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About Cutnall Green
The village of Cutnall Green lies amidst the rich agricultural landscape of Worcestershire, a short distance away from the old spa town of Droitwich. It is a friendly place which still has a pleasant village stores and post office, unusual for the tables and chairs placed outside where you can tarry for a while chatting to the locals. The village also has an excellent village inn, The Chequers, noted for its warm atmosphere, good food, ales and fine wines.
In summertime the air is heady with the scent of wild flowers growing in hedgerows down lanes leading to fields full of ripened corn and rapeseed. At this time of the year you can enjoy watching a friendly cricket match in the ambience of the Cricket club, or simply wander the surrounding countryside in search of the many butterfly species often found in woods cared for by the Worcestershire Nature Reserve Trust.
To the north of Cutnall Green lies the famous carpet town of Kidderminster which is now home to the Severn Valley Railway, whilst to the south lies the city of Worcester which has an historic Cathedral and the Royal Worcester Porcelain factory.
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in the county of Worcestershire(5.9 miles, 9.4 km, direction NW of Cutnall Green)
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in the county of West Midlands(14.1 miles, 22.8 km, direction N of Cutnall Green)
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