About Ombersley & Doverdale

Ombersley & Doverdale is a parish rich in history and heritage set in the stunning Worcestershire countryside. Central is the ‘black and white’ village of Ombersley, surrounded by idyllic rural hamlets in this, the largest parish in Wychavon.

There are three conservation areas, Ombersley, Uphampton and Northampton, and 150 listed buildings including two notable churches, St. Andrews and St. Mary’s. The Grade 1 listed Ombersley Court was the home of the late Lord and Lady Sandys.

Bordered along the west by the River Severn, it is an excellent base for walking and cycling. The cathedral city of Worcester is a few miles down the road, and the charming town of Droitwich with its ancient high street is close by. There is plenty happening here to make it a wonderful place to live, and a fabulous area to visit.

History

Home to the late Sandys family of Ombersley Court and lots more!

Conservation

Overseen by the Ombersley Conservation Trust, our major land owner. They also look after Millennium Orchard in the village of Ombersley.

Conservation Trust

Conservation Areas

Churches

We have two fine churches in the parish: St Andrew’s Church in Ombersley and St Mary’s Church in Doverdale

St Andrew's Church

St Mary's Church