Physical geography[change | edit source]
Worcestershire is a fairly rural county. The Malvern Hills, which run from the south of the county into Herefordshire, are made up mainly of volcanic rock, some of which date from before 1200 million years ago. For more on the geology of the Malvern Hills, see the other websites section below.
Places of interest[change | edit source]
- Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings
- Walton Hill and the Clent Hills
- Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural beauty
- Severn Valley Railway
- Worcester Cathedral
- Great Malvern Priory
- Leigh Court Tithe Barn
- Claines Church
- River Teme and valley
- Tenbury Wells with its unique Pump Rooms.
- River Severn at Worcester, River Avon at Pershore or Evesham
- Witley Court at Great Witley. A burnt out shell of a large English stately home, famous for its gigantic fountain, now restored to working order. Currently owned by English Heritage.
- West Midlands Safari Park
- Hanbury Hall
- Forge Mill Needle Museum at Redditch, the only remaining working needle mill in the world.
Local groups[change | edit source]
Other pages[change | edit source]
Other websites[change | edit source]
- Berrow's Worcester Journal
- History of the Worcestershire Regiment
- Worcestershire County Council main site
- Official Worcestershire County Council eHub
- Worcestershire County Cricket Club
- Worcestershire Record Office
- Geology of the Malvern Hills
- Forge Mill Museum
- Tales of the River Severn
- Friends of Claines