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Bishops Wood

Bishops Wood
Bishops Wood is located in Staffordshire
Bishops Wood
Bishops Wood
 Bishops Wood shown within Staffordshire
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District South Staffordshire
Shire county Staffordshire
Region West Midlands
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Stafford
Postcode district ST19
Police Staffordshire
Fire Staffordshire
Ambulance West Midlands
EU Parliament West Midlands
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Staffordshire

Bishop's Wood, Bishops Wood, or Bishopswood (grid reference ) is a small village on the Staffordshire border with Shropshire. It is home to the Royal Oak public house, the first to be named after the nearby oak tree at Boscobel House in which King Charles II hid after the Battle of Worcester.

The village, in the parish of Brewood, may derive its name from the country residence of the early Bishops of Lichfield: Boscobel House. The King Charles II Royal Oak tree, White Ladies Priory, Blackladies (another former priory, now a private residence) and Weston Park are all within easy walking distance.

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