It's actually the area where Florence Nightingale became an anarchist and mother of Statistics! (Oh and nursed some nearly dead soldiers - but not in Clun itself of course. She was the original rebel without a cause, perhaps)
I spent some time in Newcastle and still have fond affection for Spital Tongues. Seaton Delaval always sounded nice but the nearest I got was Whitley Bay.
Near my home town of Crosby there is a tiny village called Lunt. It was reported recently that graffiti artists have been busy on all the road signs with the obvious amendment. Well some scousers have a reputation to maintain I suppose.
Round here in Lincolnshire there are some wonderful names. I live in a village of 9 houses named Ashby Puerorum. Aside from New York (which takes 30 seconds to drive through), down on the Fens near Bardney there is Wasp's Nest. Then another favourite is Claxby Pluckacre (who could almost be a character out of some historical novel by Walter Scott). Near Spilsby there's a road sign which says "to Mavis Enderby and Old Bolingbroke" under which some wit wrote "a son".