The village of Kemerton lies on the southern slopes of Bredon Hill, in Worcestershire some five miles north east of Tewkesbury. The village population is currently 400, living in 189 separate dwellings.
The village has a rich history dating back to Roman times, when Bredon Hill was a Roman camp. Exploring the locality is made easy thanks to the rich network of public footpaths and bridleways
Kemerton has a post office and shop, two churches in addition to a pub and village hall. Within the locality there are two junior schools and a doctor’s surgery with pharmacy.
Kemerton has good public transport services (540 bus from Evesham to Tewkesbury). There is also a main line station three miles away at ‘Ashchurch for Tewkesbury’ with junction nine of the M5 motorway approximately half a mile further.
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