Honeybourne station serves the historic village of Honeybourne – the name means ‘(places on) the stream by which honey is found’ – in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire.
The village was originally two separate settlements, Church Honeybourne in Worcestershire and Cow Honeybourne in Gloucestershire, which were united in Worcestershire in 1958.
Church Honeybourne grew around the Church of Saint Ecgwin – consecrated in 1295 – and still has timber framed and thatched buildings (including the Thatched Tavern pub). The Church is Grade I listed whilst the neighbouring redundant parish church of Cow Honeybourne is Grade II listed.
The station is unstaffed and is situated on the Cotswold Line between London and Hereford. The station was opened in 1853 and closed in 1969, only to be reopened in 1981. The current station was rebuilt during the doubling of the Cotswold Line in 2011 and is operated by GWR (Great Western Railway).
Both platforms are fully accessible.
Why not join us?
If you would like to be involved with your local station, then do get in touch below.
Cotswold Line Promotion Group (member of the CRP Steering Group).
Colin Major is the representative for the station on the CRP Steering Group.
St Ecgwyn's Church, Honeybourne
Henshaw’s Coaches 552 / 553 Evesham to Honeybourne circular routes.
Stops in the village centre (5 mins walk away)
Businesses local to the station
Co-op Food Honeybourne (3 min walk)
There are many more businesses in the village itself (around 10 minutes walk from the station)
Tourist destinations within reach of the station
All Things Wild (6 mins walk) – a year-round family attraction, comprising of animals, dinosaurs, soft play and much more.
Honeybourne Pottery (High Street) where you can make your own pots
Hikes and Bikes (School Street) specialising in cycling and walking holidays in the southern Cotswolds, including The Cotswold Way
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