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We were shopping in town so took my grandson once more on long walk round the river severn .Lovely exercise , views from bridges of country lock, weir, river really good to get a history of the people who lived here and associated with it...More
We arrived at Diglis Waterside much by mistake as we took to walk from the centre of Worcester down the river's edge.
The Diglis bridge itself is a pretty, modern view and gives some nice views up and down the river.
There is a good...More
We were shopping in town so took the opportunity to take my grandson once more on a circular walk Great exercise , views of country lock, weir, river and wildlife good exercise but relaxing too .A lot of runners and cyclist around
Was in town again with some of the family so took my grandson for a long walk whilst my wife & daughter were shopping, Great views and popular with all ages and plenty of cyclists and dog walkers around too
My grandson was so absorbed...More
This is well worth a visit if you are in Worcester. Historically it is where larger river boats unloaded onto canal narrowboats to deliver goods on the Birmingham Worcester canal.
Nowadays it is a smart marina with a pub a cafe and a lively atmosphere.
Was in town with family so took my grandson for a long walk whilst other relatives were shopping!
The pathways and pedestrian bridges really well maintained enabling really panoramic views to be obtained, looking back into Worcester, Severn River, Malvern’s & Diglis Weir etc. –my...More
I live close by to the Diglis basin and always make a point of taking friends there when they come to visit as it one of the most pleasant parts of Worcester and serves as a lovely walk into town.
The local pub does great...More
This is a nice spot. You get the feel that you're on holiday strolling around these waterways. A lovely place to live for those by the water but why the social housing...a political imperative. The obligatory washing machine on the front lawn and peeling paintwork...we...More