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Pershore Bridges Picnic Place

Pershore Bridges Picnic Place

This riverside site can never be dull. Based around the beautiful medieval bridge, the River Avon is teeming with wildlife, boats drifting past, anglers lining the banks, walkers striding out, and picnickers enjoying the outlook. Everything seems to function in harmony here. Information about the Pershore Bridges Circular Walk

Opening Times

Open daily. 24 hour pedestrian and vehicular access. Admission is Free

Site Location

Bridge Street, WR10 1AX. Located on the B4084 ¼ mile south of Pershore, towards Evesham. Follow the brown and white tourist signs. There is a height barrier 2.1 metres to the car park. Grid Reference: 952451

Accessibility Information

  • No dedicated parking areas for visitors with disabilities, although all parking (sealed surface) is close to picnic area and site information
  • Toilets for visitors with disabilities
  • Topography of the site is flat with some gentle slopes
  • Picnic area (with wheelchair accessible tables) is flat grass and suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs
  • Disabled fishing platform
  • View the Pershore Bridges Management Plan (PDF)

OS Maps

Landranger 150, Explorer 190

Site Facilities

Car Parking available at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceCycle Parking available at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlacePicnic Area facilities available at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceToilet facilities available at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceAccessible to all at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceOn Site Walking Trails available at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceViewpoint and views available at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceInformation point available at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceBoat Mooring available at Pershore Bridges Picnic Placeavailable at Pershore Bridges Picnic PlaceFishing available at Pershore Bridges Picnic Place

For further information contact the Countryside Service on 01905 766493.

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Further Information

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More Information

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External websites

  • Defra
    Department for environmental food and rural affairs.
  • British Waterways
    Creating sustainable waterways for the future.
  • English Heritage
    Looking after the historical environment in England for future generations.
  • Environmental Agency
    The government agency responsible for protecting and improving the environment, water, land and air.
  • Natural England
    The Government advisor on the natural environment.

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This page was last reviewed 26 July 2013 at 11:50.
The page is next due for review 22 January 2015.