Lickey End Travel Guide

  • Lickey End, Worcestershire
    Lickey End, Worcestershire
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  • They do like their signs round here
    They do like their signs round here
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  • The UK's fastest growing club
    The UK's fastest growing club
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Lickey End Things to Do

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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    I want to join! Not sure how you apply, but it's got to be worth it. To be quite honest I have no idea what this club is all about, but they do seem very proud of the name. Well you would be, wouldn't you.

    If you do find out how to join, be sure to let me know how...

    Lickey End  Club
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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    What do you do if you get up to a little too much naughtiness whilst in Lickey End? Well there's this conveniently situated Methodist Church just behind the Harvester. Interesting the church thinks it is in Lickey End, whilst the Harvester thinks it is Bromsgrove. In my opinion the church has got it right.

    Lickey End's Methodist Church
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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    Well if you go to Lickey End, chances are you will want to find this sign! Chances are you'll be driving there and you'll be coming along the M42. In that case turn off at Junction 1. Look for the Harvester and turn left at the roundabout just before it. Follow the road down and when you reach the football pitch, pull in and the sign is just across the road (be careful there is no pavement though).

    Lickey End - street sign
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Lickey End Restaurants

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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    If you want a drink or a meal whilst you're in Lickey End, there's this conveniently placed Harvester Restaurant/Pub at one end of the village. Not sure what sort of seed they expecting to be harvesting in Lickey End, might be why the claim it is in Bromsgrove instead! Definitely looked like it was in Lickey End to me.

    But if you drove here, don't drink and drive!

    Harvester, Lickey End, sorry Bromsgrove
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Lickey End Transportation

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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    Best transport to Lickey End is car (assuming you have one). Buses go too, but car is definitely best. Directions can be found on the website of www.theaa.com, but essentially get on the M42. Turn off at Junction 1. Look for the Harvester and turn left at the roundabout just before it, or just after it. You might have to look carefully to see you have actually arrived.

    Best transport to Lickey End is car
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Lickey End Shopping

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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    Well some people say that a buying a flash car is an extension to your manhood. In that case, where better to buy your extension than in Lickey End? Brings a whole new meaning to "Shop until you drop"

    What to pay: you'll need a big wad

    Shopping in Lickey End
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Lickey End Warnings and Dangers

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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    If you came by car, chances are you won't have brought a dog with you, but if you happen to own a beach_dog and it gets off the leash make sure it behaves itself or you could be 100 notes poorer. But can anyone actually control an old stray beach_dog?

    Don't leave a deposit
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    by easyoar Written Mar 24, 2006

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    Be careful, this big bus moves very quickly and very silently and has been known to run over lots of people who never even heard it coming. No, that's not quite how it works, walking buses in the UK are groups of children walking to and from school, so be careful if you are driving arounnd school start and finishing times.

    Lickey End's Big Bus
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