Guide To Pershore
The most appropriate word for Pershore is "elegant". Its wide
main street and treasured Georgian buildings that unfortunately
"turn their back" on the River Avon house attractive specialist
shops and malls. Recognised as one of the towns in the country to
be of major historical importance - Pershore's jewel is undoubtedly
its impressive Norman Abbey, founded in 618, but with the majority
of the building dating back to the 13th Century.
Pershore Heritage Centre will delight you with themed displays
of the area's past - and for all the gardeners; don't miss Pershore
College, renowned world-wide as a centre of horticultural
excellence it is designated as the Royal Horticultural Society's
Centre for the West Midlands, it also has a plant centre that is
open daily and pick your own in the season.
Shops, Food and Drink
Pershore has a wide variety of interesting and individual shops,
providing you with with the opportunity to shop for everything,
from day to day sundries to that extra special present!
Not only is Pershore the home of so many fascinating shops, it also
has a great selection of places to eat and drink.
Download our Pershore Shops and Busineses leaflet and our
Restaurants and Cafes leaflet below to find out more, just click on
the links, happy hunting!
and Businesses (984.64 KB)
Cafes (175.25 KB)
Coach Drop off Points
King George's Way
Car Parks in Pershore
List of car parks with timetable and
Tourist Information Centres
Pershore Tourist Information Centre
New Town Hall, High Street,
Telephone: 01386 556591
Open All Year.
Throughout Summer-Monday to Friday: 10.00 – 4.00pm
Saturdays 10.30 – 3.30
Throughout Winter-Monday to Friday: 10.00 – 2.00
Saturdays 10.30 – 2.00pm