Tewkesbury is a town in the county of Gloucestershire, which stands on the banks of the River Avon and River Severn. The town has a number of major landmarks including Tewkesbury Abbey and Tewkesbury War Memorial, also known as The Cross. The Despenser and Neville Tombs are popular attractions while Tewkesbury’s public houses, such as The Black Bear, are among the oldest in the region. The Old Baptist Chapel and Mythe Bridge are also important landmarks in the area.
The town has retail units and serviced offices that are home to the likes of catering companies, industrial investigators, auction companies, graphic designers, builders, photographers and landscape artists. You will also find event management companies, solicitors, financial advisors and management consultants in the area alongside business consultants, recruitments agencies, interior designers and website designers.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The entertainment scene in Tewkesbury is vibrant with venues like The Roses Theatre hosting cinema and performing arts events throughout the year. The Eric Morecambe Room is a comedy venue that is dedicated to the comedian who passed away during a performance here while Showborough House combines both fine and performing arts. Chuckles Comedy Club is also a great place for comedy-fans to go for an evening of laughter. When dining out in Tewkesbury, you can sample food from different parts of the world. There is traditional British cuisine with a modern touch at My Great Grandfather’s while Theoc House is the place to sample some Mediterranean cuisine. The Nottingham Arms also gives European cuisine a contemporary twist and The Great Wall is the place to go for delicious Chinese food.
Tewkesbury is connected to the mainline rail network by Ashchurch for Tewkesbury railway stations. Roadways are well connected providing ideal conditions for drivers as well as ensuring access to reliable taxi services, buses and coach services. The town is located on the A38, which provides direct connections to Birmingham, Worcester, Gloucester and Bristol. Tewkesbury is also accessible via the A438, which links to the M5 as it makes its way from Birmingham to Exeter.