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Kempsey is a large and diverse parish in South Worcestershire covering 1307 hectares (5 sq. miles). It now has a population exceeding 4300 in 1750 households. The Parish comprises of Kempsey village plus the settlements of Green Street, Kerswell Green, Stonehall, Baynhall, Napleton, Broomhall, and Clerkenleap.
Kempsey is surrounded by open, tranquil countryside. On its western boundary is the River Severn and its Hams, which are very rare Lammas land. On its southern boundary are Ashmoor Common, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Normoor Common, and Kerswell Common. On the eastern boundary, we have, Kempsey Common and Stonehall Common. Community facilities in the Parish include a small doctor’s dispensing surgery, Church, village shop and Post Office, farm shop, Primary School, Youth Centre, Parish Hall, Playing Field, Community Centre and six Public Houses.
There are a wide range of businesses in Kempsey: everything from one person working from home, through to larger companies.