How to find us
Maps and directions to the village
Badsey is in the Vale of Evesham,
right in the middle of England.
It is 2 miles east of the town of Evesham and 30 miles south of the City of Birmingham.
By rail, the nearest station is Evesham which has direct connections to London, Oxford and Worcester. Badsey is about 3 miles from Evesham station. Here is the Rail Timetable. Honeybourne station is also close if you have a car.
By coach, there are a number of long distance services to the bus station in Evesham. Not all information is available online but try the National Express Timetable.
Local buses run regularly between Badsey and Evesham. The journey takes about 12 minutes with about 20 buses running on weekdays dropping to about 5 on Sundays. For details of Worcestershire bus services phone 0345 125436 (local call rate).
Postcode: WR11 7EW (High Street).
OS grid reference: SP 069 435 (High Street).
Latitude and longitude 52.0876, -1.9000 (High Street).
By road from London, take the M40. For the more interesting route leave at J8 near Oxford and follow the A40 and A44 towards Evesham. For an easier route leave the M40 at J15 (note there is no J14) and follow the A 46 towards Evesham. Then follow the local directions below. Allow a little over 2 hours.
By road from Birmingham, follow the A435 and A46 to Evesham. Then follow the local directions below. Allow about an hour.
By road from Bristol, leave the M5 at J9 and follow the the A46. Then follow the local directions below. Allow about an hour.
By road from Nottingham, take the A42 and M42. Leave the M42 at J3 and follow the A435 and A46 to Evesham. Then follow the local directions below. Allow a little under 2 hours.
Local directions. Do not go into Evesham. Take the A46 which is the Evesham By Pass. Leave this at the B4035 roundabout following the signs to Badsey. After a mile turn right into the village.
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Here is the homepage for www.badsey.org.uk.