Visit Pershore - Tourist Information for Pershore, Worcestershire

Countryside & Gardens

Pershore is surrounded by beautiful countryside which offers the visitor something different every season.

Late January to mid February, a visit to Birlingham Village Churchyard to see the snowdrops and crocuses is a sight not to be missed.

Open Garden EventsIn Spring, cycle or drive 'The Blossom Trail' with its dazzling display of pink and white blossom from plum, pear, apple and damson trees. Contact us for a copy of the Blossom Trail Guide.

May is the month to visit Tyddesley Wood - 185 acres of ancient woodland and a breathtaking sight at bluebell time.

Explore the local villages in the heart of the countryside and plan a stay during the many Open Garden Events in Spring and Summer. For details of these, browse the Local Events listed on this website. Many private gardens are open for charity under the National Gardens Scheme. Contact the Tourist Office for a leaflet.

Pershore College, set in beautiful grounds just outside the town, has an excellent garden centre and plant nurseries which are both open to the public.

In early July the Delphinium Flower Field at Wick is open to the public. Please check their website for opening times. The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company grow the flowers and harvest the petals to be used as confetti at weddings. The company are recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as having had the world’s largest carpet of flowers.

Open Garden Events in Autumn visit Croome Park National Trust (01905 371006) to see the trees in their spectacular Autumn colours or time your visit to coincide with one of Croome Parktheir many events.

Whatever the season, climb to the top of Bredon Hill and take in the views of the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds.

Explore the many waymarked footpaths and cycleways and enjoy the beautiful countryside.