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All these tiny hamlets and urban suburbs are perhaps only notable for Midsomer Murders or 1960s extensions of towns...
The editor who decided to pen articles for each hamlet in the county has not come across WP:UKCITIES.
Really could we not do as others do and combine hamlets under a Localities heading of the main parish? That is after all how most are found: it provides a ready-made commune in the European model for how communities (supposedly, and commonly) operate with say a football team or an arts society for the whole parish, and many other features in common usually based on the civil parish council. While this multi-article mania is indicative of growing compartmentalisation of every community, I do not support departing from the guidance, even if quite justifiably you can purport a rural neighbourhood as having more to it "visually at least" than every urban neighbourhood. The underlying reason behind this guidance seems to be WP:Notability and What Wikipedia is not This comment is replicated on WP:BUCKS so please add your thoughts there. -Adam37 (talk) 19:19, 8 June 2013 (UTC)