A tour of Barnards Green shops (page 2 of 3)
Close to the Sweet shop is a bus stop from where the number 44 bus can be caught to Malvern Link and Worcester.
A little further up you will find Fudgees Bakery and Cafe, where you can get a coffee and sit outside on a sunny day.
Further up on the same side you will find a greengrocer, Natural Choice.
The greengrocer's also stocks good sausages in the chill cabinet.
Back on the south side of the main street you will see Colston's Bakery which also has branches in Malvern Link and in Newtown Road at Link Top. Here you can also get filled rolls and hot snacks.
Next door to the bakery you will find a Fish shop and The Cheeseboard.
Just So sells gifts and embroidery materials.
The Co-op supermarket is the biggest shop in Barnards Green next door to Lloyds TSB bank.
If you were to cross on the crossing opposite the Co-op you would see the door to a helpful Printers. The office is located at the top of a flight of stairs.
Looking west, further up the main street from the Co-op, you will see the pear shaped Five Ways traffic island. Lloyds the Chemist can just be seen on the right (see photo below).
The first turn on the left, at the island, takes you into Court Road which becomes St Andrew's Road where you will find the main entrance to QinetiQ. The next exit (past the bus shelter) and turning left takes you into Avenue Road for Great Malvern Railway Station and, further up, the Splash car park. Continuing up the hill takes you into Great Malvern. If you swing right the last exit takes you into Malvern Link, past Bradfords (builders merchants), the Prospect View Medical Centre and PJ Nicholls garage. Opposite the Medical Centre you will find a new Tesco Express shop.
Before the island, on the left, there is a first class Fish and Chip shop. Have you tried their curry sauce with your fish and chips?
Barnards Green Hardware has moved down the alley next to the Fish and Chip shop, where you will also find a charity shop and a secondhand furniture shop where ACE Kitchesns used to be (they were a casualty of the recession in 2011).
A little further on you will find the Post Office which also sells sweets, stationery and greetings cards.
Next door you will find a sandwich shop, butchers and two charity shops (Acorn's and St Richards Hospice).
Last updated 29th October 2012