Hallow offers a surprising number of local amenities for a small village. There is a well-regarded primary school, village shop, Post Office, parish hall and pub, as well as the beautiful church of St. Philip and St. James. Nearby Worcester offers numerous restaurants, shops and entertainment venues.
There is an equestrian centre within the village offering riding lessons, stabling and local countryside hacks.
Because of its enviable position on the outskirts of Worcester, Hallow offers a wealth of countryside pursuits. With stunning footpaths, cycling routes and bridleways leading from the village itself, dog walkers and hikers will have plenty of exploring to do.
Worcester Golf and Country Club lies 10 minutes away, to the southwest of Worcester. And the local Grimley Brick Pits nature reserve boasts the largest heronry in Worcestershire.
Worcestershire has extremely low unemployment levels and is seeing increasing migration levels into the area. The county is investing heavily in its future, making the most of its excellent mid-country location and motorway network links.
The Worcester SIX development to the east of the M5, between junctions six and seven, is
The village is just a few miles drive from Worcester’s two railway stations. From here, trains depart regularly to Birmingham, Cheltenham, Gloucester, London Paddington and the West Country. There are several bus services a day travelling between Kidderminster and Worcester.
For commuters, it is less than 10 miles to the M5, J6. And Birmingham Airport is only 45 minutes’ drive via the M5 / M42.