|To:||Upton Snodsbury (SO942545)|
|Length:||4.4 miles (7.1 km)|
|Meets:||A44, A4104, A422|
|Old route now:||A4104|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4082 is a rural B-road in central Worcestershire.
It starts on the A44 Pershore bypass at Pinvin and heads northwards across flat countryside passing through no places en route (although it does run to the west of Naunton Beauchamp).
Eventually the road reaches Upton Snodsbury and runs the full length of the village to end at a T-junction on the A422.
All the above was unclassified in 1922. The original route of the B4082 started on the then A44 in the centre of Pershore and headed north via the station to Pinvin, where it ended on what was then numbered B4084. The road was extended north to Upton Snodsbury in 1935.
Later still, when the A44 and B4084 swapped numbers in the Pershore area, the A4104 (which until then had ended in Pershore) was extended north along the entirety of the original route of the B4082 to Pinvin, cutting the B4082 down to its current route.