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Guest Blog – Walking the Hills

Guest Blog – Walking the Hills

This week we have a guest blog from Sarah, otherwise known as @walking_the_hills_ Sarah takes us to the highest point in Worcestershire and tells us why she loves walking – especially on the Malvern Hills!My name is Sarah and I am often found wandering on the Malvern...

Guest Blog – Worcester Mommy

Guest Blog – Worcester Mommy

Worcester Mommy is back to tell us all about her family staycation in and around Worcestershire. Make sure you follow Worcester Mommy on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/worcestermommy  or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/worcester_mommy/ for more! Staycations are...

Mood Swings

Mood Swings

Is there anything that brings more joy than a well placed tree swing?  If you look hard enough in Worcestershire you might just find a Mood Swing in the perfect spot to sit for a bit and take in the view.Across the Worcestershire countryside there are swings...

Hidden Gems with – @Worcester_mommy

Hidden Gems with – @Worcester_mommy

This weeks ‘Sunday Read’ comes from our lovely local Mommy Blogger Laura Cartwright. Laura blogs on Mum life and loves her hometown of Worcester, so for tips on things to do with the kids in and around the County and while at home.Laura started the Worcester_Mommy...

Sunday Read – Museum of Royal Worcester

Sunday Read – Museum of Royal Worcester

Make a morning of it…  Visit the Museum of Royal Worcester and grab brunch at Goodroots Cafe   This week’s Visit Worcestershire Sunday Read comes from the Museum of Royal Worcester which we are delighted has reopened this week.  Set in the historic Severn Street...

How to #StayHomecation

How to #StayHomecation

We know all too well here at Visit Worcestershire HQ that many of you will have missed out on holidays during lockdown – or have seen plans to attend gigs, theatre or festivals cancelled/postponed.And while we can’t replace those missed experiences, the team have put...

Welcome Back – we are ‘Open’ for Business

Welcome Back – we are ‘Open’ for Business

Worcestershire is getting ready to open its door for visitors for the first time in over 100 days…and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome you back to our beautiful County. This is a ‘new normal’ for all of us and it will take time for town centres, attractions,...

Guest Blog – Hartlebury Castle

Guest Blog – Hartlebury Castle

The team from Hartlebury Castle teach us about the castle's long history  Home to the Bishop of Worcester for over 1000 years, Hartlebury Castle is brimming with history.The land surrounding what is now called Hartlebury Castle was given to Aelhun, Bishop of...

New Blogger – @Worcester_mommy

New Blogger – @Worcester_mommy

Local Mum Laura Cartwright is joining us as a guest blogger this week.Laura started the Worcester_Mommy when her eldest son started nursery and the blog brings together Laura’s love of photography, writing, cooking and getting out and about with her family. Laura...

The Haunted Shire

The Haunted Shire

Worcestershire has bags of history Here at Visit Worcestershire we thought we would share with you a few twists and tales from our most infamous haunted locations across the County.  The Commandery The Commandery is home to one of the County’s most famous ghosts, the...

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