers who would work at the then new Donnington British Army Ordnance Depot. The farm land for the New Donnington housing estate was purchased by the War Office, later part of the MOD.
Donnington was not part of the new town of Telford but part of the already outdated Wellington Rural District which had built many council houses from the 1920s onwards.
Donnington is home to a small amateur dramatics company “The Little Theatre” and each year Donnington football playing fields play host to a popular free Guy Fawkes fair and bonfire night.
MOD Donnington is a military base of the British Army located immediately to the north of Donnington. It was once one of the largest military stores in Europe but since the end of the Cold War it has declined in both importance and size.
Old Donnington was the location of a coal wharf linked by rail to the Granville Colliery, Shropshire’s last deep coal mine. This industrial heritage links the original Donnington village to the Industrial Revolution that Telford proudly asserts began with the first large scale smelting of iron using coke in the Coalbrookdale area of Telford.