Recently, the team from MP Nigel Huddleston's Mid Worcestershire parliamentary office spent an enjoyable day exploring the picturesque village of Broadway. The visit provided the team with a fantastic opportunity to familiarise themselves with the local area and connect with the community they proudly serve.
The day began with a visit to the iconic Broadway Tower. This 18th-century architectural gem offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside, and the team was delighted to take in the beauty and history of this local landmark. They even had the chance to meet some friendly four-legged residents – the tower's resident herd of red deer!
From the tower, the team ventured into the heart of Broadway, exploring the village's charming shops, galleries, and cafes. They were sure to support local businesses as they enjoyed a bit of shopping and indulged in delicious treats along the way. It was a pleasure to see the bustling activity and charm that make Broadway such a special place.
Although they didn't have the opportunity to visit the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery on this trip, the team acknowledged its importance as a cultural hub in the area. The museum houses an incredible collection of art and artefacts, offering a fascinating glimpse into Broadway's rich heritage, and serves as a reminder of the importance of preserving and celebrating local history.
As the day came to a close, the team felt grateful for the chance to immerse themselves in the beauty and vibrancy of Broadway. The day was filled with laughter, learning, and a renewed appreciation for the wonderful community they serve. Inspired by the places and faces that make the region extraordinary, MP Nigel Huddleston's team remains more committed than ever to continue working hard on behalf of the people of Mid Worcestershire.
Keep an eye out for more updates on their adventures in Mid Worcestershire as they continue to discover the hidden gems in this amazing part of the country.