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The modern postal system was born when Rowland Hill introduced his famous Penny Black postage stamp, in 1840.
Posting a letter was made much easier after the introduction of the Penny Black, the world's first pre-paid postage stamp. This was the beginning of Rowland Hill's postal reforms, which established the modern postal service. Today, a larger-than-life statue of Kidderminster's most famous son stands outside the town hall, a short walk from this pub. He is also recalled by the Rowland Hill Shopping Centre.
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