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Worcestershire is found mostly between the glorious Malvern Hills and the smooth Cotswolds and incorporates the town of Broadway, known as the Cotswold Jewel and the northern passage to the Cotswolds. It is a county with a variety of picturesque villages, pretty cottages and busy towns and home to beautiful holiday homes, lodges and caravan stays..

Weather Averages

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MARCH - MAY High 14.13°c Low 5.85°c Precipitation 0.06mm/hr
JUNE - AUGUST High 21.26°c Low 13.04°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER High 15.17°c Low 8.45°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
DECEMBER - FEBRUARY High 8.38°c Low 2.28°c Precipitation 0.07mm/hr

THINGS TO DO IN Worcestershire

There's plenty to do in Worcestershire. Explore the great outdoors and walk or cycle along the many beautiful hills, waterways and countryside routes. Shop until you drop in a wide choice of independent and chain stores. Dive into our history by visiting one of the museums. There's fun for all the family with stunning views on the Severn Valley Railway, visit the Safari Park or explore one of the many country parks and gardens. Enjoy a trip to the theatre or marvel at the skill of local craftsmen in a local crafts centre.


Malvern is largely Victorian but its roots go back much further. Iron and Bronze Age forts and tracks ran along the hills and Malvern was only a collection of small cottages until the Middle Ages. The oldest parts of the town can be seen around the Priory Church which was founded in 1085 when Benedictine monks settled here and built a Priory, which was a daughter house to Westminster Abbey.


Evesham is a picturesque, riverside historic market town situated in the centre of the famous horticultural Vale of Evesham – the fruit and vegetable basket of England. From the tranquil banks of the river Avon to the undulating hills and peaceful wooded slopes of the Cotswolds, the Vale offers some of the prettiest countryside in the United Kingdom.


Home to the starting (and finishing point) for the world famous Severn Valley Heritage Railway, wonderful memories are made in this beautiful part of Worcestershire. The 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.


Worcestershire lies between the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds and is best known for its apples, including the Worcester Pearmain with its hint of strawberry - the Malvern Pudding is a traditional Georgian baked dish made with apples or other seasonal fruit and custard. Malvern water is a natural spring water from the Malvern Hills on the border of the counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire in England.


Worcestershire’s location within the heart of England makes it supremely accessible and nearer than you think that. If you're flying into the area, then Birmingham International airport is roughly half-hour away, Manchester is 1hr 50 mins, Heathrow is 2hrs 10 mins and Gatwick is 2hrs 50 mins away. Worcestershire has excellent road links to the key motorways (M5, M6, M40, M42, M50) and London is simply 2½ hours away. If you're using rail transport then Worcestershire has several major stations throughout the county with a regular main line train service to and from London, Birmingham, the north and also the south west of England.