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Broadway, Worcestershire

Review of Broadway by dan stewart on May 25th, 2007
i think there should be more things for young people to do and i think that broadway should help the cider mill because no one has any idea about it

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Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

Review of Bromsgrove by Anne John on January 28th, 2008
I stayed for one night only January 2008, arrived early and throughly enjoyed myself in the pool, sauna, steam room and the wonderful high powered jacuzzi to ease my aching muscles. Room clean and well decorated. Light meal in the lounge was good. Breakfast was very good so much to choose from. Staff all very friendly. I would highly recommend this hotel.

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Evesham, Worcestershire

Review of Evesham by jan on October 8th, 2006
Old Persons Town.

Review of Evesham by ian holford on July 12th, 2006
in response to the last report posted. i would just like to say that i was in the norton grange this particular evening (16th june) and yes it was a very busy evening and yes we had to wait for our food but it was definately worth the wait myself and my family had a very pleasurable evening and have returned to this establishment on many occasions since and will carry on to do so. i remember this gentleman very clearly as i had to tell him to lower his voice as i came out for a nice evening and didnt want to subject my children to this behaviour, his reaction was 'No i will not lower my voice this has nothing to do with you' but in my opinion if it didnt have anything to do with anyone else he shouldnt have spoken so loud for people to react. my wife and I felt the staff handled this situation calmly and very proffessionally!! when ordering my sweets at the bar i overheard another customer tell the manager 'i shouldnt worry about him he did the same at a pub i was in last week! now i find this shocking behaviour. all i can say is that if anyone is in the area i would strongly advice you to go the Norton Grange, great food, good value for money and its a pleasurable dining experience and i would hate for this over dramatised report previosly posted to put people off from an enjoyable experience!!! Ian Holford

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Kidderminster, Worcestershire

Review of Kidderminster by Alan Sainty on June 20th, 2010
I am a Londoner who has lived in Kidderminster for nigh on 25 years, our Town is considered very much middle of the road, it has almost all the amenities it needs (with the exception of a football club that actually has money to spend), plenty of shops, supermarkets, a congested Ring Road with an amazing sequence of traffic lights at the Bottom of Bewdley Hill, which only a genius could have designed. Of course there are nicer places to live, but there are far more places around that you would not wish to live in, in preference to Kidderminster.

Review of Kidderminster by Karen Bennett on February 22nd, 2009
Gainsborough Hotel in kidderminster have requested a telephone mast to be erected. It has been refused once already, We as residents in the area would normally, recommend the hotel to family and friends but if they DO NOT consider us, we will not consider them!!!

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Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire

Review of Tenbury Wells by Helen Mound on February 11th, 2007
UPDATE VERSION - SEE END Tenbury Wells is a small traditional (some would say 'old fashioned') market town on the borders of Herefordshire (2 miles), Shropshire (20 yards) but in Worcestershire. Full of wonderfully provocative, family-run shops: wet fish shop; bakers; butchers; craft jeweller; hardware store with drawers full of odds and ends to buy one at a time; household store to purchase underware, shoes, carpets, kitchen ware, soft furnishings, etc.; a small police station; library; post office; chemist; sweet shop; ladies clothing; picture framers; small cafes; florists; small supermarkets (not a Tesco, Morrison or Sainsbury for 10+ miles); hairdressers; pubs and taverns; bi-weekly farmers market in the old Round Market building; oh and just to bring us into the 21st century, private computer shop, card shop and just out of town a private mobile phone company. I'm sorry to say there is no candlestick maker! But there are small gift shops with nice quality and variety which do sell candles. Don't expect to be able to 'pop into town' to buy anything quickly. This is a place where time stands still and people stop to chat and pass the time of day. It's a happy town where people look surprisingly young for their age. This has probably got something to do with the incredible social life with 2 brass bands, amateur operatic and dramatic societies, tap dancing troupe, choirs, football, tennis and bowling clubs, bridge clubs, guides, brownies, scouts and cubs. A town school with only about 450 pupils. This is a place where people matter and young people, though there is a youth cafe, join in the social life with the adults learning how to become part of the community. The High School sports unit is available for the community and we also have a swimming pool, gymnasium and ramblers clubs for people to keep active. It's a wonderful place to live. But what about the visitor: there are magnificent views to be seen from some of the many footpaths that surround the area. If you are a cyclist then many of the local lanes will be a joy as you are unlikely to see many cars on them and there are a few bed and breakfast places to stay if you want to experience this wonderful life for a little longer.

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Worcester, Worcestershire

Review of Worcester by Mr Mansfield on February 21st, 2011
27, Finchdale, Swindon Wilts. SN3 5AL We are a coach company in Swindon,Wilts. We checked the opening times on the Web which stated that the Royal Worcester Pottery Visiters Centre was open on Sundays!We also Emailed the Centre to check that was correct but did not receive a reply. We arrived on Sunday the 20 February and took the passengers to the Centre but found that it was NOT open !. We therefor will be invoicing the Centre for the full expendeture for the day.

Review of Worcester by james tinnies on April 24th, 2007
lovely place i enjoyed the pleasent atmopshere

Review of Worcester by z on October 8th, 2006
Ignore fownes hotel for staying at though please,the rest of worcester is nice and polite,thanks.

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