Visit us:Hereford Justice Centre
Write to us:Worcester Combined Court Centre
- County Court location code:
- DX 721120 Worcester 11
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Please see our guidance on what to expect when coming to a court or tribunal.
If you have a disability and need help coming to a hearing, please contact the court or tribunal to make sure the facilities meet your specific needs or to discuss a reasonable adjustment you need.
There are no parking facilities at this court. Pay and Display car parks are located at: Union Walk (HR1 2BL); Venns Close (HR1 2HA) and Bath Street (HR1 2HH)
This building has a ramp to the building entrance, a lift between the ground floor and the first floor, and level access in to court rooms and hearing rooms.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
The building has a portable hearing enhancement system available by prior arrangement. Please contact the court by telephone or email to let us know of your requirements.
We have a security arch. Please alert the security officer if you have a pacemaker.
For safety and security, all users and their possessions will be searched by security when they enter the building.
Lifts are available in the building to access the first floor. A wheelchair lift is available between the ground and first floor for wheelchairs up to 72cm wide with a weight limit of 1000kg
Hot and cold drinks vending machines are available on the first floor.
Four interview rooms are available. It is not possible to book these rooms
Baby changing facilities are available in the disabled toilets on the ground floor
Court/hearing room video conferencing facilities and prison to court video link facilities are available (by prior arrangement).
Please contact the Press Office on 020 3334 3728 for requests to hire this building for filming.
Cases heard at this venue
- Information about applying for bankruptcyBankruptcy
- Information about getting a divorceDivorce hearings
- Domestic violence
- High Court District Registry
- Information about evicting tenantsHousing possession
- Information about making a court claim for moneyMoney claims