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Market Drayton is a small market town in north Shropshire, England, close to the Welsh Border. It is on the River Tern, between Shrewsbury and Stoke-on-Trent.
The great fire of Drayton destroyed almost 70% of the town in 1651. It was started at a bakery, and quickly spread through the timber buildings. The Buttercross in the centre of the town still has a bell at the top for people to ring if there was ever another fire.
Market Drayton has always been a hotbed for musical ‘talent’ producing a number of bands who have progressed on to achieve regional acclaim. In the early 1980s the town boasted the ‘best’ School Rock Band in the country, TSB National School Band winners, Monovision. At the same time the local youth club were represented by the Platinum Needles in the NAYC Opportunity Rocks competition final.
Currently, Arriva provides a local bus service to Shrewsbury, Newcastle-under-Lyme and Hanley (Services 64 & 164). As from 7 September 2012 Bennetts Travel Cranberry Ltd run an evening service 164 to Hanley on Fridays and Saturdays with a day service to Newcastle under Lyme on Sunday. Arriva provide services 341/342 to Wellington from Monday to Saturday.
Shropshire council also run a number of bus services under the ‘ShropshireLink’ brand in addition to the 301 & 302 Market Drayton Town Services.
Market Drayton had a railway station which opened in 1870 and closed during the Beeching cuts in 1963. The station was located on the Nantwitch to Wellington line of the Great Western Railway network and was also the terminus of the Newcastle under Lyme line of the North Staffordshire Railway network.