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The Camp, Wolverley, Nr Kidderminster, Worcs, DY11 5XB
Web Site: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/info/paths/name/w/worcestershire
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Facilities: The Worcesrershire Way

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The Swan, Wolverley, Nr Kidderminster, Worcs, DY11 5XB
Web Site: www.stjohns-wolverley.org.uk
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Facilities: The legend of the swan is a tale about a knight brought back to his wife and house, Wolverley Court, by a swan. The iron fetters and statue came be viewed at the Church. The knights meadow is by the canal next to the lock pub.

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Drakelow Tunnels, Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 3RN
Web Site: www.drakelow.info/index.php/
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Facilities: Drakelow is an area of beautiful mixed woodland and heath land camouflaging a red sandstone escarpment, the vast majority of which has been untouched since before the Second World War.

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The Worcestershire Way -Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire
Web Site: www.ramblers.org.uk/info/paths/name/w/worcestershire
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Facilities: The Worcestershire Way is a countryside trail along the western edge of Worcestershire connecting Bewdley with the Malvern Hills. Passing through Kniver and Hobro, Wolverley.

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The Knights Meadow, Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 3RN
Web Site: www.drakelow.info/index.php/
Telephone: Email only
Facilities: The legend of the swan is a tale about a knight brought back to his wife and house, Wolverley Court, by a swan. The iron fetters and statue came be viewed at the Church. The knights meadow is by the canal next to the lock pub.

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William Sebright, Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 3RN
Web Site: www.drakelow.info/index.php/
Telephone: 0121 550 0777
Facilities: William Sebright set up a trust for education. He was a wealthy landowner and his family was first mentioned in the Wolverley parish registers for 1541.
 
 
For more information about the area, you can visit the Wolverley and Cookley Historical Society web site at www.wolverleycookleyhistorical.btck.co.uk


 

  

 

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