The picturesque Parish of Feckenham located just south of Birmingham, is the sort of traditional English countryside hamlet that you’ll find in a picture book.
In the Village itself, there’s a village green, two busy family-run pubs and two active parish churches.
The village has its own first school, and the local secondary is a short distance away in the village of Astwood Bank.
The recently refurbished Village Hall hosts a wide variety of social and community events and is in constant use by the parishoners.
The local community is very active and has a lively calendar of events, including cricket matches most weekends in the summer and football during the winter months.
The surrounding countryside is an idyllic place to ramble and recharge the batteries. There is even a nature reserve at nearby Wylde Moor, where you can see a glorious selection of wild flowers, insects and birds.
Redditch town centre is only about six miles away, providing a wide selection of indoor and outdoor leisure activities including, theatres, pubs, restaurants and an excellent selection of local shopping.
Within easy reach of the Parish are the following villages and towns:
Alcester, Astwood Bank, Hanbury, Bradley Green, Redditch, Droitwich, Studley, Sambourne and many more.
The Parish enjoys easy access to both the M5 and M42 motorways and is easily navigated due to the fast flowing dual carriageway system in nearby Redditch.
All in all, Feckenham Parish is a great place to be…..