Working in Herefordshire and Worcestershire

With hidden gems round every corner, Herefordshire and Worcestershire are fantastic, heritage-rich counties to live and work in. Take a look what's on offer.

Why work in Herefordshire?

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Winding lanes, sprawling greenery, hidden pockets of rich heritage.

Herefordshire is small, but mighty, offering a variety of things to do. From taking a slow walk through the beautiful countryside, or shopping in Hereford's city centre, there's something for everyone.

Key facts

The M50 is the counties nearest motorway, which links to the M5

The county has seven history-filled market towns

Herefordshire's population is around 187,600 [2021 ONS]

The county is home to the fifth-longest river in the whole of the UK, the River Wye

It's right on the Welsh border

Herefordshire county on a UK map

Why work in Worcestershire?

Malvern Hills

With its excellent transport links and central location, Worcestershire is an ideal place to earn, learn, and live.

The county boasts fantastic family-friendly attractions such as West Midlands Safari Park, and beautiful English countryside such as the Malvern Hills.

Worcestershire County location highlighted on a map of the United Kingdom

Key facts

The county is close to the M5 motorway, making travel to the rest of England easy

Birmingham is only a 35 minute drive

Frequent trains to London are available from Worcester Shrub Hill station

There's a population of around 604,947 residents [2021 ONS]

It's pronounced wu - stuh - shuh