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62 children were sent to Ware after the Great Fire of London.In 1683, the Rye House Plot involved assassinating Charles II after he passed through Ware. England's first turnpike (toll) road ran from Wadesmill to Ware. In 1756 during the Seven Years' War, £350 was paid to the inns and public houses of Ware for the troops staying with them.It is in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, but from April 2012 until April 2013 it was loaned to the museum in Ware.The bed is 10'9" square and 7'6" high and has reputedly accommodated 12 London butchers and their wives. Ware was also the unintended destination of John Gilpin in William Cowper's comic poem.At the north end of the bypass is the Wodson Park Sports and Leisure Centre and Hanbury Manor, a hotel and country club.The former route of the A10 through the town is now the A1170.
Ware used to have many coaching inns and passageways between some shops lead to their stables.Ware is a town of around 18,800 people in Hertfordshire, England close to the county town of Hertford.It is also a civil parish in East Hertfordshire district. The town lies on the north-south A10 road which is partly shared with the east-west A414 (for Hertford to the west and Harlow to the east).There is a large viaduct over the River Lea at Kings Meads.
The £3.6m two-mile bypass opened on 17 January 1979.As an old brewing town (and some of the old maltings still stand, although none are functional), barley was transported in, and beer out via the river.