From our base in Pershore, we cover all areas across Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. As some may already know, during the Middle Ages much of the county’s economy was based on the wool trade!


Below are some of the areas we cover, and a few facts you may or may not know about where you live.


Pershore area, including Pinvin, Drakes Broughton, Fladbury, Peopleton, Defford, and everywhere in-between.

A short distance away from Pershore town centre stands Pershore Bridge, scene of Civil War skirmishes. Look closely and you will be able to see the scars of battle, also just outside the town is Tyddesley Wood that date back to the Ice Age and was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.


Evesham, including Badsey, the Littletons, Wickhamford, Honeybourne, Harvington, and surrounding areas including Broadway.

Evesham was originally named Homme or Haum and recorded as Eveshomme in 709 and Evesham in 1086. The town was formed around one of the largest abbeys in Europe during the 8th-century. Only Abbot Lichfield’s Bell Tower remains as it was destroyed during the Dissolution of the Monasteries.


Worcester, including St Johns, Norton, Warndon, Hallow and Powick.

Worcester during the nineteenth century contributed towards nearly half of the glove manufacturing in Britain, around 150 companies operated employing nearly 30,000 locals across Worcestershire.


Malvern and surroundings from Upton-upon-severn and Hanley Swan to Callow End and Kempsey.

The name Malvern comes from the ancient British moel-bryn, meaning “Bare or Bald Hill” One of the world’s longest-existing private constructors of automobiles, Morgan, have been making cars in Malvern since 1910.


Cheltenham, including Tewksbury, Bishop’s Cleeve and Winchcombe to Charlton Kings and Leckhampton.

Cheltenham, also known as Cheltenham Spa, takes its name from a small river called River Chelt, which can be found at Dowdeswell and runs through the town to join the river Severn. Horse racing also began in Cheltenham back in 1815 and as most know, is the home of the Gold Cup, a flagship race of British horse racing.


Stratford-upon-Avon area, from nearby Alcester and Bidford-on-Avon to Alveston and Wooton Wawen, including Henley-in-Arden and Chipping Campden.

Stratford is over 800 years old with Anglo-Saxon origins. As most know, you can’t mention Stratford without Shakespeare; being the birthplace of the world famous poet makes the town a very popular tourist destination receiving around 5 million visitors a year!


Droitwich, including Fernhill Heath, Holt Heath and Ombersley, to Wychbold and Upton Warren.

Droitwich Spa, is situated on large deposits of salt, and was a centre of salt production since Roman times, with one of the main Roman roads, The Salt Way, running through. The natural Droitwich brine is over 10 times stronger than sea water, and contains 2.5 lbs of salt per gallon, similar concentrations to the Dead Sea in Jordan.


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If you live outside of these areas don’t panic, we may already have customers in your area and will be more than pleased to discuss your requirments. Please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01386 640595. Click here to contact us via our contact form.