Located in the North of Gloucestershire is the medieval, market town of Tewkesbury
After the construction of the Abbey in the twelfth century, the small, market town of Tewkesbury grew rapidly in popularity. Now home to over 20,000 local residents, this beautiful town with its medieval Abbey and stunning old buildings stands at the confluence of the River Avon and the River Severn. Right on the border of Worcestershire, the community of Tewkesbury has lots of green, open spaces, as well as the nearby hills, the rivers and the Carrant Brook a tributary of the River Avon to enjoy. There is of course a high demand for new properties in the area and local companies such as https://www.monstermixconcrete.co.uk/concrete-tewkesbury/ who can provide quality, reasonable Concrete Tewkesbury to the trade and the public are thriving.
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There are also plenty of cultural and physical activities to enjoy in the town including the Roses Theatre, the men’s and women’s football clubs, the cricket team, Rugby team, running club, and of course the rowing club that takes full advantage of being located right on the banks of the two rivers.