The county city and only town is Worcester. The other major settlements Bromsgrove and Redditch are satellite towns of Birmingham. There also are a few market cities: Malvern, Bewdley, Evesham, Droitwich Spa and Tenbury Wells. Here is a brief summary of the towns and villages in Worcestershire County.
*Ashton under Hill:-
Snuggled on the slopes of Bredon Hill, the agricultural hamlet of Ashton-under-Hill has lots to offer for the gigantic variety of folks that inhabit and visit it.
Bewdley is a small city set in the guts of the Severn Valley. The city’s history can be traced centuries back, when Bewdley was England's second biggest city.
The show hamlet of Broadway lies at the foot of the Cotswold Edge. Respected around the world for its exotic beauty, Broadway has been hospitable holiday makers since the 19th century.
The parish of Crowle comprises 3 quite distinct settlements: Crowle itself, Crowle Green and part of Sale Green hamlet. Geographically Crowle lies on top of a hill known hereabouts as Crowle Bank.
Evesham is a settlement at the foot of the Cotswold Hills, on the banks of the Brook Avon, at the center of the fruit growing industry of the Vale of Evesham. An old market city, Evesham is still an energetic mall.
The name Malvern comes from the traditional English language spoken by the folks that lived in the area about two thousand years back, before the Roman invasion. The words 'Moelbyrn' of 'Moel Vern' mean 'bare hill'.
The pleasant market town of Pershore is found on the banks of the Brook Avon and is famous for its Georgian design in Bridge Street and Broad Street.