Weekend City Breaks

Worcester should be a destination for weekend City Breaks. It has history and the whole city is small enough to get around by walking or bike. It should be the next York.
1. Attractions such as the City Museum open on Sundays
2. Clear signage from the train stations to attractions
3. Bike hire with different types of bikes e.g. cargo bikes, baby seats, dog trailers
4. Better cycle routes including dropping the ban about cycling through the city centre
5. A boutique hotel (old Fire Station would be perfect)
6.Boat hire at the Quay
7. More sporting events at the Arena
8. Improved markets for example a Made in Worcestershire market

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4 comments on “Weekend City Breaks

  1. Totally agree with the other comnent,
    bicycles on the busy city pedestrian streets has the potential to cause lots of accidents. Unfortunately a few cyclists being inconsiderate to others ruins it for the rest.
    I think they already do reenactment things with people from the Commandery etc I’m sure I’ve seen them on New street & Friar street. But, yes more of that & greater advertising for it.
    This could also work really well with with the art suggestion.

  2. Totally agree with above,
    bicycles on the busy city pedestrian streets has the potential to cause lots of accidents. Unfortunately a few cyclists being inconsiderate to others ruins it for the rest.
    I think they already do reenactment things with people from the Commandery etc I’m sure I’ve seen them on New street & Friar street. But, yes more of that & greater advertising for it.
    This could also work really well with with the art suggestion.

  3. Cycles through the highstreet would be a nightmare for the visually impaired and those of us with mobility issues.
    Would be nice to see continuing collaboration between venues like the Commandery and Tudor House/Greyfriars and Worcester Reenactors for costumed living history events.

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