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A tall spire which can be seen from far away and a landmark near the Cathedral.
It is the spire of a former church the rest of which has gone and the grounds are now a gardens sloping down to the river. The area in...More
The old church spire is a landmark in Worcester, welcoming visitors from the carpark by the river on the way to the High Street. It's an impressive and interesting building, and if you look toward the top you may be lucky enough to see a...More
Bags of rubbish hanging on the fence at the base, looks like a rough sleeper is kipping under the spire and a strong smell of an unknown substance as you walk around, not great. Enjoyed the display of snowdrops around the garden.
This prominent landmark is located near to the river in Worcester and next to the College in Deans Way. It dates from around the 15th century but was destroyed in a storm in 1733. The Spire was rebuilt and as far as I know, because...More
The Spire of St Andrew ( Glovers Needle) is a feature of Worcester skyline and is visible from far away. It is situated on Deansway Road, in St Andrew's Garden which leads down to South Quay and the River Severn. Worcester College of Technology is...More