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In , unverified German papers dating from were found, outlining new details about Operation Sea Lion , the military plans of Nazi Germany for an invasion of Britain. Two quiet Shropshire towns were mentioned in the documentation— Ludlow and Bridgnorth. Some experts believe that it was Hitler's intention to make Bridgnorth his personal headquarters in Britain, due to its central position in the UK, rural location, rail connections and now-disused airfield.
In , Bridgnorth twinned itself with the French town of Thiers , and later in it also twinned with the Bavarian town of Schrobenhausen , Germany  that had already twinned with Thiers a few years earlier. On 21 August Bridgnorth was granted Fairtrade Town status. Bridgnorth is home to a funicular railway that links the high and low towns, the Castle Hill Railway , which is the steepest  and only inland railway of its type in England.
The ruins of Bridgnorth Castle , built in , are present in the town. Due to damage caused during the English Civil War , the castle is inclined at an angle of 15 degrees. High Town is dominated by two Church of England churches. Mary Magdalene, Bridgnorth , a church built in the classic style of the late 18th century, was designed by Thomas Telford ;  and is still used for worship. Leonard's was formerly collegiate, and Bridgnorth was a Royal Peculiar until It was subsequently largely rebuilt  but is no longer used for regular worship.
It has many community uses and is in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Other notable buildings in the town are the 17th century Bridgnorth Town Hall, a half-timbered building, and a surviving town gate the Northgate which houses the museum. Daniel's Mill , a well known watermill is situated a short distance along the River Severn from Bridgnorth. There are a number of Primary Schools in Bridgnorth, including: The town has two Secondary schools: For many years there was a Bridgnorth College, however this was demolished to make way for a new housing estate in the mids.
There is a theatre, the Theatre on the Steps , and a s cinema still in use , the Majestic , originally having one screen, but now three. There is a museum, the Northgate Museum, with many artifacts connected with the town and surrounding area and is the first independent museum in Shropshire to be awarded Accreditation by the MLA.
They joined the Worcestershire Combination in and have twice reached the 5th round of the FA Vase. Also affiliated to the club is the junior section known as accordingly as "Bridgnorth Town Juniors".
The teams range from under 8s to under 16s and compete in the Telford Junior League. After folding, the club was effectively replaced by "phoenix club" A.
Bridgnorth Spartans Juniors Football Club is one of the biggest junior football clubs in Shropshire, running a number of junior and adult teams. These teams include boys' teams, ranging from Under-8s to Unders, girls' teams and women's teams. Bridgnorth Rowing Club is the oldest sporting organisation in Bridgnorth. The rowing club can trace its roots back to when it hosted a competition between Shrewsbury School and Cheltenham College.
Both of these schools still support its annual regatta to date. It currently occupies 'The Maltings' building on the edge of Severn Park, which was purchased by the club in Work to convert the malting building into the boat house as it stands today then started 10 years later in The boathouse now consists of a large ground floor area with racking spaces for singles, doubles, fours and eight man boats.
There is also a raised area and mezzanine platform that houses the indoor rowing machines ergometers and weights gym. Upstairs there are changing rooms with hot showers and a club room with a bar and a balcony overlooking the River Severn. Bridgnorth Rowing Club regularly competes in events all over the local region and further afield, including attending the annual Head of the River Race on the Thames in London.
Bridgnorth Rowing Club hosts an annual regatta itself inviting local clubs, and clubs from all over the country, to come and compete on its stretch of water.
It also hosts an annual 'fun regatta' event which is open to members of the local community and businesses to enter and compete; in which all competitors are trained up for a main day of racing. Both of these events are great spectator events for the local townspeople with racing taking part along the length of the Severn Park. In January , the Kidderminster branch of Stagecoach Theatre Arts expanded to Bridgnorth, providing the town with a part-time performing arts school for people of ages between 6 and Stagecoach Kidderminster pupils have performed in London's West End.
Bridgnorth also has one of the nation's first co-educational cheerleading teams, established in , the Bridgnorth Tigers Cheerleading Club. The BTCC hold the title of national small senior team champions for They have also gained numerous regional titles since this time. Bridgnorth today is closely related to the towns of Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury. It is a traditional market town which retains its distinct position as a lively weekend trading settlement.
Bridgnorth grew initially as a market town at the centre of a system of local radial roads linking it with more rural, smaller settlements.
Many of these roads crossed Bridgnorth at the same point on the High Street as where the town hall now stands. It is this High Street which still serves as the town's primary commercial and business district — many of the town's traditional and chain stores are located in this area, and it is typically found to be the busiest part of the town during both the week and, in particular, the weekend.
Bridgnorth is connected to Shrewsbury by the A road , to Telford by the A road and Wolverhampton via the A road. Bridgnorth has a bypass road, construction of which was started in , and which now serves to relieve the town centre of the congestion it was once plagued by. As a result of the bypass' construction, a number of industrial parks were built near the town; this occurred thanks to the development of the local infrastructure and the improvement of road transport links to the rest of the county of Shropshire , West Midlands region and ultimately UK.
Currently the closest towns with active railway stations on the National Rail network are Telford and Wolverhampton. However, Bridgnorth does still have a station on an active heritage line, the Severn Valley Railway. It closed to passengers after years of service on 8 September , and to freight traffic on 30 November Although thought by some to have been closed as part of the Beeching axe its planned closure pre-dated his report.
The neo-Jacobean station is the only listed railway station on the Severn Valley Railway. Necessitating that any future plans to enhance visitor facilities will need to be carefully designed to be in keeping with the railway station's architecture and historic character.
The line now ends just north of the modern-day station, where the line formerly bridged Hollybush Road and passed through Bridgnorth Tunnel and on to the next station on the line, Linley.
There exists an ongoing debate whether the railway should extend beyond its current limits north of Bridgnorth. The line links the lower part of High Town to the upper part. The bottom entrance is adjacent to the River Severn while the top is adjacent to the ruins of Bridgnorth Castle. Opened on 7 July to great fanfare and the proclamation of a public holiday, the line is one of four funicular railways in the UK built to the same basic design the others were the Clifton Rocks Railway in Bristol ; the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway in Devon ; and the Constitution Hill Railway in Aberystwyth , Wales.
It is one of the steepest railways in the country, and at least one source the information panel outside the top station claims it is both the steepest and shortest. It is the only functional inland funicular railway in England there are about 15 more at English seaside towns. Then in new cars were installed on the railway; able to carry 18 passengers each, these cars are still in use today.
Single tickets are not offered for purchase. The terminals at the upper and lower part of the railway are currently used as tea-rooms and guest houses. There is a great deal of good walking country around Bridgnorth, which is located close to the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding National Beauty.
Every year since a sponsored walk has been held in Bridgnorth. Notable people who received their secondary education at Bridgnorth Grammar School now renamed Bridgnorth Endowed School include Dr Thomas Beddoes , the physician and scientific writer,   Professor Peter Bullock , the Nobel Prize winning soil scientist,  Rev.