Lower Wick Manor House, Worcester 2161

Powick, Malvern Hills, Worcestershire, England

Brief Description

The present manor house at Lower Wick stands on the site of an ancient manor house (13th century). In the 14th century this house stood in a deer park. Surviving features include a line of three fish ponds. The remains of a Norman church survive among the farm buildings.

History

There was a manor house belonging to the Bishop of Worcester by 1299. A deer park is mentioned in 1339.

Features
Fishpond
Access & Directions

Directions

Two miles south-west of Worcester via the A449.
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Powick
History

Period

  • Medieval
References