A small spring in Rushey Valley on the south-eastern side of the Worcestershire Beacon.

If you take the middle path southwards from St Ann’s Well until you reach the rock strewn Rushey Valley, as you climb upwards you can often hear the sound of water trickling through the scree slopes. The Dripping Well spring flows out of a group of boulders and ferns in a small gully but soon disappears again into the ground. In the mid 19th century it was one of the water sources on the walking route of water-cure patients and is still used today by thirsty walkers who know its position

  • Location Rushey Valley, north east of the Worcestershire Beacon, above Foley Terrace.
  • Grid Ref. SO77104538