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Visit Redditch

Welcome to Visit Redditch

‘That remarkable little Worcestershire Town’ - Household Words Magazine, Charles Dickens 1850.

That was the Redditch that beheld the famous Charles Dicken and our historic town is justly famous for its industrial heritage of needles, fishing tackle, springs and many more industries. It is  set within the beautiful county of Worcestershire and within easy reach of some of Britain's most pleasing countryside and attractions Today, the town is at the heart of the British motorway network giving easy and fast connections to the rest of the country. Birmingham, England's second city, with its theatres, symphony orchestra, ballet and other attractions, is just 14 miles away. Within easy reach, these include Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare's birthplace and home of theatre), Warwick Castle, four National Trust properties within 20 minutes, Avoncroft Museum, the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. Please spend time to browse our website to see the many advantages of spending your stay at our attractive town.

Welcome

Visit Redditch

Welcome to Visit Redditch

‘That remarkable little Worcestershire Town’ -

Household Words Magazine, Charles Dickens

1850.

That was the Redditch that beheld the famous Charles Dicken and our historic town is justly famous for its industrial heritage of needles, fishing tackle, springs and many more industries. It is  set within the beautiful county of Worcestershire and within easy reach of some of Britain's most pleasing countryside and attractions Today, the town is at the heart of the British motorway network giving easy and fast connections to the rest of the country. Birmingham, England's second city, with its theatres, symphony orchestra, ballet and other attractions, is just 14 miles away. Within easy reach, these include Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare's birthplace and home of theatre), Warwick Castle, four National Trust properties within 20 minutes, Avoncroft Museum, the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. Please spend time to browse our website to see the many advantages of spending your stay at our attractive town.