Situated on a ridge of high ground commanding amazing views of the surrounding Staffordshire countryside, Rangemore lies in the heart of the ancient Needwood Forest - now the National Forest.
As well as a charming parish church and primary school, Rangemore boasts having one of the finest garden centres in the area on its doorstep in Byrkley Park. The much-visited complex also contains a restaurant, homeware, seasonal gifts, a bookshop and clothing outlet.
St Georges Park, staffordshire’s base for tha Football Association, also offers superb gym facilities, on site dining and a bar for members. Rangemore is also famed for its magnificent hall. Once the home of Michael Thomas Bass, head of the celebrated brewing company, it has since been converted into a series of highly attractive mews homes and character properties.
- All Saints C of E Primary School
- Cricket ground
- John Taylor High School catchment area
- Rangemore Club - a social club originally built for Bass workers on the Rangemore estate