Days out in Pershore
Pershore Abbey stands majestically within Abbey Park and was founded in 689AD by St. Oswald. The majority of the Norman building was built in 11th Century and is still in use today for worship and concerts.
|Address||The Vicarage, Pershore
The River Avon also has its own attractions. Spend a tranquil day fishing or stroll alongside the river and take a hamper and stop for a picnic by Pershore Old Bridge. Boats can be hired for a leisurely journey along the Avon or pick up our circular walk leaflets from the Tourist Information Centre in the Town Hall.
Pershore Heritage Centre
The Heritage Centre is located on the first floor of Pershore Town Hall with exhibits covering well over 2,000 sq ft of floor and wall space.
|Opening Times||Easter to October. Wed - Sat 10:30-15:30|
|Address||Town Hall, 34 High Street, Pershore WR10 1DS|