Worcestershire Kidderminster

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The starting and finishing point for one of the UK’s finest heritage railway, Severn Valley Railway

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Kidderminster town, with its varied landscape and many Victorian buildings, through which flows the River Stour and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, has plenty on offer for visitors of all ages.

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To get away from the hustle and bustle, boaters, cyclists and walkers can use the canal/towpath to access neighbouring Stourport and the River Severn.

Other attractions close by include the peaceful Bodenham Arboretum situated in a protected valley and the Elizabethan Manor House, Harvington Hall.

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A must on your visit is Kidderminster Town Hall – a beautiful Victorian building where speeches from eminent leaders such as a young Winston Churchill, Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, explorer Earnest Shackleton and women’s rights campaigner Emmeline Pankhurst have echoed off its walls.

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Featured event in Kidderminster

Frozen Afternoon Tea Party with Princesses!

Sing along with Elsa & Ana and meet the Ice Sisters too; enjoy a "Frozen" themed afternoon tea with dainty handmade sandwiches, fresh scones, cream & jam, & mini winter treats too! It's the perfect afternoon to spoil a Frozen fan!

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