Arrow with Weethley is a civil parish in the Stratford district of Warwickshire, England. The parish lies midway between Redditch and Evesham. It contains the villages of Arrow and Weethley. The parishes were merged in 2004. 
Arrow is a village in the Stratford-on-Avon Warwickshire, England. From Alcester the River Arrow flows southwards to the Avon, and to the west of the river the present road to Evesham joins that to Worcester at a busy junction where, near the Old Toll House, stands the hamlet of Arrow, a group of modernized black and white farm workers' cottages which have risen up the social scale to become homes for business people.
Arrow Mill was mentioned in the Domesday Book and is now a restaurant as well as a mill. In the village are the gates to Ragley Hall which has been home to the Marquess of Hertford's family since the mid-18th century. In the village church is a statue of one of the Marquesses sculpted by Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, a nephew of Queen Victoria.