Category:Needham Market

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English: Needham Market is a town in Suffolk, England. It initially grew around the wool combing industry, until the onset of the plague, which swept the town from 1663 to 1665. To prevent the spread of the disease, the town was chained at either end, which succeeded in its task but at the cost of two-thirds of the populace. The town didn't recover for nearly two hundred years, with the canalisation of the River Gipping in the late-18th Century and the introduction of the railway. Modern Needham Market contains two road names that are linked to the plague. Chainhouse Road, named after the chains that ran across the East end of the town. The Causeway, is a modern variation of 'the corpseway' so called because of the route that plague victims were transported out of town, to neighbouring Barking church for interment.
Français : Needham Market est une localité du Suffolk en Angleterre, qui comptait habitants lors du recensement de 2001.
Italiano: Needham Market è un paese di 4.574 abitanti della contea del Suffolk, in Inghilterra.
Nederlands: Needham Market is een plaats in het bestuurlijke gebied Mid Suffolk, in het Engelse graafschap Suffolk. De plaats telt 4.574 inwoners.
Norsk bokmål: Needham Market er en by i Suffolk, England. Den vokste opp rundt ullindustrien i middelalderen. Fra 1663 til 1665 ble den rammet av flere pestepidemier, som førte til at den ble avskåret fra omverdenen, og det tok lang tid før den kom seg igjen.
Română: Needham Market este un oraş în comitatul Suffolk, regiunea East, Anglia, străbătut pe râul Dove. Oraşul se află în districtul Mid Suffolk a cărui reşedinţă este.


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