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- Worcester Writers' Circle and its members publish the Worcestershire History Encyclopaedia in good faith, but it would be impractical to check the accuracy of information contained therein. As with all historical work, you should go back to original primary sources for authoritative data, rather than rely on this interpreted secondary source.
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- Many photographs come from the archives of individuals or societies who do not know who owns the copyright or even who took the pictures. If we have used pictures or any items of which you know the origins, please let us know.
- Any material can be withdrawn by its author or copyright holder, as long as any fees are returned. It will be removed from the site as soon as possible.
Can you create more words or pictures for WHE? You don't have to be an expert. Borrow a book from the library to get the basics of the subject you want to write about, but write it in your own words and add a little something to make it your own. 100-300 words would be enough: this short piece is more than 100. You can always add more later! Any photo you took or has been in your family for years is a possibility. Is there something distinctively local about it? - not necessarily the place, but perhaps the people, what they are wearing or doing. Send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by post to Worcester Writers' Circle c/o Worcester Library, Foregate Street, Worcester WR1 1DT.
Worcestershire History Encyclopaedia