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Explore the great outdoors, shop until you drop and fun for the whole the family.

Walk and cycle, along the many beautiful hills, waterways and countryside routes. Shop until you drop in a wide choice of independent and chain stores. Dive into our history by visiting one of the museums.

Fun for all the family with stunning views on the Severn Valley Railway, visit the Safari Park or explore one of the many country parks and gardens.

Enjoy a trip to the theatre, devour local delights in a restaurants and cafes or marvel at the skill of local craftsmen in a local crafts centre. Show your support for rugby, basketball, motor sports and cricket. Relax watching boat races and horse racing or spend your time with golf, fishing, swimming, climbing or horse riding.

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  • Kidderminster

    Once a thriving carpet factory, the Stour Vale Mill is now home to the Museum of Carpet. As a centre of heritage, art and industry the Museum of Carpet has four galleries that celebrate the history of carpet design, the evolution of carpet manufacture and the heritage of those who worked in local industry.
  • Evesham

    A 14th Century building, once part of the medieval Abbey complex, now home to a unique and eclectic collection that tells the story of the area from the prehistoric to the present day.
  • Bewdley

    West Midland Safari Park has a great line up of fantastic family entertainment for the summer season this year.
  • Worcester

    A beautiful 30 acre garden for all tastes and ages offering one of the largest private collections of plants outside the major botanical gardens. Enjoy glorious gardens, a deer park and wonderful Tea Room serving lunches and afternoon teas.
  • Worcester

    A beautiful 30 acre garden for all tastes and ages offering one of the largest private collections of plants outside the major botanical gardens. Enjoy glorious gardens, a deer park and wonderful Tea Room serving lunches and afternoon teas.
  • 18th Century Palladian Mansion | Opulent State Rooms | Wedding and Events Venue
    Hagley Hall is an exclusive, beautiful as well as intimate choice for your wedding venue, party or corporate function. Rich in heritage and architectural features our 18th century Palladian Mansion is open to the public between Monday 6th January to Thursday 5th March (inclusive).
  • 2 miles to M5 motorway | Plenty of free parking | 3 course Sunday lunch served weekly
    Our Head Chef and his talented team have a real passion for using locally sourced produce and have a reputation for providing excellent home cooked food. Our bar area is open to all and offers a varied selection of real ales and barista style coffees.
  • Worcester

    Encounter the past brought to life in a beautiful Grade I listed building with an 800 year history. The Commandery is most famous for being the Royalist Headquarters during the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
  • Traditional cottage garden | Free musical concerts | Dog Friendly
    The birthplace of Sir Edward Elgar is most definitely home to ‘Land of Hope and Glory’. Set in sight of his beloved Malvern Hills, this small family home in the village of Lower Broadheath is the perfect environment for nurturing a creative genius.
  • Bromsgrove

    Beautiful 200 year old barns converted into 12 craft studio workshops, plant shop, daytime farmhouse restaurant, craft gallery and gift shop. Superb landscape gardens with stunning views of the Malverns.
  • Evesham

    Educational & Fun Day Out! | Lots of Indoor & Outdoor Activities! | Amazing Animals and Lifesize Dinosaurs!
    A fantastic year-round family attraction, comprising of plenty of activities and animals both indoor and outdoor, to keep all ages entertained whatever the weather!
  • Evesham

    Enjoy the views as you travel through the old apple orchards on a narrow gauge steam train at Evesham Country Park.
  • Upton upon Severn

    Walnut equestrian and pony club centre. Riding lessons for all ages and abilities including top dressage instruction. Full livery available, Charles Britton 20m x 40m arena.
  • Droitwich

    The Droitwich Canals have been reborn from a derelict channel to become a thriving boating route and a peaceful retreat for the local community.
  • Droitwich

    The Droitwich Canals have been reborn from a derelict channel to become a thriving boating route and a peaceful retreat for the local community.

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#FoodieFriday – Its Plum Season

Worcestershire is famous for its produce and one of the Counties key exports is the Plum! Normally celebrated during August, the town of Pershore celebrates the prestigious purple fruit with a month of events and celebrations. Sadly, this year, the festival has been...

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