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Worcestershire

(ˈwʊstəˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
n
(Placename) a county of W central England, formerly (1974–98) part of Hereford and Worcester. Administrative centre: Worcester. Pop: 549 300 (2003 est). Area: 1742 sq km (674 sq miles)

Worces•ter•shire

(ˈwʊs tərˌʃɪər, -ʃər)

n.
a former county in W central England, now part of Hereford and Worcester.
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Noun1.Worcestershire - a savory sauce of vinegar and soy sauce and spicesWorcestershire - a savory sauce of vinegar and soy sauce and spices
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Mr Williams said youths from Bark Hill had become a menace in Wribbenhall by going on drinking sessions and daubing the new play area with graffiti aimed at starting a turf war.
Around 2,200 properties in Bewdley and Wribbenhall were also affected by the power cut which lasted over an one and a half in some places.
The property, being sold as a residential property rather than a business, dates back to about 1739 during the reign of Queen Anne and was then at the heart of the town's thriving industrial area in the ancient area of Wribbenhall.
The Black Boy Hotel, Wribbenhall, Bewdley, Worcestershire (01299 402119) ZOE CHAMBERLAIN
We started a youth team this season called Causeway and Wribbenhall, which Scott played in, before Cradley stepped in to sign him.
At The Forge, on the outskirts of Bewdley at Wribbenhall is a scheme of six apartments and three bungalows on land next to a pub on the main route into the old town.
The 35-year-old, who lived in Wribbenhall, Bewdley, was travelling on the A456 between Kidderminster and Blakedown, Worcestershire, at the time.
Much of the Bewdley trade was concentrated, not in Bewdley itself, but across the river at Wribbenhall, and the little lane called Pewterers' Alley survives as testimony to its impact there.
Along with All Saints and Wribbenhall Together Group the library is holding five fun sessions on July 28.
The N Gauge model railway (named Wribbenhall Junction after the part of Bewdley in which the railway station is located) is fully automatic and has up to nine trains running simultaneously.
The following locations are served by evening bus services from Kidderminster: Habberley, Wribbenhall, Bewdley, Foley Park, Stourport and Arley Kings.
The inquest heard that the deceased had gone to the quay near Wribbenhall Church on the Severn where it was reported that another man had fallen in.