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This Wetherspoon pub is named after the ancient unit of government, which covered much of what is now Milton Keynes. Secklow Mound, behind the city library, was the meeting place for the Hundred.
The names used in central Milton Keynes are also associated with the ancient Secklow Hundred, in which the new town is situated. Secklow Gate bisects Midsummer Boulevard, which is the reputed meeting place of the Secklow Hundred in Saxon and Norman times. Those far-off days are further recalled by Saxon Gate and Witan Gate, both close to this site. The Witan, or Witenagemot, was a Saxon parliament. Its name derives from the Old English for 'wise man'. The Anglo-Saxon Moot was the monthly meeting of the men from the Secklow Hundred, which took place on Secklow Mound.
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