Pictures of Wick
Attractive village set close to the historic market town of Pershore. The village has fine examples of Tudor cottages, some with thick thatch and delightful cottage gardens emblazoned with poppies and rambling roses round the doorway.
One of the most delightful aspects of the village is the beautiful Delphinium fields, planted by a local farmer as an alternative to traditional farming. During late June, July and August, the fields once grazed by cattle, are a riot of colour as flowers in multiple shades of pink and blue come into bloom. The flowers are harvested and turned into Confetti. There is a farm shop from which you can buy the flowers by the stem and the confetti by the bag. For a small charge the public are invited to tour the flower fields, it is a lovely experience, a vast landscape of sweetly scented blooms in a seemingly endless rainbow of colours.
A short distance away, lying on the banks of the River Avon, Pershore offers fine Georgian properties, an historic abbey church, a market, a wide selection of shops and The Angel, an old coaching inn. Within easy driving distance lies Worcester with its graceful bridge from which there are dramatic views of its lovely old cathedral.
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