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About Worcester

Worcester City is renowned for its beauty and culture, being home to the magnificent cathedral overlooking the River Severn and highly respected University. Driving through the city and surrounding areas you will get to see stunning and cutting-edge architecture including the award winning design of The Hive (Europe’s first joint public and university library), landmarks such as the county's most picturesque Cricket ground and views to the famous Malvern Hills amongst so many other historic sites such as the Birth Place of Edward Elgar.

Situated just off the M5, the transport links are excellent with two train stations currently offering direct trains to major cities including London and Birmingham. Worcestershire Parkway Rail Station which is currently under construction sets to improve this, even more, offering speedier journeys to those busy commuters.

Schooling within the county is vast and diverse with Ofsted-rated outstanding primary schools, secondary schools and academies offering top-class education. Worcester is also home to many leading independent Schools including The Royal Grammar School and Kings School Worcester providing academic excellence.

Worcester has changed a lot in recent years becoming one of the most popular places to live in the country with an ever-growing selection of bars and restaurants. The shopping isn't bad either. We think Worcester is the best place to live (we might be biased on that front) and the people living here are second to none, it really is the perfect place to call home.