The humble West Midlands city of Worcester knows how to make a first impression. It sits along the running waters of the River Severn, surrounded by stunning countryside and is home to many historical buildings, including the medieval Worcester Cathedral, the handsome Guildhall and the National Trust’s restored Greyfriar’s House and Garden. Its rich history is proudly displayed across museums like The Commandery, while the area’s passion for the arts can be felt in the contemporary displays at the City Art Gallery.
Alongside its many cultural attractions, Worcester is also home to a packed calendar of annual events. From hard-fought sporting contests by Worcester Warriors, Worcester City FC and Worcestershire County Cricket Club to music festivals and celebrations of literature, food and motoring, there really is something to suit everyone. And if that wasn’t enough, there’s also an array of characterful pubs, exceptional eateries, independent stores and even a spacious nature reserve to keep you busy.
With such a unique character, picturesque setting and abundance of attractions, it’s no wonder that Worcester was recently ranked as the UK’s happiest city, as well as being one of the top ten safest places to live in Britain by Provident’s Personal Credit’s survey.
If you want to become one of the happy Worcester residents but are struggling to get a foot on the property ladder, then Shared Ownership homes in Worcester can help you achieve your ambitions. Help to Buy homes in Worcester can also make it easier to set down roots in an area you love.
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