|From:||Bengeworth, Evesham (SP050436)|
|To:||North Littleton (SP076475)|
|Distance:||3.2 miles (5.1 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4510 is a short B-road in the Vale of Evesham. It was originally unclassified but gained its number in the early 1930s.
The road starts on the B4035 in Bengeworth, an eastern suburb of Evesham, and heads northeastwards along the residential Offenham Road. After crossing a roundabout built in the 2010s to serve a new housing estate the road goes over the A46 eastern bypass with no junction. Now in open country the road quickly goes over the Cotswold Line.
We continue northeastwards and pass a couple of greenhouses at Offenham Cross; there are a few houses here but the village centre is to the left. The long Cleeve Hill becomes visible to the right but we continue north until our path is blocked by the River Avon. Rather than crossing the river we bear right and climb the hill instead. After going over the ridge there's a short descent to the east to a crossroads on the B4085, where the B4510 ends. The road ahead into North Littleton is unclassified.