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During the First Barons War against King John, which arose from the King’s refusal to accept the Magna Carta of 1215, the manor of Kidderminster was owned by William of Huntingfield, an opponent of King John.The manor was subsequently taken by the local sheriff, in support of the King.The Running Horse Inn is located in Bewdley, nestled in a spectacular spot of Worcestershire countryside, with views towards the beautiful expanse of Wyre Forest.
Further afield in the town, lie the magnificent Beaucastle, a spectacular country home with a romantic tower and spires, and to the East, a different kind of incredible sight, at West Midland Safari & Leisure park, where you can glimpse the only white lions in the whole of Britain.
This influential trade is explored in Kidderminster’s excellent Museum of Carpet, whilst the area’s social history is on display in the Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle, the residence of the bishop of Worcester for over 700 years, with Walter de Cantilupe, an influential supporter of Simon de Montford, the first incumbent.
Sitting behind a desk at Melwood, casually reclining in his chair, is the player who personifies the Liverpool manager’s vision of all-out attack. Mane explains how he bamboozled Chambers and got off to the perfect start after his £30million move from Southampton but he could refer to any number of defenders, such as Watford’s Younes Kaboul, whom he zipped past to score in last week’s 3-3 draw at Vicarage Road.
With the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) within half-an-hour by car, and Birmingham less than an hour away, The Running Horse Inn is ideally situated for exploring the rich culture and beautiful vistas of scenic Worcestershire, and the west of England. Dating back at least to the 19th century, according to a former landlord, The Running Horse Inn received its unique name due to regular border raids by Welsh sheep rustlers crossing the border and fleeing through Welsh Gate.
The heritage of the area around the pub, however, goes back many centuries further.