Fall in love with Worcestershire – for the best of all possible worlds
Worcestershire has a bit of everything – industry in the north east, the Cotswolds in the south, the Malvern Hills in the West, and beautiful countryside in between.
The cathedral city of Worcester is one of the finest in the land, and many of the historic buildings and cityscapes of the medieval city remain today. Sitting astride the River Severn, it has great shopping and fine museums, and is the home of the famous Lea & Perrins sauce!
Worcestershire’s towns and villages reflect the different regions of the county, especially the quaint honey-coloured Cotswold village of Broadway, and Great Malvern set high on the slopes of the Malvern Hills.
The Malvern Hills are the largest area of open common land in the West Midlands, with good walking and distinctive wildlife. The Cotswolds is an area of warmth and clarity with stone walls and buildings, open skies, rolling grasslands, beech woods and captivating villages – perfect for outings and walks.
If you like the best of English countryside, history, architecture and neighbourhood life – you’ll enjoy your retirement in Worcestershire.