WORCESTERSHIRE'S popular attractions have proved a draw to celebrities in recent years.

Stars have often been spotted in locations across the county - so here we look at some of the places you might bump into a star.

Nicki Chapman/Robert Plant

As revealed previously by this paper The Bridge, in Stanford Bridge, has become the watering holes for the stars.

The pub, in Stanford Bridge just off the B4203, was taken over by a new landlord, Ed Link, in April of this year.

Since taking it over Nicki Chapman, and the crew from Escape to the Country, stopped at the pub for lunch.

And Led Zeppelin frontman, and Worcestershire local, Robert Plant went for a carvery which the landlord said he "really enjoyed".

Cher Lloyd

MALVERN pop singer Cher Lloyd has always stayed true to her roots and vowed her daughter Delilah-Rae shares the love for her home town and the wider county.

The Want U Back singer has often shared on social media her visits back home, including to West Midlands Safari Park near Kidderminster and Tank Clock Tower in the Malvern Hills.

Recently the 28-year-old mum-of-one shared a cute picture of her with her daughter enjoying a day out picking pumpkins at Top Barn Farm.

On the Instagram caption she wrote: "We had the best time picking pumpkins with my mum and sisters today.

"Family means so much to me, I’m so happy to be able to make memories together."

Kit Harington

Kit Harington famously played Jon Snow in the international hit television series Game of Thrones.

But despite global fame, Kit - who moved to Worcestershire at the age of 11 - is another who has never forgotten his roots.

He has been spotted in the Old Rectifying House and Tramps nightclub in the past.

And he also told this paper he used to frequent the Marr's Bar in Pierpoint Street to see old friends, so who knows he might make another visit.