The village offers completely self contained living with local stores, primary school, a host of great pubs and even a beautifully sited cricket club to complete the classic English village scene.
Lying in some of North Worcestershire’s finest countryside, this lovely village used to be a hotbed of scythe production up until the last century, through mills fed by the streams and pools that crisscross the area.
Today, Belbroughton is an upmarket, well serviced rural retreat offering huge character from the lovely High Street that meanders through its centre to the lanes that host a variety of charming period homes suiting all pockets as well as more recent modern schemes in the heart of the village.
The thriving population has a strong sense of community through its many clubs and local organisations, one of which is responsible for the annual ‘Scarecrow Weekend’ at the end of September which raises funds for numerous groups and charities.
The ideal base for commuting. Belbroughton lies just off the Worcester Road A450 which connects to the M5 close to Worcester City itself.