There are a range of variables that will determine which heating system is best for your home, such as the level of insulation and size of rooms. However, electric heating is suitable for many homes. Electric boilers are very compact and do not need a flue. Underfloor heating is effective at heating rooms of any size.
Much Wenlock is a town as well as parish in Shropshire, England, located on the A458 road between Shrewsbury and also Bridgnorth. Nearby, to the northeast, is the Ironbridge Gorge, as well as the brand-new community of Telford. The civil parish consists of the villages of Homer (1 mile north of the town), Wyke (2 miles northeast), Atterley (2 miles southeast) and Bourton (3 miles southwest). The population of the civil parish, according to the 2001 census, was 2,605, enhancing to 2,877 at the 2011 Census. Much Wenlock was traditionally the primary town of the ancient district of Wenlock. The "Much" was included in the name to distinguish it from the nearby Little Wenlock, as well as symbolizes that it is the larger of the two settlements. Significant historical destinations in the town are Wenlock Priory and the Guildhall. The name Wenlock possibly originates from the Celtic name Wininicas, indicating "white location" (in reference to the limestone of Wenlock Edge), plus the Old English loca, indicating "confined area". The town was recorded in the Domesday Book as Wenloch. The Wenlock Olympian Games established by Dr William Penny Brookes in 1850 are centred in the community. Dr Brookes is credited as a founding father of the contemporary Olympic Games, and also among the London 2012 Summer Olympics mascots; called Wenlock after the town.