Worcester City

Worcester is by the River Severn and hosts a medieval cathedral, which has been in existence since 1084 and is the final resting place of King John. It is also the home of Worcestershire County Cricket Club the winners of the 2018 T20.

worcester cathedral - Rimmers Farmhouse Worcestershire
Worcester Cathedral

We also have Worcester Race Course, and The Royal Worcester Museum which holds the largest collection of Worcester Porcelain in the world.

Worcester City Centre - Rimmers Farmhouse Worcestershire
Worcester – The River Severn And Bridge

Visit the cottage at Elgar’s Birthplace – Britain’s best loved composer, discover the beautiful cottage garden and rustic summer house.

The Commandery Worcester
During the English Civil War The Commandery was the battle headquarters for the Royalist army of Charles II during the decisive Battle of Worcester.

The Commandery is a Grade 1 listed property  and served as King Charles 2nd headquarters during the civil war. Behind the Commandery ls Fort Royal hill, the site of the Battle of Worcester.