Worcestershire’s Vale & Spa – incorporating Broadway, Droitwich Spa, Evesham and Pershore – is an area of sheer diversity, not only in its surroundings, but also in what is on offer with accommodation, shopping, attractions and a plethora of festival and events – there is truly something for everyone.
Despite the number of places within the district, you can travel from edge to edge in an hour. That means wherever you initially visit, you will be perfectly placed to explore the remainder of Worcestershire’s Vale & Spa at great comfort and convenience.
The Abbey Church of the Holy Cross, Pershore has been a centre for Christian Worship for over 1300 years. The present Abbey celebrated its Millennium in 1972. What remains of the Abbey is the best part: the monk’s Quire (which is now the Nave) with its unique ploughshare vaulting, the combined triforium and clerestory, and […]
Broadway Tower is a unique Capability Brown Folly Tower open to visitors wanting to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location. It is one of England’s outstanding viewpoints and at 1024 feet (312m) above sea level, it is the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment with unrivalled views. You can survey an expanse […]
Evesham’s Natural Beauty Spot Holiday caravan park Angling Boat moorings Licensed riverside restaurant Ample car parking Caravan rallies welcome Cyclists, walkers and groups welcome Coaches by appointment Private parties and outside catering undertaken Sunday Carvery Large beer garden Open throughout the year
Little Owl Farm Park is a recently renovated, family run (Jim, Mandy, Scott, Victoria, Lizzy and Alice) educational farm park, offering not only an educational experience, but also a fun packed day out for all the family. Situated on the outskirts of Ombersley in Worcestershire, this brand new attraction offers a great trip out for […]
Worcestershire’s Vale & Spa promotes the district of Wychavon, located in the West Midlands region. The district covers 664km2 of the south and eastern part of the county of Worcestershire and is the largest of the six Worcestershire districts.