When Exploring Worcestershire, why not plan a trip to one of our world class sporting attractions?
Shelsley Walsh is the oldest motor-sport venue in the world to still run events, and as one of Britain’s oldest racecourses, Worcester Racecourse has been hosting racing since 1718.
Or why not visit, Worcestershire County Cricket Club or the Worcester Warriors who currently compete against the best players in rugby union in the Aviva Premiership. Worcester also boasts the Worcester Wolves basketball club play in the British Basketball League (BBL).
As well as watching sports, there are a huge variety of ways to get involved from golf courses and fisheries, as well as activity centres for water-sports, rock-climbing, leisure centres, swimming pools, gymnasiums, tennis courts and sports clubs. As well as a host of walking or cycling routes…Worcestershire is a great place to be active.
A visit to Sixways stadium is one to remember, from the pre game food to the atmosphere of the live game. The Warriors is a welcoming place for all sports fans and their families. Why not check out their next fixtures here:
If you are looking for something a bit different which is still high octane, family fun – why not try the Grimley Raceway –Worcestershire’s Short Oval Racing Circuit. It was first established in 1962 when it was built in Grimley sand and gravel pits. It started its life as a gravel, post and wire track. It now boasts a tarmac and armco short oval circuit, and it still provides high quality stock car and banger. For more information visit:
Worcestershire County Cricket Club
The New Road Stadium overlooking Worcester’s iconic Cathedral is the most picturesque stadium in the Country – hands down. But more then the views, the ground holds high class cricket. From four day County Games to high octane 20:20 cricket matches – great fun for families and groups. For fixtures and tickets, visit:
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DroitwichSuperb quality pay and play golf course open to all and renowned for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Redditch18 hole private golf course, in some of the best countryside in Worcestershire. Challenging to even accomplished golfers. bar and Restaurant.
Tenbury WellsA nine hole pay and play course iset in rural countryside with shop & hire equipment.
BewdleyWharton Park Golf & Country Club is a quality venue situated on the edge of the historic, riverside town of Bewdley, surrounded by the undulating Wyre Forest and Worcestershire countryside.
Upton upon SevernWe have sailing, canoeing and windsurfing tuition, by qualified instructors on our own lake. We have day tickets for spectators and a picnic area.
WorcesterCommonly described as the most beautiful sporting venue in England, Worcestershire County Cricket Club has something to offer everyone.
BromsgroveA venue for all occasions, including 18-hole golf course, driving range, conference/function rooms & fully licensed bar & restaurant.
KidderminsterPrivate members golf club where a friendly welcome is guaranteed to all who wish to play golf.
MalvernMalvern College is a co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 13-18. Malvern is set in a beautiful 250-acre campus in the heart of England.
WorcesterA 'highly commended' facility with outdoor athletics track & all weather pitch catering for football & hockey.
WorcesterBowlXtreme - Ten Pin Bowling and a whole lot more. American pool, dance floor, video arcade. A family entertainment centre.
BromsgroveIndoor Bowling Club, 6 Rinks (5 Rinks for members only, 1 Rink for public by prior booking). Bowls and footwear available for hire and catering.
MalvernCommunity leisure centre in the heart of Great Malvern offering 25 metre pool, fitness suite, sauna, steamroom, crech and cafe.
Tenbury WellsThree well stocked coarse fishing pools. Open for day tickets and competitions.
WorcesterWelcome to the Bank House, a unique vision of a classic hotel where traditional meets modern for a unique and memorable experience.