Nearby: Bromsgrove

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The Category Bromsgrove is a subset of Worcestershire. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Bromsgrove which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.bsoc.co.uk/cemetery-walk.html

Category:Bromsgrove
Size (acreage)6
Overview

'Follow the heritage trail to discover the people of Bromsgrove, their lives and their deaths.'

Description from

The Bromsgrove Society

www.bromsgrove.gov.uk/things-to-do/parks-and-outdoors.aspx

Category:Bromsgrove
Overview

'Bromsgrove has over 70 parks and open spaces, these range from small pretty gardens for sitting and relaxing, woodland areas for long walks and rambling to formal town parks ...'

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clent-hills

Category:Bromsgrove
Size (acreage)440
Overview

'A stunning countryside haven in the heart of the busy Midlands. Explore the miles of footpaths, bridleways and easy access trails offering breathtaking panoramic views over the Cotswolds, Shropshire Hills and Welsh borders ... The North Worcestershire Path goes through Clent Hill and Walton Hill and connects the Waseley Hills on one side and Hagley on the other. There are also footpaths connecting local villages such as Romsley, Clent, Lower Clent and Hagley.'

Description from

National Trust

hagleyvillage.org

Category:Bromsgrove
Overview

'Hagley is a large village and civil parish in Worcestershire, England. It is on the boundary of the West Midlands and Worcestershire counties between the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley and Kidderminster. As of December 2016 it had an estimated population of 6,097.' [Wikipedia]

www.birmingham.gov.uk/lickeyhills

Category:Bromsgrove
Size (acreage)524
Overview

'Lickey Hills Country Park is one of Birmingham’s most varied and treasured parks ... located just 10 miles south west of Birmingham. The park offers different things to different people - it’s a place for family days out, to spot wildlife, for sport, school trips, or maybe just for the views and a cup of tea. Lickey Hills has a complex and interesting geology which has created a variety of habitats. These include woodlands, heathland and grassland, which are home to an incredible diversity of wildlife ... Beacon Hill is the most famous viewpoint at the Lickey Hills. The hill rises to 297m (975 feet) above sea level, giving expansive views of the surrounding countryside.'

Description from

Birmingham City Council

www.stoke-pc-worcs.gov.uk/?q=node/13

Category:Bromsgrove
Overview

'Welcome to the website for the North Worcestershire communities of Stoke Heath, Stoke Pound, Stoke Prior and Stoke Works ... There are a number of walks in the Parish that enable visitors to experience all aspects of life in our Parish. The parish has the services of a Footpaths Officer who is responsible for the management of footpaths in the Parish.'

www.wythall-parish-council.org.uk/local-groups-information/countryside...

Category:Bromsgrove
Overview

'Wythall is situated in the north east corner of Worcestershire, within the District of Bromsgrove and the County of Worcestershire. The village shares borders with Solihull and Birmingham and has a population of over 12,000 spread amongst several areas which includes Majors Green and parts of Walkers Heath.'

sites.google.com/site/familyfriendlycycling/river-rea-trail

Category:Birmingham
Distance (miles)14
Overview

'The River Rea travels through the many diverse communities of south west Birmingham. Rising on the Waseley Hills the river heads across the city towards its confluence with the River Tame near Spaghetti Junction (The Gravelly Hill interchange).'

Description from

West Midlands Cycling

www.bromsgrove.gov.uk/things-to-do/parks-and-outdoors/parks-and-play-a...

Category:Bromsgrove
Overview

'Walking these routes is a great way to experience the area as our ancestors did. The great hunting forest of Feckenham covered 190 square miles of Oak forest. Although there are only patches of forest left here, you can explore the ancient woodlands, local legends, flower rich meadows and nature reserves, as you wander through the gentle rolling hills of North Worcestershire. There are three walks to choose from ...

Description from

Bromsgrove District Council

www.john-price.me.uk/Kenelm/StKintro.html

Category:Bromsgrove
Overview

'Gives a detailed guide to a newly developed long distance walk across Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, linking the two places most connected with the life of the ninth century Mercian Saint ... The trail is documented in a 60 page pocket-sized guide which gives clear directions, notes about historic sites on the route, an account of the legend of St Kenelm and tourist information ... St Kenelm's Way is a walk with the same starting and finishing points, but using a different route.'

Description from

John Price

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