The village of Burcot has a population of less than 200, yet boasts its place in history with a listing in the Domesday Book in 1086.
Nowadays Burcot has a thriving place in the local area with its modern Village Hall providing a focus for a wide range of social and learning activities. The hall houses regular village events and is also available to hire. It can seat 100 people and has a well equipped kitchen. The lawned area includes an upgraded children’s playground with swings, slide, monkey bars and climbing wall.
The community is served by Burcot Village Hall Committee who are responsible for organising events such as the, annual dinner, flower show, barn dance children’s Christmas party, wine tasting and skittles evenings.
The village is within a few of miles of both the M42 (Jct 1) and M5 (Jct 4). It is located on the Alcester Road (B4096) and surrounded by beautiful countryside with the Lickey Hills less than three miles away.
There is a family-owned garden centre, a wholesale nursery and a small Guild of Craftsmen at The Forge which includes a stonemason and a photographic studio.