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You get a FREE Personal Profile and free access to Messages, Answer Messages, View Video Profiles, and more.When the workhouse opened in 1737, a Governor and Matron were appointed at a salary of 15s.4d. Other entries in the accounts included: Chaddesley Corbett had a workhouse dating from 1795 situated at the east side of its main street. Pigot's Directory of 1828-9 records that Stourport's workhouse was at Lower Mitton, with Joseph Partridge as its governor.The building, now known as Harkaway House, was substantially rebuilt in the 1960s. Kidderminster Poor Law Union was formed on 14th October 1836. Later Additions: Stourport (from 1928), Wribbenhall (from 1901).The decision means the new facility will, subject to the resolution of outstanding funding, planning, acquisition and management issues, open to the public in April, 2020.It will be built on the site of the Poundstretcher store at the foot of High Street – which will be demolished - and linked to the listed former Post Office, which has been empty for the past decade, next door.