Pedmore is served by two primary schools - Pedmore Church of England school, and Ham Dingle school. It is also served by a secondary school - Pedmore Technology College, which until July 2004 was called The Grange School.
In the 1920s, Pedmore House was built on what is now the end of Ham Lane. It became a local landmark, offering restaurant facilities that later incorporated the Tuscana Italian restaurant as well as 20-bedroom hotel. It closed in July 2006, despite being hugely popular with customers, and was demolished the following year to make way for a housing development by David Payne homes.
Residential Property: Pedmore Hall on Market for First Time; This Country Home Has Kept Many of Its Original 1950s Fixtures, Writes Helen Macklin
Jun 23, 2001; Byline: Helen Macklin The estate of one of the region's top house-building families has gone on to the market at pounds 1...
Table Talk: Pedmore Offers You Twice as Much Choice; Highlander Restaurant, Pedmore House, Ham Lane, Pedmore, Stourbridge, DY9 0YA. 01384 393132 HHH
Dec 24, 2003; Byline: Alison Davison Alison Davison visits the restaurant that time forgot Pedmore House is something of a local...