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Church Lench is the largest of a clutch of villages known as the Lenches, and is quiet and pretty and set within acres of fine countryside. The thriving market town of Evesham, meanwhile, is approximately five miles away and offers bustling streets, historic architecture and a thriving community.
Church Lench enjoys all the amenities of a prosperous village and is home to facilities such as The Lenches Sports Club, The Lenches Members’ Club, Church Lench First School, Church Lench pre-school and the Church Lench Village Hall.
With a population approaching 24,000, Evesham offers a diverse selection of local amenities, including a recently-refurbished library a local museum and Tourist Information Centre, a community hospital and excellent schooling.
Leisure and pleasure
There are many local footpaths around Church Lench, offering access to the breath-taking local countryside. The River Avon in Evesham is a popular local attraction, while those looking for culture will find plenty to enjoy at Evesham Arts Centre and the Regal Cinema.
The Evesham Leisure Centre has two swimming pools, a climbing wall, a 100-station fitness room and a beauty salon.
Wages are rising in the area and unemployment is low compared to the national average, and falling. Many different companies are attracted to this part of the Midlands and migration to the area is a continuing trend with young families and professionals.
Development work taking place to the east of the M5 at Worcester will bring thousands of jobs to the area, which will only increase the appeal of Church Lench or Evesham as a base.
There are local bus services from Church Lench, while the nearest train station is Evesham. The village is easily accessible by road, with the A46 and A44 carriageways both nearby.
Evesham has excellent access to the UK’s road and rail infrastructure. Birmingham (with its international airport) is a 40-minute drive away, while rail services in the Vale of Evesham are provided by First Great Western with direct links to Oxford, Reading, Worcester and London Paddington.