Visitors" guide to the County of Worcestershire
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Visitors" guide to the County of Worcestershire

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Published by Constaple in London .
Written in English

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Statement edited by J. Lamb.
ContributionsLamb, J.
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Open LibraryOL20583035M

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Book Synopsis In the southern part of the county lies the spectacular ridge of the Malvern Hills, with marvellous walking and breathtaking views. Moving eastwards we reach the towns of Upton-upon-Severn, Pershore and Evesham, along with many charming villages and ancient sites.5/5. The Visit Worcestershire Guide has over pages brimming with amazing stories, reasons to visit and the Tourism Business Directory so you can start planning your next adventure. Be inspired to visit the beautiful county of Worcestershire. Be inspired to visit the beautiful county of Worcestershire. Issuu company logo. Close. The Worcestershire Tourist Guide is the premier online guide for all the information you need about Worcestershire, for locals and tourists alike. Enjoy Eating Out in award winning Restaurants or a cosy supper in a village Pub.

Worcestershire County Council have used cookies to improve the way our website works for you. (Some may have been set already). The City of Worcester. Worcester is the capital city of the county of Worcestershire and lies beside the River Severn some 25 miles from the Cotswolds and the village of Broadway (the Northern Gateway to the Cotswolds). At its centre is a magnificent cathedral, perched along the riverbank, dominating the skyline for miles around. within the Self Service Area of the Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service. The Self Service Area has the same opening hours as the Hive: am to 10pm 7 days a week. You are welcome to browse and use these resources during these times, and an additional guide called 'Guide to the Self Service Archive Area' has been developed to help. A relatively small Worcestershire city with big appeal, Worcester is famous for many things, such as its porcelain china, its cricket, its relaxing canal trips, and the original Worcestershire sauce - Lea and Perrins. Interestingly, the city is also home to the oldest newspaper in the world - .

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