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Ringing Tower Locations
the Cathedral Teaching Centre
8 College Yard
Worcester Cathedral website
Old St. Martin in the Cornmarket
St. John Baptist, Claines
St. Stephen, Barbourne
St. Stephen’s Street
See the Visit Worcester website for travel information.
For up to date information on car parking in the city centre see the Worcester City Council webpage.
Places to eat
There are lots of restaurants and cafés in the High Street and Friar Street. The curry area is the Tything, north of the city centre, just past Foregate Street station.
In the immediate vicinity of the Cathedral there is Goodroots, The King’s Head, Zizzis and Pizza Express. The Cathedral has it’s own café which is open every day from 1000 to 1700 (Sundays 1030 to 1600).
Places to drink
Close to the Cathedral are The Plough, The Cardinal’s Hat and Kings Charles II House. The Mug House is in the grounds of St. John Baptist, Claines. Appropriately named, The Bell is close to St. John in Bedwardine.
Places to stay
County Ground, New Road, Worcester, WR2 4RL
A newly built hotel next to the cricket ground, in sight of the Cathedral.
Cathedral Plaza, Worcester WR1 2QS
In the centre of town, opposite the Cathedral in the newly redeveloped Cathedral Square.
For more information about accommodation in and around the city centre, see the Visit Worcester website.