Wolverley Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Brown Westhead Park, Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 3PX

The Lock Inn Wolverley Road Wolverley Worcestershire DY10 3RN

Please be advised that reception opening times are between 8:00am and 4:30pm.

Relax in our well tended garden or sit under our large marquee with a wide choice of teas, coffees, bacon sandwiches, homemade cakes or the very popular Marshfield ice cream.

A popular canal side pub for people to come and relax in pleasant surroundings with welcoming, friendly staff, high quality home cooked food and a wide choice of drinks. Click here for here to view our menu.

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Show Your Mum You Care, Celebrate Mothers Day in style, click here to see our menu….

“Perfect afternoon tea” Visited here for the first time in May for a friend’s birthday afternoon tea. It was lovely from start to finish with perfect sandwiches, cakes and tea and an attention to detail that reflects how much the owners care about this tearoom.

Hours of opening are liable to change over bank holidays or when special events are taking place in the Village

Christmas carols around the tree, pumpkin carving for Halloween, Easter egg decorating and much more.

Wolverley was recorded in the Doomsday Book (1086) under an ancient spelling of Ulwardelie.[7]

@WCESS RT @alveleycc: Adult indoor nets starts today at @WCESS 4pm everyone welcome!

During the Second World War the US Army Medical Corps opened its award winning 52nd general hospital at Wolverley Camp.[17]

One of the unusual features of the area are rooms cut into the sandstone cliffs behind some of the houses. In the centre of the village, next to the Queen's Head Public House car-park are some caves which reflect this usage.[4]

100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.

@WCESS This Friday, 17th June 2016 at 6pm we are holding a dance show performed by our Wolverley sixth form students. Tickets are available now.

“We are located in the beautiful and tranquil village of Wolverley just outside Kidderminster and have been trading as The Old Village Store since November 2007.

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Wolverley is a village, and with nearby Cookley (1 mile to NE) forms a civil parish in the Wyre Forest District of Worcestershire, England. It is located 2 miles north of Kidderminster and lies on the River Stour, and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal. At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 2,096.[3]

There are numerous opportunities for family days out from the campsite. Explore 1,000 years of history at Hartlebury Museum near Kidderminster. Bodenham Aboretum and Earth Centre , Wolverley and Arley Aboretum, Arley village are wonderlands of trees and shrubs and for animal lovers the West Midland Safari and Leisure Park, Dudley Zoo and Rays Farm are not to be missed.

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According to ancient legend a crusading member of the Attwood family was rescued from a dungeon and returned to his home Wolverley Court by a swan.[9][10]

Surrounded by the stunning Worcestershire countryside and with the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal just 60 metres from site means you really can enjoy life in the slow lane. 

"Teachers have high expectations of pupils’ work, they use well-judged and often imaginative approaches that meet individual needs accurately.


@WCESS Our annual open evening will be coming up shortly! Please come join us at 6.30pm on Wednesday 21st September! https://t.co/xisAeByDe4

A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1913.

The Old Smithy Tearoom is situated just off the car park of the Lock in beautiful surroundings between the canal and the River Stour. Click here for tea room information.

Wolverley Lower Mill, which was established in 1670 by Philip Foley and Joshua Newborough, helped the village play a key role in the early tinplate industry.[15]

Everyone who works at the school is passionate about helping our students to learn and develop into responsible and well-rounded individuals. We place this goal at the heart of our drive for excellence.  Our Christian values and ethos of mutual respect and understanding are at our core.

If you are an existing parent or carer of a student at the school, we have a dedicated Wolverley Parents section just for you, where you can find out more information about key diary dates, catering, school transport, our uniform and much more.  To find out relevant dates, please take a look at the school calendar. 

We provide a range of catering options for weddings, funerals, birthdays, baby showers, picnics and much more...

We have such belief in the young people who come to Wolverley CE Secondary School that we challenge them daily to raise their sights to achieve more than they maybe believe that they can. Our school motto is ‘Ambition Unlimited’; our ambition for both the school itself and everyone who walks through its doors knows no bounds.

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Beautiful food served in vintage surroundings. Check out our daytime menu and our seasonal specials.

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Wolverley has the following facilities on or around the site.

Firm and insightful leadership has energised staff and improved standards of education. 

August 2016 Bryns blog for August 2016 including Exam Results! Read more

The Lock Inn Wolverley Road Wolverley Worcestershire DY10 3RN 01562 850581