Our parish consists of Bishampton, Throckmorton and Tilesford and lies between Pershore, Evesham and Worcester. Currently, there are approximately 300 homes, of mixed style constructed from the 1600s to contemporary builds. St James’ Church is situated in Bishampton and Throckmorton and Tilesford share The Chapelry.
The Parish Council own the Dolphin Public House, the Bishampton Village Stores and the flat above. Places of interest include the Nature Reserve, War Memorial and nearby cricket pitch all complimented by beautiful countryside walks. Further amenities include the Bishampton and Villages Hall with 2 separate play areas, one for under 10s and one for older children; a golf course; a hair salon and a Christmas tree farm with reindeers to visit.
The small village of Throckmorton houses a village Hall, and a historic airfield which showcases various public events. Tilesford consists mainly of houses built for servicemen during the War as well as a care home for the elderly.
Images of the villages can be seen on the Gallery page.
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