The Worcestershire Way is an idyllic walk that takes you from Bewdley in the Wyre Forest District, all the way south through our picturesque parish of Suckley with its outstanding vistas atop the Suckley Hills. and onto Great Malvern where you can enjoy splendid views of the Malvern Hills.
The Worcestershire Way follows an undulating terrain to ensure you give your legs a good workout.
The Worcestershire Way passes through Suckley and alongside us (Suckley Post Office) in Longley Green (labelled PO on the map below), where the route dog-legs after Batchelor's Bridge to take you up into the Suckley Hills. We're an ideal stop-off point for a hot cup of tea or coffee, or an ice cream and cold squash.
The Worcestershire Way takes you through or near the following towns, villages, locations and landmarks. Major villages and towns are marked in bold. The locations on the left are shown in their corresponding maps on the right. Click the maps to see a larger image.
All maps shown on this page are courtesy of gps-route.co.uk. Their site hosts an interactive map of the Worcestershire Way, superimposed onto the Ordnance Survey map. Click here for the interactive map of the Worcestershire Way.