WELCOME TO THE WYRE MILL CLUB on the bank of the beautiful, tranquil, and peaceful River Avon
Wyre Mill Club lies on the bank of the beautiful, tranquil, and peaceful River Avon, five minutes from the historic town of Pershore to the south and fifteen minutes to Evesham to the north. Many of our members, visitors and friends say Wyre Mill Club is one of England’s best kept secretS.
The Wyre Mill Clubhouse and grounds are a stunning space that celebrates unspoiled nature, beautiful wildlife and everything the great outdoors has to offer, with outstanding views over the River Avon, towards Bredon, and beyond towards The Malvern Hills. The Wyre Mill Club is located only fifteen minutes from the M5 motorway. Bristol, Cheltenham, Stratford Upon Avon, Oxford and Birmingham are just forty – sixty minutes away.
Easy access, Secure, with fully equiped Clubhouse for Moorings and Member's Static Caravans
A warm welcome is offered to all members and visitors, living both near and far from Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, West Midlands and Southern England who enjoy the combination of easy access and a secure site which boasts an excellent and fully equipped Clubhouse, five well-appointed shower rooms and toilets (one equipped for disabled use) function room, games room and three letting bedrooms within the Old Mill Building and Wheel House.
In the Wheelhouse Bar, typically open at weekends, everyone gets a warm and friendly welcome, enjoying a well-stocked bar and reasonably priced food (starters, main courses, dessert and snacks), is the perfect place to relax and unwind whilst chatting to members.
Social Life at Wyre Mill Club
Our members are at the heart of the Club, a place to invite friends, family, work colleagues, whether it’s sharing a drink on the Hoe (large patio area overlooking the river), or in the Wheel House bar (open week end), or relaxing with a coffee in the chill out area (summer) Little snug bar (winter), attending special Club events and suppers, taking part in fund raising activities, joining the skittles team or spending time ‘away from the world’ on your boat or caravan.
Making new friends, having fun, sharing anecdotes and getting involved in various working parties and the outdoor life benefits our members physical. mental, emotional and healthy wellbeing. The spirit of camaraderie, partnership, friendship and working collaboratively together creates a Club we can all be proud off, attracts new members that means we can protect, maintain and sustain the historic Mill with its beautiful rural and natural environment.
A History dating back over 1000 years
The record of a Mill on this site goes back over one thousand years and was owned by the Abbot of Pershore. The Mill ceased trading in 1948 and in November 1953, C.D. Barwell OBE, purchased the freehold with the aim of forming a social club. In 1954, G. W Matthews became the first Club Secretary and a few years later in 1961 the Lower Avon Navigation Trust bought the Mill and the Club was incorporated as a limited company, with a vibrant dinghy sailing section. In 1982 Club Members purchased the lease and became independent. Today Wyre Mill Club is a non-profit making organization run by the Members for the Members, through an elected Committee, who are volunteers.