MORDA is a close knit community on the borders of Oswestry.

Famed for the iconic Sweeney Hall and once the home of a workhouse, the village is now among the most desired places to live along Shropshire and the borders.

The Tizer shares some pictures of the past. Recognise any familiar faces? Tag them and let them know.

Border Counties Advertizer: Morda United Football Club August 1983.

Morda United Football Club in 1983.

Border Counties Advertizer: Reception pupils from Morda Primary School sampled Chinese food, recieved good luck gifts, listened to music and wrote their names in Chinese characters, from left - Jay Hunt, Connor Beardmore, Curtis Weetman, Grace Cookson, who came in to write the

Reception pupils from Morda Primary School sampled Chinese food in 2005.

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Morda School pupils in 1972.

Border Counties Advertizer: YRs 1 and 2 reception pupils from Morda Primary School learnt all about recycling with the help of Lynn Strachan, Waste Liason Officer with Oswestry Borough Council. HD091104

Reception pupils from Morda Primary School learnt all about recycling in 2004.