Extensive Urban Survey - The Central Marches Historic Towns Survey 1992-6

Hal Dalwood, Victoria Bryant, 2005

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Evesham and Bengeworth, Worcestershire

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Broadway Pershore Clifton Upon Teme Redditch Droitwich Stourport Bromsgrove Bewdley and Wribbenhall Kidderminster Tenbury Alvechurch Evesham and Bengeworth Upton on Severn