Elmley Castle Village Plan.
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Published by Worcestershire County Council .
Written in English

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Takeaway & Village Shop Menu; Xmas Menu ; Real Ales, Ciders & Lagers; Wine List; Opening Times; Local Information. Local Attractions; Local Partners; Local Accommodation. Haselor Farm; The Lodge at Elmley Meadow; The Orchard Getaway; Lime Treehouse; Well Furlong; Mill Lodge; Local Walks. A walk around Elmley Castle; Bredon Hill walk (   Welcome to the Queen Elizabeth, a community owned Traditional Village Inn and Restaurant in the heart of the beautiful and historic Worcestershire village of Elmley Castle. We offer a welcoming, comfortable hostelry in the great tradition of this recently renovated 16th century building/5(). Elmley Castle, a village and a parish in Worcestershire. The village stands near the boundary with Gloucestershire, under Bredon Hill, 3 miles NW of Hint-on station on the M.R., 4 SE of Pershore, and 4½ SW by W of Evesham, and has a post office under Pershore; money order and telegraph office, Pershore. It was once a on: Elmley Castle, Worcestershire. Welcome to the Queen Elizabeth, a Traditional Village Inn and Restaurant in the heart of the beautiful Worcestershire village of Elmley Castle. Our aim is to be a welcoming, comfortable hostelry in the great tradition of this 16th century building. Whether you are looking for a quick drink with friends, a warming cup of coffee and .

The mansion of Elmley Castle was a large stone Elizabethan house of two stories with gabled attics. The plan seems to have been originally E-shaped, but in the house was entirely remodelled and the character of the plan transformed by filling the arms of the E with brick additions, the south or garden front being refaced with brick to harmonize in appearance with the new building.   Elmley Castle is a pretty village at the foot of Bredon Hill; with a large number of half-timbered cottages and St. Mary’s Church that boasts medieval sculpture. On the slopes of Bredon Hill are the remains of the Norman castle which gave the village its name. From the village centre a lane leads south, up the slope of Bredon Hill. Henry Bluck, born in Elmley, lived here until his death in ; he, too, was a farmer and had a son, also Henry born in Elmley; Henry junior remained at home in Elmley until at least , but by had moved to Ashford in Kent where he was by that time well established as a miller. This is the official website of Elmley Castle, Bricklehampton & Netherton Parish Council. Our Parish Clerk is Andrew Robinson ( – during office hours) (e mail: [email protected]) This website also contains the website of our parish’s Community Hall (“the Village Hall”) which you can find here.. Parish Council meetings.

The QE continues to offer a Takeaway Menu and essential items through the Village Shop (see Menus for details) Takeaways and Village Shop Available 5th Nov to 22nd Nov: - Thursday to Saturday, - Sunday We will be closed from 23rd Nov to 2nd Dec. Elmley Residents Get Their Pub Back 6 December With so many pubs closing, it was good news for the residents of Elmley Castle on Sunday when their local, the Queen Elizabeth, was officially re-opened by the leader. Elmley Castle, located 1/2 mile south of the village of Elmley Castle and 12 miles south-east of the city of Worcester, in Worcestershire, was a late 11th century earthwork and timber castle which received stone additions in the 12th and possibly 13th g but the earthworks survive. The ruins of an important Norman and medieval castle, from which the village derives its name, are located in the deer park, just over half a mile south on Bredon castle is supposed to have been built by Robert d'Abitot le Despenser in the years following the Norman his death (post ) it descended to his brother, Urse the sheriff, and on his death c. , it then.