About Bromsgrove

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Bromsgrove Business

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Bromsgrove Regeneration

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Enjoy Bromsgrove

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Latest News

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Interactive Map

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Summer Magazine

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Lying in the lee of Clee Hills at the very edge of Worcestershire, Hagley is an unusually well-connected place that is growing into one of the county’s most in-demand places to live.

With Bromsgrove, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Kidderminster and the Merry Hill shopping centre all nearby, and with Birmingham city centre just ten miles away, the roughly 6,000 residents of Hagley are spoiled for choice, but they don’t have to travel far to their own independent local shops and restaurants around Worcester Road.

Many people visit Hagley for the events and tours at the iconic Hagley Hall, a Grade I listed home and registered historic park and garden set in about 180 hectares of grounds, and children and their families from miles around come to Hagley’s top schools. Did you know Hornby used the footbridge over the Kidderminster to Birmingham railway line at Hagley as the design for their model railway footbridge?