Oct

2018

WEDNESDAY

Wednesday 24th October 2018

ONE PRICE

£ 15.00

Return Time 4.30pm

 

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Worcester

Summary

Worcester Cathedral City is on the banks of the River Severn in the heart of England and close to the Malvern Hills. Lovely shops to browse, and cafes to sit and relax.

The city is best known for its magnificent Cathedral housing royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters it is also famous for the world renowned Worcester Porcelain, the piquant Worcestershire Sauce and the most picturesque cricket ground in the country.The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.There really is something for everyone.

 

Pick Up Points

Below is a list of pick up points for our excursions. Please note, we do not pick up from all of these points on every excursion - please contact us for more information on 01952 255560.

 

Abbey Forgate, Shrewsbury Abbey

Admaston, Admaston Road Bus Stop

Aqueduct, Castlefields Way Bus Stop (or Junction Brookside)

Beacon, Abraham Darby Academy

Bridgnorth, Mill Street, Northgate (opposite Sainsbury's), Woodberry Down

Brosely, Lady Forester (opposite garage) or Square

Dawley, Lord Hill Bus Station

Donnington, The Parade

Hadley, Bus Station

Jackfield, St Mary's Close

Leegomery, Leicester Way Bus Stop

Madeley, Telford Coach Travel Centre

Malinslee, Shops

Much Wenlock, Wheatland Garage

Newport, National Westminster Bank

Oakengates, Coalport Public House

Queen Street, Hills Lane Shops

Shawbirch, Woolpack Public House

Shifnal, Jaspers or Royal George Public House

St. Georges, Elephant & Castle

Stirchley, Sandino Court Bus Stop

Sutton Hill, Madebrook Layby

Telford Town Centre, Bus Station

Trench Road, Shops by Duke of York

Wellington, Victoria Street Bus Station or Captain Webb Public House

Woodside, Bus Stop (Formerly Elizabethan)