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The village is located in countryside away from main roads, with views to the Malvern Hills and Wye Valley. Composer Edward Elgar considered the landscape around the village as a source of inspiration, frequently cycling in the area to visit the church or friends at Cowarne Court. The civil parish includes the hamlet of Hope's Rough.
Cowarne Hall is a former school building built in a Victorian Gothic architectural style, which has now been converted into a village hall and holiday cottages.
The village has a medieval church building, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, which dates to the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. There is a plaque inside the church celebrating Edward Elgar's connection to the village. The church is a grade I listed building 
The Much Cowarne History Group has published several books and booklets, including A Jugful of Much Cowarne Cider (2003) and Much Cowarne Church: A Guidebook and History (2008). It is currently involved in producing a collection of stories and pictures about the village as part of a Local Heritage Initiative project.
The village has its own apple variety known as the Much Cowarne Red.
- "Civil Parish population 2011". Retrieved 29 October 2015.
- "Much Cowarne Conservation Project". Local Heritage Initiative. Retrieved 6 July 2011.
- "Much Cowarne: St Mary the Virgin, Much Cowarne". A Church Near You. Archbishops' Council. Retrieved 7 July 2011.
- "Church of St Mary, Much Cowarne". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 30 January 2014.
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