Worcestershire Quick Facts & Figures

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Worcestershire is located in the West Midlands in England, prominent cities and towns in the area include Worcester, Kidderminster and Evesham. Worcestershire’s location in the West Midlands makes it a convenient place from which to explore both the West and East Midlands regions.

Worcestershire has a relatively low profile among visitors, the scenic county has plenty to offer including charming small towns and villages full of character and plenty of scenic landscapes and open spaces allowing visitors to get away from it all and enjoy the best of the scenic countryside. Local attractions & places of interest include Wyre Forest, Malvern Hills (AONB), West Midland Safari Park, Worcester Cathedral and Broadway Village. There are a number of historic buildings, castles, museums and galleries for visitors to explore in the area.

The area is host to a number of local festivals, shows, fairs and concerts throughout the year


Worcestershire Quick Facts

Population: 557,400

Region: West Midlands

Area total: 1,741 sq km

Languages: English

Dialling Code: 01905 (Worcester), 01562 (Kidderminster), 01386 (Evesham).

Postcode Area: WR (Worcester), DY10-11 (Kidderminster), WR11 (Evesham).

Closest Airports: Birmingham Airport

Local Food: Malvern Pudding, Worcestershire Sauce, Artisan Cheeses and locally brewed beers, wines and ciders.

Nearest Towns & Cities: Worcester, Bromsgrove, Ridditch, Kidderminster and Evesham.

Famous Attractions: Wyre Forest, Malvern Hills (AONB), West Midland Safari Park, Worcester Cathedral and Broadway Village.
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