Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK. Their mission is to bring about the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.
Trimpley Village Hall is also available for private hire for parties/functions/events [see Booking Information and Hire Charges].
Pig sties have been reconstructed to provide garden storage while a detached traditional outbuilding is now a home office with Victorian style fireplace and shower room. Sitting in nine acres of land, the main Grade II listed residence is Georgian – built in the early 19th century with 20th century additions that echo the grandeur of the original house.
In 1357 John Atte Wode, an usher of the king's chamber, obtained a license to maintain a priest at Trimpley. The medieval chapel, founded by endowment as a chantry chapel, was dissolved at the Reformation. The present Trimpley Church was built in 1844 in a Norman style as a chapel of ease.
Is your business dog friendly? You can list your details for FREE in the Walkiees dog friendly directory.
It is recommended you take a map with you when following a walk route. The preferred scale is 1:25000 used by the Explorer series. Note If two maps are listed at the same scale then either (a) both are required for full coverage of the route or (b) the route is covered on both maps.
A classic pillared portico makes a fine entrance. The reception hall has elegant arched openings and doors to the formal reception rooms which include a music room, dining room, drawing room and sitting room.
Pass under the magnificent cast iron Victoria Bridge spanning the Severn and bearing the SVR to the West bank. Continue along this wonderful stretch of river to the village of Arley with its tea shop, Post Office (the Salcome Dairy ice cream comes highly recommended here), pub and Arley SVR station. The station and pub require a short detour over the footbridge, but are well worth the effort if you have the time.
If you’ve never sailed before we offer learn to sail courses throughout the year. If you’ve done some sailing before we can help you improve; we have club racing all year round, and training courses to help you get better.
Similar wrought iron gates give access to a stoned drive which is flanked by park railings and a gently sloping paddock leading to traditional brick outbuildings providing gardener’s day accommodation together with extensive dry storage.
Towards the northern boundary is a large partly walled garden complete with a seating terrace and a Hydro Spa.
If you do not have an account yet, you can create a free one now, it only takes a few minutes.
Local facilities include a parish church and village hall.
Tell us about it and, if possible, send us a picture.
A former ha-ha has been transformed into a water feature which trickles through well stocked rockeries and shrubberies.
Rose beds and gravelled paths are lined with dwarf box hedging all set within a former walled garden supporting mature figs and vines together with a wide variety of prolific shrubs.
It is not uncommon for a fine country house to come complete with an all-weather tennis court.
Trimpley Village Hall is situated at the heart of the village and is available for use by the surrounding community.
Holbeache Farm is located just outside of Kidderminster at Trimpley and will be well signposted on the day. Sat Navs can use the postcode DY12 1PB.
To the south lies a beautifully maintained lawn, while to the north is a blue brick courtyard featuring an ornamental carp pool.
The show opens at 10.30 on and will close at approximately 4.30. As always there will be plenty to see and do to keep you entertained.
Self Catering DirectoryA wide range of properties throughout UK & Europe
There is a modern kitchen, with serving hatch, cooker, microwave, refrigerator, kettle, crockery and cutlery. There are light weight folding tables, 80 comfortable, upholstered chairs, and a demountable stage which can be used in a variety of ways. The modern toilet block includes disabled facilities. Adequate parking is available adjacent to the Hall.
Towels at the ready? This walk might get wet!
Trimpley House in Trimpley, Worcestershire, comes with a rather unusual leisure facility in the form of a squash court.
The master suite is light and spacious with a lavishly laid out en suite that has a central claw foot bath, steam/shower enclosure, twin console style old English style basins and matching toilet, all set over an Italian marble floor.
Available by separate negotiation is The Beeches, former stables now converted into an energy efficient home.
All boast tall ceilings, deep moulded dentilled cornicing, open fireplaces fitted with carved Beauty Stone surrounds and hearth together with significant reclaimed cast iron radiators.
For an easy to print version of this walk description and outline map Click Here
The kitchen is fitted with bespoke oak units with polished granite work surfaces and black Aga. There is also a utility.
Self Catering Directory - Properties throughout the UK & Europe
Day out for all the family- see the horses at work, rest & play- come and see if there are any foals!
On the first floor there is a galleried landing which mirrors the style of the reception hall with tall ceilings, moulded cornicing and panelled doors with deep architraves.
The foals will be in the stables ready to meet you and there will be lots going on in the working field where you can stand and watch these beautiful creatures at work, as they used to do; ploughing and muck spreading. So please come along and help support us in raising . All proceeds of the show are donated to several local charities as well as the Suffolk Punch Horse Society.
The drive opens out around an island enhanced by a trio of cascading water features set beneath specimen firs.
On the second floor there are three further bedrooms and two exceptional bathrooms.
A rear walled courtyard garden is centred around a pebbled water feature with flagstone paths and gravelled beds interspersed with shrubs.
The are four more first floor bedrooms, presently providing dressing and guest room accommodation, and a well equipped family bathroom.
The property is approached through electrically operated ornate gates set between pillars and walling.
Ordnance Survey Map showing starting point of walk - Click Here