Welcome to Bromsgrove

Bromsgrove refers to both the market town, and the wider Bromsgrove district, which covers the nearby Worcestershire countryside and villages. Originally documented in the 9th century as ‘Bremesgraf’, Bromsgrove later became world famous for its nail making. Bromsgrove was also home to the craftsmen and artisans of the Bromsgrove Guild who famously made the beautiful gates of Buckingham Palace and the statue of the Fortune Theatre in Drury Lane. Today it is home to the Avoncroft Open Air Museum, Sanders Park, The Jinney Ring Craft Centre and the Worcester to Birmingham Canal route. Bromsgrove is also near the famous Lickey, Clent and Waseley Hills.

 

From our town centre office we serve the whole of Bromsgrove, providing both sales and lettings services to sellers, buyers, landlords, and tenants. We are also proud to have an in-house, specialist, independent Bromsgrove mortgage advisor who can help with all financial service enquiries, and look over the whole of the market to get you the best deal.

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Bromsgrove operates the Worcestershire three tier system of First School (ages 5-9), Middle School (ages 10-13) and High School (ages 13-18). The...
The A38 runs through the east of the town, allowing for very quick access to the M5 which borders the town to the west, and the M42 which starts at the...
For buyers Bromsgrove is a popular market town, with a mixture of different types of housing. The town also forms part of the wider Bromsgrove District....
Bromsgrove has a diverse job market with a variety of companies and industries represented and a market which is strong and continuing to grow. Residents...
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