Pershore Certificated Locations

Pershore's picturesque location makes it a popular choice for cyclists and ramblers, as it has miles of beautiful Worcestershire countryside right on its doorstep. The River Avon provides a great backdrop for a stroll, and is also a popular location for Anglers.

The town itself is home to many Georgian-era buildings, as well as Pershore Abbey, which regularly hosts concerts and other events. Keen gardeners will likely want to visit Spetchley Park and Gardens, which lies a few miles outside Pershore and combines a deer park with 30 acres of Victorian gardens.

Pubs and restaurants catering to all tastes can be found in the town and, depending on the time of year, visitors may find some plum dishes on the menu. The town is renowned for the fruit and many varieties are grown in the area, including the Pershore Yellow Egg and Pershore Emblem.