We want you to have a good day out in historic Stoulton. Footpaths criss-cross almost 2,000 acres of beautiful, gently undulating countryside and the walking is not difficult. Birds
sing and butterflies flutter. If you are lucky you might just see a deer, or even a hare. Pass by ancient settlements with historic farmhouses, visit the small village of Stoulton
with its 900 year old church. Heritage detectives! Try to imagine them in Victorian, Tudor or even Anglo-Saxon times!
Car parking in Stoulton Village is not easy. The easiest places to park are at the station and in the car park at Stoulton Woodlands
If you are using the Village Hall you will probably be able to park outside.
If you at visiting St. Edmund's Church there is room for a few cars at the side of the road. Please DO NOT
park outside the Village Hall unless you have booked to use it.
If you are coming to walk the footpaths the very best place to park is in the car park at Stoulton Woodlands - from Worcester just drive through the
village and down the hill and you will find a brown sign to Stoulton Woodlands. All our walks start from the car park and it is an easy (maybe a muddy) walk up to the
There is space to park on the roadside on the road just off the B4084 towards the small settlement of Hawbridge. (see Map below). Driving from
Worcester towards Pershore drive through the village, continue straight on at the cross roads and then look for a right turn as you go down the hill and park at the side of the
road. On the road towards Worcester take the slip road to the left not long past the sign to The Woodlands, drive past Feli's, as you ascend the bank you will see where to park.
IThere are no public toilets in Stoulton. if you are using the church for a wedding or a funeral you may be able to make special arrangements to use the Village Hall
toilets. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The alternative is to visit a hostelry.