Interested in property in Worcestershire? Contact Liz Langford

Tel: 01432 367802

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Worcestershire lies predominantly between the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds and is well known for it’s china, market produce and farming. Charming towns and villages such as Broadway, Elmley Castle Pershore and Droitwich Spa nestle in gently undulating countryside and are a stark contrast to the hustle and bustle of the Cathedral city of Worcester, with it’s university and café, restaurant culture. Worcestershire is home to some well-known private schools, including Bromsgrove, Hartlebury, Malvern College & The King’s School.

Schools in Worcestershire

There are no state funded grammar schools in Worcestershire. State schools to consider which go up to 6th form are Prince Hernry’s High, Evesham, Hagley RC High, Nr. Stourbridge and Pershore High.

For private schools there’s Bromsgrove and Malvern College, both mixed independent schools for pupils aged 3 – 18 and The Royal Grammar School, Worcester. For a girls school only, Malvern St James Girls’ School.

Worcestershire Key Towns


Worcester, the home of Worcester porcelain has one of the nicest Cathedrals in the UK. The city is steeped in history and amongst its historic streets you can find a good range of restaurants, cafes and independent retailers as well as the usual high street chains.

Worcester holds a general market on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays and regular events are held in the Cathedral and famous Commandery Museum.

Worcester has it’s own racecourse and county cricket club.


Evesham is a small market town on the river Avon. The town is situated between Worcester, Stratford Upon Avon and Cheltenham, on the edge of the Cotswolds and offers better value for money than some of the more traditional Cotswold towns. Older buildings adorn the streets and there are some pretty tree-lined walks along the river.

Popular villages are found on the Pershore side of the town, for example, Charlton, Cropthorne and Fladbury. The Lenches, Atch Lench and Church Lench are also very pleasant.


Redditch can be found approximately 15 miles south of Birmingham and 22 miles north of Worcester. The town has a Grade II theatre and the well renowned Redditch golf club.

Shopping can be found at the Kingfisher shopping centre and along the high street.

Pershore:The unspoilt market town of Pershore is situated on the River Avon, the town is renowned for its Abbey and Georgian Architecture. There is a range of traditional shops, restaurants and public houses.

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