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What? Where? Worcestershire!

Hartlebury Castle Published Thursday, 11th August 2022

Worcestershire County Council, in partnership with Visit Worcestershire, have recently launched their ‘What? Where? Worcestershire!’ campaign.

Worcestershire County Council, in partnership with Visit Worcestershire, have recently launched their ‘What? Where? Worcestershire!’ campaign to highlight the brilliant attractions and activities across the county.
 
For 6 weeks starting from the beginning of the summer holidays, the County Council have aimed to spread the word about things to do for the whole family in Worcestershire, with a new theme each week.
 
From foodie fun, animal activities and outdoor adventures, to where to walk, historic attractions and activities for when the weather isn’t quite on your side; no matter what your age or interest, the campaign aims to have something for everyone.
 
Within the campaign, attractions from all six districts have been showcased, in order to make sure that residents from all corners of the county can access brilliant activities, without having to travel too far.
 
Points of interest such as Hartlebury Castle, Croome Court, Avoncroft Museum and the Battle of Evesham have been highlighted so far, with various animal-themed activities and outdoor adventures ready to be showcased in the next couple of weeks.
 
Councillor Marc Bayliss, Cabinet Member for Economy, Infrastructure and Skills at Worcestershire County Council said, "It’s great to see all the amazing things our county has to offer. This campaign is a brilliant opportunity to highlight and celebrate local businesses and attractions, while encouraging residents to make the most of all the wonderful activities and places to visit, right here in Worcestershire."
 
If you want to learn more about the ongoing campaign and catch up on the latest things to do in the county this summer, visit the Worcestershire County Council social media channels. 

For more information about what’s on, food and drink, and where to explore across the county, take a look at the Visit Worcestershire website.