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Bewdley, Worcestershire

The graceful arches of the bridge designed by Thomas Telford (1757-1854) are a dominant feature of this lovely old town which nestles on the banks of the River Severn...

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Bredon, Worcestershire

The lush greenery of Bredon Hill forms a dramatic back-drop to this pretty village which is the start of a string of villages threading their way towards the Cotswolds...

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Broadway, Worcestershire

The village of Broadway in the Cotswolds richly deserves the prestige of being the "show village of England"..

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Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

Bromsgrove has flourished since it's humble origins as a Saxon settlement...

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Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire

Chaddesley Corbett is fortunate in being a spaciously set village with a strong farming community...

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Cutnall Green, Worcestershire

The village of Cutnall Green lies amidst the rich agricultural landscape of Worcestershire, a short distance away from the old spa town of Droitwich...

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Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire

It is unsurprising that this delightful town was the most frequently mentioned town in the Domesday Book, for at that time Droitwich was England's major salt producing centre...

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Elmley Castle, Worcestershire

Elmley Castle is one of the most beautiful villages in England..

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Evesham, Worcestershire

Particularly beautiful in the early spring when it is a mass of blossom, Evesham stands proudly on the river Avon right at the heart of a famous fruit and vegetable region known.....

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Grafton Flyford, Worcestershire

Grafton Flyford is tucked away in a fold of beautiful English countryside and is an old area of winding lanes edged by ancient woodland...

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Great Malvern, Worcestershire

Malvern is famous for its beautiful hills that offer outstanding views across 3 counties, its famous spring water and the Morgan motor car. It also has strong associations with the famous composer Edward Elgar..

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Great Witley, Worcestershire

The great palladian mansion of Witley Court and the splendid Baroque Church that lies within its grounds have been central to the life of the rural village of Great Witley for centuries...

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Hartlebury, Worcestershire

Hartlebury is an interesting little village in that it shows some quaint and interesting properties that are fortunately preserved from the ravages of traffic which now thunders down the main by-pass towards Kidderminster...

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Kidderminster, Worcestershire

This town was once the carpet capital of England, with carpets from its mills transported to all parts of the world...

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Leigh Sinton, Worcestershire

Leigh Sinton is a pleasant long sprawling Worcestershire village that is the midst of a great agriculture and fruit growing area...

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Madresfield, Worcestershire

The village is mostly tree lined with a haphazard collection of handsome houses and old, period cottages...

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Pershore, Worcestershire

Pershore is at the heart of a great pastoral landscape where fruit orchards and meadows grazed by sheep and cattle blend happily side by side...

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Rous Lench, Worcestershire

This lovely village takes it name from the Rouses, a local family, who in the 19th-century built most of the attractive houses surrounding the tree lined village green...

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Sedgeberrow, Worcestershire

The countryside is mostly laid to farmlands full of ripened corn and across the rolling landscape there are grassy meadows grazed by sleepy cattle and sheep...

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Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire

This delightful riverside town gained acclaim when it was created a canal port in the year 1766 following the opening of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal, built by James Brindley...

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