Pershore is served by the X50 bus which runs from Worcester to Evesham along the B4084 road.
Local villages can be accessed by the ‘Village Hopper’ 564/565 route which links the local villages with both Pershore and Evesham.
For shorter journeys around Pershore Town, the 566 ‘Plumline’ service is ideal. This service also links the Train Station with the town centre.
Bus timetables can be found on the Worcestershire County Council website.
Pershore Railway Station
Pershore can be reached direct by rail from Oxford and London Paddington, or via
Worcester, from Birmingham and the North or from Hereford. The centre of town is
roughly a 30 minute walk from the station. Alternatively you can catch the Plumline 566 bus service or Village Hopper 565 from the stop on Station Approach.
Facilities at the station include:
Ticket machines (unmanned)
Car park (10 spaces)
Bicycle parking (6 spaces)
No taxi rank – call in advance for a taxi to meet you
Step free Category A station – step free access to the platform
Ramp for train access
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The River Avon
The River Avon connects several counties and travels through the notable towns of Rugby, Warwick, Stratford on Avon, Evesham and Tewkesbury. There are a number of places to moor within a short walk of the town; the most popular being King George’s Field where there are facilities for water and toilet emptying. Other options are Pershore Bridges Moorings (flood safe) and White Railings Mooring located near to Kingfisher Wharfe just outside the town.
Pershore is on cycle route 442
There are 5 cycle parking bays situated in Pershore:
Asda Car Park (20 spaces)
Pershore Leisure Centre (6 spaces)
Pershore Hospital and Medical Practice (4 spaces)
Abbey Park (8 spaces)
Broad Street (12 spaces)
Pershore Railway Station (6 spaces)
Please visit the Visitor Information Centre for more information on local cycle routes