Walpole is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts with a population of about 24,000 people. The town is rich in history and is named after Sir Robert Walpole, the first prime minister of Great Britain.
The small town runs seven public schools which contain a dedicated school committee of seven members. The residents of Walpole enjoy the numerous parks and athletic fields at their disposal. These recreational area are most active in the spring and summer with little leagues and other forms of organized team sports. Walpole has an organization, the Trustees of Reservations, which own and maintain the Francis William Bird Park.
Walpole is conveniently located 13 miles south of Boston and 23.5 miles north of Rhode Island's capital, Providence. The town's proximity to these two locations makes it an ideal place to live.
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