About Chaddesley Corbett Parish
If you are looking for things to do in Worcestershire then the parish of Chaddesley Corbett is the right place to come! You may be looking for walks in Worcestershire, in which case you can pick up the Monarch’s Way, a long walk which will take you past the beautiful moated Harvington Hall or maybe you prefer a woodland walk in which case you can follow paths for the Royal Hunters Forest Walks which you can pick up from Chaddesley Village. Both of these activities are ideal for a day out with the kids. Stop, pause and take in the surrounding nature : the bluebells are beautiful in the Springtime and if you listen carefully you can hear woodcock and chiffchaff
Within the village but within the parish you will find everything from carp fishing through to historic places. If you are looking for a free day out in Worcestershire than Chaddesley Corbett is, indeed, the place to visit.
In Saxon times Chaddesley was originally named Cad lea or the place of Chad. In the Domesday Book our parish is referred to as Cedeslai.
Chaddesley Corbett History Society Wednesday February16th 7.30pm There is more to a Needle than meets the Eye. by Jo-Ann Gloger Jo Ann Cloger The Forge Mill Needle Museum in Redditch will be our speaker on February 16th. (text here is from Needle Museum website)...
Food & Drink
Satisfy your love of food and drink in our beautiful Parish. Here you can find wholesome desserts (apple crumble anyone?) and quintessential pub favourites such as fish and chips, flat iron steak and Yorkshire pudding. Want to go posher with seabass? Our beautiful local hotels can offer gastronomic excellence.
In our Parish you can connect with the long, storied history of England. Immerse yourself with exciting stories from the past
There is nothing like the English countryside for a rural escape. In the Parish of Chaddesley Corbett you can step into a quaint patchwork of chocolate box villages and hamlets. Or simply enjoy the simple pleasure of walking through historic woodland