Bromyard :: The Jewel In The Downs

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Working with the Town Council, Bromyard Tourism and other organisations the Chamber of Commerce puts the case for  Bromyard as a good  place to live, work and do business.

The town is roughly equidistant between Hereford and Worcester. It has a population of about 4,500 but with as many again in the surrounding villages. Malvern with its Science Park and clusters of hi-tech businesses is within easy reach as are Leominster and Ledbury.

Broadband connections are being upgraded in Bromyard with completion by the end of 2018.

Businesses operating in the Bromyard area are incredibly diverse and include some which  are at the “cutting edge” in their respective technologies.   The Chamber can advise on  locations for new enterprises in the Bromyard area and help with any related issues.

Bromyard is fortunate to have  the Queen Elizabeth Humanities College which  is ranked among the best state schools of its kind in England  and which is supported by excellent primary schools

A very  wide range of  cultural and sporting activities are available.  Bromyard has its own purpose built theatre and it is home to a number of festivals which attract large numbers of visitors.

The High Street is thriving with a variety of interesting  independent retailers including butchers, delicatessen and artisan bakeries.

A well equipped gym, a wide range of exercise classes, a sports hall and a packed children’s activity programme are on offer at the “Bromyard Centre”.   Clubs and societies catering for all manner of interests abound and are always looking to welcome new members.

The Town is surrounded by farmland and the nearby Bromyard Downs providing ample opportunity to explore the rural hinterland.

Bromyard is a well balanced, friendly, welcoming  community offering many of the benefits of both town and country living.

Contact the Bromyard Chamber of Commerce and Industry (click here)  with any enquiries.

Learn more by visiting our Bromyard Links Library.