Tewkesbury in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... looking for unusual gifts. The town centre is compact and fairly easy to get about on foot, although it could do with a few pedestrian crossings as the traffic can be quite heavy sometimes. Eating: Some very nice cake shops, some tea rooms and some pubs that do food (Including a Cromwell eatery, which would iritate Cromwell no end as he was a puritan.) I spotted a chip shop, although the tea room I used to visit is sadly now closed. There's a reflectory at the abbey as well. The Tourist trail: Well worth pottering down to the river, in summer this is a pleasant place to sit and watch boats, people etc, and to have a picnic. There... more
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by - written on 20/11/02, updated on 20/11/02 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Tewkesbury is a very nice place to spend a few hours if you like pottering about gently, there's history, tea shops and the like. Tewesbury is about an hour south of Birmingham and is readily accesible from the motorway. The nearest train stop is on the Birmingham to Gloucester line - Ashchurch, from whence you can avail yourself of a bus. There is a reasonable amount of parking close to the town centre and it isn't too expensive - 50p for a couple of hours! Shopping: Apart from all the usual practical stuff you'd expect in a high street, Tewkesbury sports quite a few gift and nick-nack shops, and some very nice second hand book shops. It is ... Read the complete review
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