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Places to Visit

Worcester Cathedral

Woodhall Spa


One of England's loveliest cathedrals, with Royal Tombs, Medieval cloisters, an ancient crypt and Chapter House and magnificent Victorian stained glass.

The present Cathedral building was begun in 1084. It is dedicated to Christ and the blessed Virgin Mary. Its attractions include King John's tomb, Prince Arthur's chantry, the early 12th Century Chapter House and St. Wulfstan's crypt.


Bewdley Riverside

Kinema in the Woods


Bewdley has been an important river crossing for centuries, the first Bridge was constructed in 1447 and the iconic arched stone bridge built by Thomas Telford in 1798 which still spans the river today, is testament to its industrial heritage



Broadway Village

Gunby Hall

Gateway to the Cotswolds and one of the most beautiful villages in England, the houses of honey coloured Cotswold stone have lured visitors for centuries. Its unique geographical location makes Broadway the ideal base from which to tour the Vale of Evesham and the Cotswolds. Where else could you enjoy the peace and tranquility of village life and still have access to so many places of interest, including Broadway Tower, the Norman style battlemented folly built in the 18th Century, and standing at 1,024ft it is the second highest point in Worcestershire.



Tattershall CastleEvesham is a picturesque, riverside historic market town situated in the centre of the famous horticultural Vale of Evesham - the fruit and vegetable basket of England.

From the tranquil banks of the river Avon to the undulating hills and peaceful wooded slopes of the Cotswolds, the Vale offers some of the prettiest countryside in the United Kingdom.

The region has and continues to be well known for its fruit and vegetable growing (especially asparagus) since medieval times, which can be enjoyed seasonally throughout the year and purchased from any of the numerous roadside farm shops located around the Vale of Evesham.

In spring there are dazzling displays of blossom from the many acres of plum and apple trees giving great swathes of colour. The 40 miles AA signposted Blossom Trail ensures that visitors can enjoy the swathes of colour from mid March to mid May.



Upton upon Severn is a lively little town that owes its existence to the River Severn. There are numerous pubs and hotels, many along the river, which provide a variety of fine ales and good food. In the 19th Century these used to serve the men who worked on the boats carrying goods to and from the port of Bristol. In Church Street you will find the Heritage Centre, known locally as the Pepperpot due to its copper cupola on top of a tower which is all that is left of a church dating back to the 13thCentury.