Little Comberton

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Little Comberton
Little Comberton - - 23259.jpg
Little Comberton
Grid reference: SO966429
Location: 52°5’7"N, 2°3’2"W
Postcode: WR10
Local Government
Council: Wychavon

Little Comberton is a small village and parish in southern Worcestershire. It is located two miles to the south-east of Pershore and just over a mile north-east of Great Comberton.

The village is featured in the Domesday Book and originally consisted of a single street of cottages (Manor Lane). One particular cottage on the west side has a picturesque overhanging, timber-framed gable. Opposite the church is a fair-sized timber-framed house with brick filling known as the Old Manor House, which formerly belonged to the Wigleys.

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