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Our Opinion


Worcestershire offers a complete picture of England with its rolling landscape, fertile valleys and open hills. There are quiet villages, bustling towns, local crafts and great industries, each with their particular heritage.

Everywhere you go you'll see signs of our past, either in the great houses, small churches or our wonderful cathedral.




All over Worcestershire there are historic buildings open to the public. There’s Hanbury Hall, now maintained by the National Trust and Croome Court, also a National Trust Property.

The city of Worcester has much to offer visitors. The Cathedral is one of the oldest and finest in the country and final resting place of King John.

Abbeys, churches and priories grace the county towns of Pershore, Evesham and Malvern. The once busy river port of Bewdley is home to the Severn Valley Railway, where you can travel to neighbouring towns and villages in steam powered splendour.

The Victorians left a fine legacy of spa towns throughout the county. The therapeutic qualities of Droitwich Spa's Brine Baths have been known since Roman times.

Worcestershire - where 3 rivers meet - the Severn, Avon and Teme, gardens, museums, unusual places of interest, farm parks, even a safari park. Worcestershire offers a variety of attractions, all year round, for all ages.


Featured Venues


At Pink Weddings we are working closely with a number of venues in introducing the concept of same sex ceremonies, celebration parties and dinners.

Ramada Hotel & Spa
One of the most popular Wedding Venues in the area, the Ramada Hotel & Resort can offer you a warm, friendly, flexible & unique approach to your special day, whatever your requirements may me more

The National Trust. Browse our new National Trust page and see if there is a suitable venue near you for your ceremony and celebration, more


Gay Scene


Well we know of a number of bars, clubs and restaurants around the whole area, but Worcestershire doesn't have a gay village as such to speak of.

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