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The ground has been developed over the years and whilst the addition of a Premier Inn is not particularly attractive New Road still retains a unique charm. Afternoon tea in the Ladies’ Pavilion is a “must” although unfortunately on our latest visit we were unable...More
Worcester is one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the country with the cathedral dominating the ground it is ideally situated by the side of the river and makes for a most beautiful setting,it holds around 5,000 with covered seating in parts,it has ample...More
Went to see Somerset versus Worcester this week, loads of room ,we could pick our seats, packed lunch, a beer from the bar, sunshine, a little too warm now and again, but a great day out, £16.00 a ticket, £6.00 to park in the council...More
Wrll this is a great place to have a go at playing golf as its a golf club no not a wooden club you bash people with, its an lron, no not a smoothing lron! A thing you bash a very small white ball into...More
Went here for a School Sports Day themed Birthday Party. No match on so plenty of free parking. Ice Cream and Prosecco and drinks served from 4pm onwards. Large lawned area all marked out for Games. Great fun, the up to one of the three...More
This isn't the size of Lords or the Oval, but is a traditional cricket ground with a nice feel. Having the view of the Cathedral in the background just adds that feel.
Drinks and food are fairly priced, although a bit limited.
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We went to watch Worcestershire vs. West Indies. As a mid week match there were few people and even less choice to eat. Burgers seemed to be the main option...I had one at £5 , and can honestly say it is the worst burger I...More
The view across the ground must be one of the best in England particularly when there is no scaffolding on the cathedral - not that this often is the case.
The Graham Hick pavilion is a functional building with a pleasing entrance showing Worcestershire cricket...More