About

Honeybourne is a village a few miles east of Evesham in Worcestershire. It sits near the south-east edge of the district of Wychavon, close to the county borders of both Gloucestershire and Warwickshire.

Honeybourne’s population is approximately 1600 (correct as of the 2001 UK census) and it has two pubs, a school, a church, a post office, a number of other local small businesses and its own railway station.

Local amenities include a pottery, a conservation centre and a caravan park. There is also a small industrial estate outside the village, located close to the former airfield.

All of the header images used on this site were taken in the village.