The Kings Arms, Ombersley
Ombersley shown within Worcestershire
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The village of Ombersley is in the Wychavon District Council area of Worcestershire. The first known reference to the village was the granting of a Charter to Abbot Egwin, later Saint Egwin, of Evesham Abbey in 706 AD. This was the Charter of King Æthelweard of the Hwicce, which granted twelve cassates in Ombersley to the Benedictine Abbey at Evesham.
O.S. Ref: SO844635 6 miles north of Worcester, 4 miles west of Droitwich, on the intersection of the A449 & A4133
- Article about Ombersley, The Birmingham Post (May 2006)
- University of London & History of Parliament Trust (2003–2007). "Houses of Benedictine monks - Abbey of Evesham". British History Online. Retrieved 2007-04-01.
- 'Parishes: Ombersley', A History of the County of Worcester: volume 3 (1913), pp. 460-468.
- Staff. Ombersley Conservation Area Appraisal Wychavon District Council, June 2005
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