Offenham is everything a village should be.
Nestled in the heart of Worcestershire, Offenham is an idyllic village with two cracking pubs, a village hall that hosts lots of weekly activities, a well stocked village shop, a thriving community and a 64 foot maypole. It’s the tallest maypole in the country – it’s danced around on May Day and celebrated around on New Years Eve.
Mr and Mrs Clarke love Offenham’s community spirit. There is a biannual ball, where locals can be found dressed in their best tucker and dining on gourmet fayre. The Wake Week is a week of village events and street parties with food stalls, music and lots of good old fashioned fun.
Offenham sits near Evesham and is close to Worcester, Stratford upon Avon and the Cotswolds. It boasts not one but two pubs, a lively village community and a direct train to London is nearby. That must be why Mr and Mrs Clarke love this pretty village.
Offenham is possibly the best positioned place in the country… Evesham is minutes away, Stratford upon Avon, Worcester and the Cotswolds a short cycle or drive, and there is a direct train into Paddington. The M5 and M42 are close by, which opens the UK up for work or travel.
- Closest village/town: Offenham
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: The Village Stores.
- Supermarket: Waitrose is coming...
- Pubs: Two Crackers. The Bridge Inn and The Fish & Anchor
- Walks: Endless countryside walks and riverside strolls.