Pershore, located in Worcestershire, is a traditional market town situated on the banks of the River Avon. Visitors will find the town situated near the A44 midway that runs from Worcester to Evesham. The M5 is also located nearby. In addition, visitors can reach Pershore by taking the Cotswold Line from Paddington Station. There is much to enjoy in the local area, including a variety of shops to browse as well as a number of eating establishments. In addition, visitors will have a choice of a number of different accommodation options in Pershore as well as in the surrounding towns and villages.
The English market town of Pershore is located in the area that is known as Worcestershire. Pershore is a small sized market town and it is located on the shores of the River Avon. The town of Pershore is located in the district that is known as Wychavon and this district is located within the western part of Worcestershire. The town is a part of parliamentary constituency that is commonly referred to as West Worcestershire. Pershore has a population that is about seven thousand. The town of Pershore is best known for its Abbey and also for its college. The area of Pershore is also well known for growing of pears and plums. The town of Pershore is located about six miles to the west of Evesham and also about six miles to the east of Upton Upon Severn. The town is located close to the A44 about half way between Evesham and Worcester.
Pershore is very famous for the elegant architecture within the town that dates back to the Georgian times. The town and the local area are also famous for the major part it plays within the production of vegetables and fruit. The Avon River flows through the centre of the town of Pershore and the town is also a popular stopping point for fishermen and boating traffic.
Pershore has a strong educational network that consists of four primary schools and one high school. The high school also features a sixth form college, which is a major sports college that has a sports hall and all weather sports pitches.