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William T Chapman, 1871-1950. Headmaster of Pershore Boys' school and chairman of Holy Cross Parish Council. He presented to the town in November 1938 the river meadows, now known as King George V playing fields. "I give this land for the Pershore men and boys to fish and play and for the women to sit and watch" (extract from the deed of gift).

Chapman Court, High Street, Pershore, United Kingdom

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This Regency building was formerly the The Royal Three Tuns Hotel visited in 1830 by Princess (later Queen) Victoria and her mother the Duchess of Kent.

Broad Street, Pershore, United Kingdom

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The Toll House

Bridge Street, Pershore, United Kingdom

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Maurice Banbury, in gratitude from his friends and patients.

Maurice Banbury Garden, off Church Street, Pershore, United Kingdom

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