Grand Stand Road, Worcester. WR1 3EJ
Worcester City is full of history and full of great food. Café Viaduct is bringing a little something different to the banks of the River Severn. Underneath the iconic landmark of Worcester’s Viaduct Bridge, you will find homemade food that is locally sourced. You won’t see any chocolate bars on our shelves, as everything we sell is baked or cooked on site and we are always exploring new tastes and combinations of ingredients; while holding onto traditional favourites for lifelong fans of the classics too! If you are wandering along the banks of the Severn, drop in for breakfast to start your day in Worcester (we make a mean bacon sarnie), pop in for some lunch to break up a long day at the office- or grab a coffee and a treat before the journey home. Perfectly positioned for easy parking, a short walk away from the main shopping areas and just on the other side of Worcester Bridge to Worcester Cathedral, come and enjoy our exciting menu- everyone is welcome, including your family dog!
Unit 3, Hope House Farm Barns, Hope House Lane, Martley. WR6 6QF
An independent environmental charity established to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of the rivers, streams, watercourses and water bodies in the Severn catchment.
Canal and River Trust. Llanthony Warehouse, The Docks, Gloucester. GL1 2EH
The Canal and River Trust's historic canals and rivers provide a local haven for people and nature. We're the new charity entrusted with the care of 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales.
Diglis Island, Diglis Dock Road, Worcester, WR5 3BS
Unlocking the Severn is a once-in-a-lifetime conservation and river-engagement project. Restoring connectivity on the River Severn will bring major benefits to its wildlife.Restoring 158 miles of river for shad. The project is inspired by one of the UK’s rarest fish. Hundreds of thousands of twaite shad used to migrate up the River Severn to reach their natural spawning grounds. But weirs installed in the mid-19th century blocked this annual migration. Unlocking the Severn will provide fish passage at six barriers on the River Severn and its River Teme tributary. This will restore 158 miles of river habitat and benefit a host of other important fish species including salmon and eel. The Canal and River Trust (lead), Severn Rivers Trust, Environment Agency and Natural England are the partner organizations for delivering this project. Unlocking the Severn is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the EU LIFE Programme, as well as The Waterloo Foundation and the partners.