A report in the Birmingham Daily Post of Thursday 19th September 1963 gave details of the will:
Binyon, Charles Arthur, Avonside Hospital. Evesham, a founder member of Littleton and Badsey Growers, chairman of Evesham Rural Council 1922-49 and for many years chairman of Badsey Parish Council, first chairman of the Worcestershire branch of the Rural District Councils’ association and brother of the late Laurence Binyon - £6,225 (£6,167). He left his shares and other interests in the Littleton and Badsey Growers on trust to apply the same “in discharging any indebtedness of the firm of W H Churchill & Sons, or the individual indebtedness of any present partner in the said firm to the society in so far as such indebtedness may exceed their respective shares, share capital, loan capital or their other interest In the society”, and the balance to the residuary estate.
He left £50 for the provision of additional equipment or extra comforts at Avonside Hospital. Evesham; £250 equally between the Rev & Mrs W B Chapman; his piece of freehold land and the greenhouse thereon at Sands Lane, Badsey, to Arthur J Taylor of Synehurst, Badsey, or to his wife; £50 to Hector Smith, of Hopyard Villa, Badsey.