• Discover Bromsgrove

    A thriving town, Bromsgrove was recently ranked 3rd best commuter town in the UK, being around 30 minutes by train from Birmingham, and only 2 miles from the M42 and 3 miles from the M5 motorways.

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  • Discover Droitwich

    In 2016 the area of Wychavon, home to Droitwich, was voted the third best area of the country to live based on health and life expectancy, employment, earnings, and general wellbeing.

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  • Discover Henley in Arden

    The town’s history can be traced back almost 1,000 years! Henley-in-Arden is surrounded by the magnificent Warwickshire countryside.

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  • Discover Hereford

    A flourishing agricultural city, set on the River Wyre only 16 miles from Welsh border. Its handsome cathedral is home to famous Mappa Mundi, the oldest medieval map of the world still in existence!

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  • Discover Kidderminster

    This historic town is synonymous with carpet making – in the 1950’s there were over thirty manufacturers in the town. There’s now a museum showcasing the industry’s history as well as some beautiful design examples.

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  • Discover Ludlow

    Steeped in history and oozing charm, the town is renowned for its antique shops, Norman castle and architectural splendour, as well as a very modern reputation as a foodie capital, with the world-renowned annual Ludlow Food Festival.

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  • Discover Malvern

    The town made it to The Sunday Times’ list of ‘best places to live’ 2018 - based on factors such a schools, culture, community spirit and, vital for 21st century living - broadband speed! CS Lewis, the famous 'Chronicles of Narnia' author is a famous former resident and a lamppost in the town is said to have inspired the opening scene for 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe'.

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  • Discover Pershore

    The centre of the town is a conservation area, with picture-postcard cottages dotted around the old abbey with desirable Georgian properties and townhouses (Bridge Street and Broad Street in particular have lots of listed buildings). Residents’ favourite go-tos are said to include the covered market and The Pickled Plum pub, as well as the many independent shops and restaurants.

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  • Discover Redditch

    12 of the town’s finest roundabouts were once featured on a calendar and became notorious after featuring on the Graham Norton Show! In its time the town had been the centre of the needle making industry which can still be enjoyed at a visit to the Forge Mill museum.

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  • Discover Solihull

    Solihull regularly features in the top five in polls of the most desirable places to live in the UK in terms of employment rates, work/life balance and overall quality of life.

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  • Discover Stourbridge

    Stourbridge sits alongside stunning greenbelt countryside with protected beauty spots like Kinver Edge, and the Clent and Walton hills just minutes from the town. The town’s fortunes were based on glass manufacture dating back to the 1600’s, with Stourbridge glass recognised as some of the finest in the world and often given as gifts to royalty.

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  • Discover Stratford Upon Avon

    The town and internationally famous theatres sit alongside the picturesque River Avon, attracting tourists from all over the world - when you meet people on holiday and tell them where you live, expect to have friends for life!

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  • Discover Worcester

    Composer Edward Elgar is the city’s most 'noted' son, now closely followed by ‘Game Of Thrones’ star Kit Harrington, who went to school here!

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