If you are looking to buy a new home in Worcestershire, you may want to explore the local area to find out what life would be like in your new neighborhood. Pershore is a bustling, traditional market town on the River Avon just 10 miles from Worcester. It is well known for its Georgian architecture and magnificent Abbey as well as its range of independent cafés, boutiques and farm shops >

Things to do...

Number 8 Theatre, Gallery and Cinema
Number 8 provides the community with a hub of activities, events and shows. From the latest films to opera, art exhibitions and family events there is plenty going on to keep the whole family entertained.

Pershore Bridges circular walk
A 5 mile waymarked walk starting from the Picnic Place. This easy and relaxing walk will take you alongside the River Avon through Tiddesley Wood and past Pershore Abbey before returning back to where you started.

Croome Court
The main building at Croome Court had been home to the Earl family since the 16th century. It was the 6th Earl that set about transforming it into the Palladian style. Over the years it has been used for may purposes, but today the house and parkland are open to the public. There are many things to see and do here and the rooms inside the house hold temporary exhibitions and installations created by up-and-coming artists, craftspeople and designers continuing the 6th Earl’s legacy of nurturing new talent. There is also a 1940's themed restaurant, second hand book shop and an RAF museum.

Places to eat...

Revills Farm Shop
Revills stocks a wonderful range of local produce including fruits and vegetables, meats, beer, and bakery products plus much more. There is a farmhouse café serving homemade soups, sandwiches and cream teas.

The Deli Café
Located on Pershore high street, The Deli Café is a family owned eatery run by two former chefs. Here, you can expect a wide selection of sandwiches and homemade hot food including specials such as 'Flyford falafel' and Hoisin duck wraps.

Coffee #1
Located on the High Street inside a listed building, this coffee shop has some beautiful features including original beams. stained glass windows and a terrace in the summer. Well known for its delicious fresh coffee, Coffee #1 also serves up a range of cakes and savoury treats.

Places to shop...

Betty & Dukes furniture
Located at 71 High Street, Betty & Duke's has a range of upcycled furniture and handmade treasures. They also do commisions, taking your old pieces of furniture and transforming them into something new.

Whilst you are in the area, we would love to welcome you at one of our Worcestershire developments >