There was a POW camp in this village. The site is now occupied by the Scout Hut etc. It originally held Italians who worked on farms in the Teme Valley. However from about 1943/44 most of them accepted cooperator status and were moved to a hostel in Tenbury Wells and they were replaced in the camp by Germans who also worked on the farms. I assume that it was a satellite camp for a larger one. Does anyone know what this would have been and what was the official designation for the camp at Clifton upon Teme? A couple of the Germans married local girls after the war and settled in the neighbourhood but they are gone now. A violin made by an occupant of the camp was recently auctioned in Ludlow.