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Can anybody provide evidence that there is a row of houses in Bridge Street that is the earliest in Britain built entirely of brick? (Which is what the page currently states.) It seems a large claim, and if it's true, I'm surprised that I can't find any other reference to such a fact. Bivalve 17:59, 19 February 2007 (UTC)
Well, no one has said anything on the subject of the brick-built street. And none of my checking has come up with anything to support the idea. So I'm deleting this unsourced assertion. Bivalve 16:19, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
This article's tone is just a fraction too familiar for the encyclopedia, and a couple of descriptions may need slightly neutralising. This is in no way intended as a criticism, and should be regarded as flagging of areas that need attention. Worcestershire Wikipedians may be able to help improve this article.--Kudpung (talk) 16:02, 22 June 2009 (UTC)
Not worthy of mention in the article, but perhaps of interest to a passing researcher, might be an auction, by Messrs Christie, Manson & Woods, on 11 December 1903, “The Property of Charles Whitacker, Esq., of Caldewell, Pershore.”, my interest having been the “Port (Laid down in Owner’s Cellar at time of bottling.)” (My picture #20717.) JDAWiseman (talk) 11:00, 11 February 2017 (UTC)