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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hallow

    at Broadheath in 1837 . It consisted only of a nave and was reseate d and improved in 1861 . It is now used as a schoolroom. A new church, CHRIST CHURCH , was built in 1904 . Broadheath was

    Parishes St John in Bedwardine

    boundary from its junction with the Severn , as far as Cotheridge . On the north it is bounded by Broadheath , the Tenbury road and a tributary of Laughern Brook . 2 The chief roads, those from Worcester to

    Parishes Knightwick

    The order took effect in 1908 , but since 1910 Kenswick has been part of the new ecclesiastical parish of Broadheath , formed in that year from Hallow , Wichenford , and St. John 's, Worcester . CHARITIES This parish

    Parishes Eastham

    from which the land rises abruptly to 700 ft. in the south-east and 600 ft. in the southwest, and at Broadheath it reaches 800 ft. above the ordnance datum. Near Eastham Bridge , in a meadow called Castle Tump Meadow,

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