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Bredon is a village and civil parish in Wychavon District at the southern edge of Worcestershire in England.

It lies on the banks of the River Avon on the lower slopes of Bredon Hill, at "the beginning of the Cotswolds".

Modern Bredon has its roots in the Anglo-Saxon period (c.500–1066), when c.716 Æthelbald, King of Mercia, gave land to his kinsman Eanwulf the grandfather of Offa to found a monastery.

For some time, the manor of Bredon continued under an abbot of its own, but by 844, it had become the property of the Bishop of Worcester.

There are numerous Iron Age (800 BC–100 AD) remains, some of which would have related to Kemerton Camp, a large univallate hillfort at the summit of Bredon Hill.

The manor was held by the Bishop of Worcester, who maintained a summer residence, park and fisheries on the site of the first monastery, and the medieval village developed around these church buildings.

Following the Reformation in the 16th century, the manor passed to the Crown.

In 1718, wealthy resident William Hancock founded Bredon Hancock's Endowed Church of England First School. The Birmingham and Gloucester Railway, one of the world's oldest main line railways, was constructed during the 1830s and 1840s through the village, with Bredon railway station opening in 1841.

Bredon's Act of Inclosure was passed in 1811, and among those gaining large consolidated holdings were the lord of the manor, Rev. This remained in operation until 1965, when it was closed under the Beeching Axe.

The station is currently closed on the Cross Country Route.