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For hamlet of Harvington in the civil parish of Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire see Harvington Hall
Harvington is located in Worcestershire
 Harvington shown within Worcestershire
District Wychavon
Shire county Worcestershire
Region West Midlands
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Evesham
Postcode district WR11
Police West Mercia
Fire Hereford and Worcester
Ambulance West Midlands
EU Parliament West Midlands
UK Parliament Mid Worcestershire
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Coordinates: 52°08′35″N 1°55′33″W / 52.143077°N 1.925876°W / 52.143077; -1.925876

Harvington is a village near Evesham in Worcestershire, England.


Harvington is first mentioned in the Anglo Saxon charters of 709CE when it was known as Herverton; in the Middle Ages it was called Herwynton.

Notable residents[edit]

Adam de Harvington, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1327-1330, took his surname from his native village. William de Harvington, possibly Adam's cousin, was Abbot of Pershore Abbey 1307-1340.


The famous portrait artist lives in Harvington. She recently staged a sell-out art exhibition involving a watermelon.


Harvington has a number of amenities including a shop, farm shop and Post Office. There are two pubs - the Golden Cross and the Coach and Horses.

The Village is also home to Harvington Cricket Club, Winners of 4 Worcestershire League Titles which they achieved in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013. The club has enjoyed some of its most successful seasons in recent years and are currently residing in the top Division of the Worcestershire County League where they aim for their fifth league title and promotion to the Birmingham and District Premier League. The club hosts also hosts county matches at various representative levels. In 2010 1st XI player Nathan Gage, also won the prestigious Worcestershire Cricketer of the Year sponsored by Duncan Fearnley and the Worcester News. The Club now holds the prestigious ECB Clubmark award for excellence in Coaching, Club Management and Safeguarding Children. The club runs free coaching sessions for local schools and holds Junior practice on Friday Evening.

The local River Avon is close by and is very popular with local fishermen. A large section of the bank is owned and managed by Manor Farm Leisure, who also run the local golf course, fishing lakes and holiday caravan site.

The village is served by Harvington First School, a small school of approximately 100 pupils aged 5 – 10 years. Older pupils attend nearby St. Egwins Middle School and Prince Henry's High School which are in the local town of Evesham, St James Church and the Baptist Church.

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