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Hawford is a hamlet in Worcestershire, England.
It falls within two parishes; Claines and Ombersley in the outer suburbs of Worcester about 3 miles from the city centre. It is bisected by the River Salwarpe, the Droitwich - Worcester Canal and is also bounded by the River Severn.
Hawford Dovecote, owned by the National Trust, is a 16th-century half-timbered building. It is a remnant of a former monastic grange.
Hawford House to the south of Hawford is a Grade II listed 18th century house, now converted to apartments.
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