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Bewdley is a market town in the Wyre Forest District in Worcestershire, on the banks of the River Severn near Kidderminster. Bewdley is a popular tourist destination and is known for the Bewdley Bridge, designed by Thomas Telford, and the well preserved Georgian riverside.


Bewdley lies on the River Severn with the Bewdley Bridge connecting the east and west sides.

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Bewdley is 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Kidderminster, 10 miles (16 km) north of Worcester and 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Birmingham.

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  • 1 Bewdley Bridge. A stone bridge built by engineer Thomas Telford. Bewdley Bridge (Q4899738) on Wikidata Bewdley Bridge on Wikipedia
  • 2 Bewdley Museum, Load St, DY12 2AE, +44 845 603 5699. Resident craftspeople, fascinating indoor and outdoor displays, daily traditional craft demonstrations, varied events, activities and exhibitions. Delightful gardens and cafe. Bewdley Museum (Q18974884) on Wikidata Bewdley Museum on Wikipedia
  • 3 West Midland Safari Park, Spring Grove, DY12 1LF, +44 1299 402114. West Midland Safari Park (Q7985928) on Wikidata West Midland Safari Park on Wikipedia
  • 4 Arley Arboretum & Gardens, Arley, DY12 1XG, +44 1299 861368.


  • 1 Severn Valley Railway (Bewdley Station), Station Road. Severn Valley Railway (Q7457957) on Wikidata Severn Valley Railway on Wikipedia
  • 2 Wyre Forest. Wyre Forest (Q8040451) on Wikidata Wyre Forest on Wikipedia




Bewdley is also home to its own beer brewery which offers a small tour and opportunities to ask questions.



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Routes through Bewdley
ShrewsburyLudlow  N  S  Herefordmerges with A40
merges with A49 ← Tenbury Wells ←  W  E  KidderminsterBirmingham

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