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Organisations In and Around Worcestershire

The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society

Event Image A community cinema based in Feckenham Village Hall. This volunteer run picture palace has High Definition Digital projection with multi channel..... more >
The FeckenOdeon Cinema Feckenham Village Hall High Street Feckenham Redditch B96 6HN

Jill M Peer

Jill plays and sings harmonies with husband Martin forming String Box, and lives to make Country music and to share it... more >
20 Hill View Close, Malvern Link WR14 2

Three Little Pigs

We host a variety of interesting and creative workshops. If you have ever fancied the idea of learning a new skill in a fun, informal environment or..... more >
Three Little Pigs The Avenue Birlingham Worcestershire WR10 3AB

Fairfield Flicks

Event Image Fairfield Flicks is a voluntary run cinema & live entertainment venue; screening top movies & hosting live events. more >
Fairfield Flicks at Fairfield Village Hall Stourbridge Road Fairfield Bromsgrove Worcestershire B61 9LZ

The Fold, Worcestershire

The Fold’s mission is to carry out activities which benefit the community and in particular improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, the... more >
The Fold, Bransford, Worcestershire WR6 5JB

Redditch Community Shed

Redditch Community Shed is affiliated to the UK Mens' Shed movement and exists to help those men and women who are feeling lost or lonely... more >
Unit 7 George Walk Kingfisher Centre Redditch B97 4HJ

The Civic Hall Stourport

The Civic, Stourport is a volunteer run group who fought the decision to close the Civic Hall in Stourport by the local district Council in February... more >
The Civic Hall Martins Way Stourport on Severn Worcestershire DY13 8UJ

Things to do around Worcestershire

Worcestershire, a county known for its picturesque landscapes and rich history, offers a variety of activities for an enjoyable day out. Whether you're a local or a visitor, here are some fantastic options to explore:

1. Walk the Malvern Hills:
- The Malvern Hills, straddling Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and Gloucestershire, are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Take a challenging end-to-end hike or opt for a shorter walk to the summits like British Camp or the Worcestershire Beacon. The panoramic views stretch from neighboring villages to the Welsh mountains.

2. Explore Broadway and Broadway Tower:
- Visit the charming village of Broadway in the Cotswolds, which happens to be in Worcestershire. Stroll along the historic high street, enjoy ice cream stands, and explore independent shops. Don't miss Broadway Tower, the second-highest point in the Cotswolds, offering breathtaking views and a perfect picnic spot.

3. Visit Hanbury Hall and Gardens:
- Hanbury Hall, a National Trust property, boasts gardens, orchards, and 400 acres of parkland. Explore the 18th-century country house, enjoy the parkland on a sunny day, and fuel up at the on-site Stables Café.

4. Discover Worcester Cathedral:
- Worcester Cathedral, a place of prayer and worship for centuries, is a stunning example of Gothic architecture. Explore the royal tombs, medieval artifacts, and reliefs. The cathedral's history is intertwined with that of England.

5. Enjoy the West Midland Safari Park:
- A family-friendly day out awaits at the West Midland Safari Park. Drive through the safari to see lions, tigers, and giraffes. Explore the park's other attractions, including rides and animal encounters.

6. Visit the Elgar Birthplace Museum:
- Learn about the life and music of composer Edward Elgar at the Elgar Birthplace Museum in Lower Broadheath. Explore the museum, gardens, and the nearby countryside that inspired Elgar's compositions.

7. Explore Worcester City Centre:
- Wander through Worcester's historic streets, visit local shops, and explore the riverside. Don't miss the Commandery, a historic building with interactive exhibits about the English Civil War.

8. Discover Croome Court and Park:
- Croome Court, another National Trust property, offers a mix of art, history, and nature. Explore the house, gardens, and parkland designed by Capability Brown.

9. Take a Canal Boat Trip:
- Enjoy a leisurely canal boat trip along the Worcester and Birmingham Canal. Take in the scenic views and learn about the region's industrial heritage.

10. Visit Bewdley and the Severn Valley Railway:
- Explore the riverside town of Bewdley and hop on the Severn Valley Railway for a nostalgic steam train journey through picturesque countryside.

Remember to check opening hours and any booking requirements for these attractions. Whether you're interested in culture, nature, or family fun, Worcestershire promises a memorable day out!