Wyre Forest situated in North Worcestershire serves the constituents of three main towns; Kidderminster, Stourport on Severn and Bewdley and their surrounding villages and rural communities. Named after one of England's largest natural ancient woodlands located in the northwest of the constituency.
Kidderminster, the largest of the three towns, has a proud heritage as a carpet town from 1785 when Brintons was founded and the birthplace of Sir Roland Hill,the inventor of the Penny Black Stamp.
Wyre Forest is a popular tourist destination, the start of the heritage railway line of the Severn Valley Railway, home to the West Midlands Safari Park, several museums, and waterways to name a few.
Bewdley and Stourport on Severn are historically important crossing points on the River Severn.