Where is Suckley ?

Suckley is a medium-sized village on the Worcestershire/Herefordshire borders, in the middle of England. The estimated population is between 1000 and 1500.

The UK Ordnance Survey grid reference for Suckley Church (which is at the centre of the village) is SO 722 517.

The village is located 30 miles south of Birmingham, and, more locally, 8 miles from Worcester, 6 miles from Malvern and 4 miles from Bromyard.

Map of UK showing Suckley

The parish of Suckley consists of the following areas :

Birchwood Lane (part, including Bell's Bank) Blackhouse Lane Church Lane (including Lower Court)
Crews Hill (part) Down's Bridge Green Hill
Hall House Suckley Knowle Longley Green (including Batchelors Bridge)
Lower Barrow Lower House Lower Tundridge
Mosewick Damson Way (previously known as New Road) and Woodland Road Red Castle
Rough Leasow Scotts Lane (also known as Bushbank) Sindons Mill
Stocks Crossroads Suckley Court Suckley Green (also known as Woodstock Green)
Suckley Row The Barrow Upper House
Upper Tundridge Whitehouse Court Whitehouse Crossroads

For further details, please refer to the UK Ordnance Survey Bromyard - Pathfinder 995 map.

Blackhouse Lane
Blackhouse Lane

The place name Suckley has two possible meanings:

Suckley appears as a surname in the USA. Mr. T.E. Suckley of Linfield, USA, made a visit to Suckley in the 1970s in an unsuccessful attempt to find a connection between his family and the village.

Try an internet search for Suckley - it's likely to produce any number of references from Australia, the USA and the UK.

Suckley's main road
Suckley's main road(!) with
Bearswood Common in the distance.

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