The Tea Room is being run today by a group from the Gloucester Liberal Jewish Community

The Arrivall sculptures commemorate the Battle of Tewkesbury in stunning art form; a striking entrance to the town.

The Tea Room is being run today by a group from Bookworm, Tewkesbury

The Tea Room is opened today by a group from The Friends' of Alderman Knight School

The Tea Room is being run today by a group from the 1st Tewkesbury Boys' Brigade

The Tea Room is opened today by a group of volunteers who are raising funds for Tewkesbury Foodbank

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The Tea Room is opened today by a group from Bookworm, Tewkesbury

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Sometimes it's a theatre, at other times a cinema and there are occasions when it's a place to learn. Whenever you visit The Roses it's a great experience.

Tewkesbury - The Historic Town of Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire where time stood still for 150 years ensuring the preservation of its medieval character and layout to the present day.

The nearby Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway has views of Tewkesbury Abbey en route between Cheltenham Racecourse and Winchcombe.

The Tea Room is being run today to raise funds for the Tewkesbury Wheelchair Bus Association

Tewkesbury Abbey has been at the centre of the town's history for centuries and continues to play an important spiritual and secular role today.

The number of Tewkesbury's buildings listed as being of special architectural or historical interest totals more than

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The abbey is thought to be the site of the place where the hermit Theoc once lived. The great Romanesque arch on the west front is particularly striking, and the stained glass window at that end has been restored. The monastery was founded by the Despensers as a family mausoleum, and the Despenser and Neville tombs are fine examples of small-scale late medieval stonework.

The Tea Room is being run today in aid of The Macmillan Appeal

The town is part of the wider Tewkesbury constituency for elections to the House of Commons. It is also represented in the European Parliament as part of the South West England Constituency.

Tewkesbury's history is bound up with one day in May more than 500 years ago. A trail follows the route of the Yorkist and Lancastrian armies as they prepared to do battle.

With a rich, vibrant history and a beautiful waterside setting, there is plenty for everyone to discover in Tewkesbury.

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Throughout the year Tewkesbury has a full calendar of events, celebrations and festivals to enjoy including the world-famous Medieval Festival, popular Food & Drink Festival and Mop Fair. 

The Tea Room is being run today by a group from the Friends' of Alderman Knight School

To mark Heritage Open Days there will be an exhibition, in the Ambulatory, of photographs from the Abbey's Archive. Can you see anyone you know at any of the events depicted? The Exhibition is free and open when the Abbey is open.

Tewkesbury is a pure delight to behold and we have no hesitation in highly recommending it as a 'MUST' place to visit by all tourists visiting the northern Cotswolds Gloucestershire region - an effort that will be amply rewarded in the memories and images you will forever keep and treasure.

Choral Evensong tonight will be sung by The Oriel Singers

The Abbey is just the start of your insight into Tewkesbury's history which you can explore further through the town's museums, Heritage Centre, walking trails and other attractions.

The Tea Room is being run today by a group raising funds for Bookworm Tewkesbury

Tewkesbury is served by the M5 and M50 motorways and the A38 and A46 trunk roads. There are frequent direct buses to Ashchurch for Tewkesbury railway station and to Cheltenham. Other direct bus services include Gloucester and Evesham. Congestion on the A46 around Ashchurch and junction 9 of the M5 is being addressed through a series of road works starting in 2014.[7]

There’s so much to discover in Tewkesbury; our extraordinary riverside town. We look forward to making you welcome.

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Tewkesbury Abbey was bought from Henry VIII by the townsfolk for

The origins of the Old Baptist Chapel & Court date back more than 500 years. Starting life as a house, the restored Chapel is now restored to its 18th century glory.

Boating Trips are available daily, boat hire is available, and also boat mooring.

Tewkesbury Abbey, John Moore Museum and Little Museum, The Old Baptist Chapel, Tewkesbury Town Museum, The Battle Trail Walk, Tewkesbury Alleyways, and the Heritage Trail. St. James the Great Church at Stoke Orchard For Events in Tewkesbury & the Cotswolds

Tewkesbury is an ancient settlement at the meeting of the rivers Severn and Avon. The surrounding rivers and flood plain have prevented the old town from expanding so that its long thin profile has hardly altered since the middle ages. Tewkesbury presents one of the best medieval townscapes in England with its fine half-timbered Tudor buildings, overhanging upperstoreys and ornately carved doorways.

You can take in the stunning scenery by taking a stroll beside the River Severn, or a boat trip along the Avon.