About Wychavon District Council
- About Wychavon
- Our Strategy
- Management Structure
- Facilities to Hire
- Property Services Team
- Council Constitution
- Freedom of Information
- Privacy Notice
- Finance and Procurement
- Modern Slavery Act Statement
- Councillor information
- Meeting agendas, minutes and public speaking
- Equality and Diversity
- Chairman's 50th Anniversary Tour
Wychavon is located in the West Midlands region. The district covers 664km2 of the south and eastern part of the county of Worcestershire and is the largest of the six Worcestershire districts.
With a population of 116,900, the area is made up of the three towns of Droitwich Spa, Evesham and Pershore, and nearly 100 villages and hamlets.
We're an entrepreneurial council that has gained recognition for major projects like building Pershore hospital and a Waitrose store, regenerating and reopening the Droitwich Canals and supporting events like the British Asparagus Festival and Pershore Plum Festival.
Our strategy gives us a clear direction and focus. Our priorities are underpinned by specific goals, success measures and our annual promises to make the area an even better place to live and work. Read our strategy 2020 - 2024 for more information.
Our purpose is to be a leading, responsible and innovative council working to improve people’s lives.
Wychavon District Council came into being as a shadow authority in 1973 and took over responsibility for the district in 1974.
It was formed following the coming together of five Councils:
- Evesham Borough Council
- Evesham Rural District Council
- Droitwich Borough Council
- Droitwich Rural District Council
- Pershore Rural District Council