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The formatting on the electoral wards is slightly confusing here. And Urpeth (normally known as Urpeth Grange) and Grange Villa are quite far apart - I'd be suprised if they are in the same electoral ward.
--Peternkirk111 14:40, 17 March 2006 (UTC)
Reverted name change?
- I can't find such a convention at WP:NAME or Wikipedia:Naming conventions (places)
- articles for several UK districts and boroughs do not have parentheses
- WP:DAB says If there is a choice between using a short phrase and word with context, there is no hard rule about which is preferred
- unnecessary parentheses look ugly, and
needattract piped links in prose.
- Hello. Check out Category:Shire districts. We used the simple name e.g. Spelthorne where that is available. If that is not available we have used the name with "(borough)" or "(district)" at the end. MRSC • Talk 06:52, 19 May 2008 (UTC)
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