Inkberrow is one of the largest villages in Worcestershire with a population of around 2000.
Nestling between two hills on the A422, Inkberrow occupies an ideal rural location between Worcester (12 miles), Redditch (8 miles) Alcester (6 miles),Pershore (10 miles) and Evesham (8 miles) with public transport links to all towns .
Inkberrow also comprises the hamlets of Little Inkberrow, Holberrow Green and Morton-under-Hill. The village has spectacular views to Bredon Hill and the Malvern Hills , and on clear days to the Black Mountains in Wales , making it an ideal location for trips to the Cotswolds, Birmingham , Wales , and the West Country.
It is rich in flora and fauna, and the landscape is ideal for walking on the many footpaths around the village, cycling along the lanes, rambling, or horse-riding on the numerous bridleways
The village now known as Inkberrow has its first recorded mention in the Domesday Book as "Interberga".
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