Evesham Travel Guide

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Evesham Things to Do

  • YE OLDE RED HORSE

    What a delightful looking Pub this was!Black and White, lot's of flower basket's, it looked a bit hickeldty, pickelty, I loved it!It was an historical coaching inn so it was allowed to look that way!Ye Olde Red Horse in spring and summer, is home to award winning floral displays, and in Winter cuddle up with a Wine infront of a roaring log fire....

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  • ST. LAWRENCE'S CHURCH

    St Lawrence's Church, Evesham, is an Anglican church no longer in use and is now on the English Heritage list. Both Churches, St Lawrence's Church and All Saints were built by the Benedictine monks of Evesham Abbey in the 12th century. The present church dates from 1470, replacing the earlier church.Initially St Lawrence's was a richer church than...

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  • ALL SAINT'S CHURCH

    All Saint's Church is a lovely Anglican Chuch in Evesham.The Church was built by the Benedictine monks of Evesham Abbey in the 12th century, to serve the people of Evesham and is still in use today.All Saints is now the town's parish church, as St Lawrence's was declared redundant in 1978. The Church Yard, is shared by the two churches, rather...

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  • ALMONRY MUSEUM

    The Almonry was another delightful building in Evesham. This building, dated back to the 14th century. Following the closure of the Abbey by Henry VIII, the Almonry became the personal home of the last Abbot, Philip Ballard, whilst the rest of the Abbey buildings were sold to Sir Philip Hoby who arranged for the quarrying of the stone. What a...

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  • ABBOT'S REGINALD'S GATEWAY

    The most perfect architectural remain's of the Norman Abbot's is Abbot Reginald's Gateway. It's a Norman arch leading from the Market Place to the Abbey Church yard. I passed by the 15th century Walker Hall and the Church House. The sign I saw said it date's to 1151.

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  • ABBEY PARK

    As the name suggest's, I found Abbey Park as I walked around the Abbey Ground's.It's a really nice riverside park, with concrete pathway's, lovely garden's, sculpture's, playground, Skatepark, Water Play and general play area with trampoline, swing's, slides and sand pit and the River Avon. Along the River Bank's, were Long-boat's tethered.The site...

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  • THE BELL TOWER

    Once the great Evesham Abbey stood here, founded by Saint Egwin between 700 and 710 A.D., following a vision of the Virgin Mary by Eof.Now all that remain's is the magnificent Bell Tower from 1539, and the twin churches of All Saints and St Lawrence. This happened because Henry VIII closed the monasteries in 1540. When most of the Abbey was...

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  • THE STATUE OF EOF

    The Statue of Eof - the Legend of Evesham, is located in the Market Place, near the Round House.It depicts the swineherd Eof on his knees covering his face at the apparition of the Virgin Mary, whose face is emering from the canopy of trees.So, What is the story?"Eof was an 8th century swineherd employed by Egwin the third Bishop of Worcester,...

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  • PENNYWHISTLE SCULPTURE

    The Pennywhistle sculpture I came across in the riverside Abbey Gardens.The piece was commissioned to commemorate the start of the 2007 Evesham music festival and was carved out by using a chainsaw from a cedar log.The Pennywhistle occurred thousands of years ago, but is was only in the mid 1800's, that a modern whistle with six finger holes was...

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  • THE ROUND HOUSE

    The "Round" House isn't round, it is rectangular!Built in the late 15th century as a Merchant's House, it is now a heritage listed building, and these day's, is the National Westminster Bank.It was restored in 1964/65, and is a very nice building to view with beam's, bay window's and the black & white exterior.The interior was altered and well...

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  • Evesham Country Park

    Evesham Country Park Shopping & Garden Centre.Evesham Country Park is a mixture of shops, restaurants, country walks, fishing and wildlife centre.You can choose from a range of shops including:Leading Labels:Designer and brand name ladies and mens fashion at low prices.01386 47572Ponden Mill:Soft Furnishings. 01386 47407The Works:Books and...

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  • Whales' jaw bone.

    The whales' jaw bone was a donation to the town, from who I really couldn't tell you.It has recently been restored and moved to a slightly different location.

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Evesham Restaurants

  • 2 Large Flat Whites Please

    BB`s is a small cafe /coffee house in the middle of a reasonably busy town centre shopping centre so the queues can be quite large at times.The seating area is dived into two parts either side of the serving area. The smoking area is to the right of the serving area and has a fairly low ceiling so the lighting is a bit subdued. The non-smoking area...

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  • Cooks

    As off August 2005 Cooks has closed, I will still leave the tip up though as a reminder of what it was like. Three Cooks Bakery and Cafe has been recently renamed Cooks but the shop is still waiting for a refurbishment to update the sign although the uniform, bags and posters have been changed.The front part of the shop is the take away section...

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  • Snackers

    Snackers is a sandwich shop/cafe. Their speciality is the baguette. Prices vary on size, either medium or large. The medium is about 30cm long with whatever ingredients you want.The original owners have now sold but Snackers still exists but I`m not sure what it is like now. They sell the best baguettes I have ever had, everyone is made in the...

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  • Golden Arches

    Big Mac, Large Fries, Hot Apple Pie and Strawberry Milkshake, used to be my favourite items but I have now changed Big Mac for a Big Tasty.

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  • Mmmmm Pizza

    Marcos Pizza is Turkish run and make the best pizzas in town. You can choose from pizzas and kebabs to the more traditional fish and chips here.At the weekend they are open until about 3am. Hawaian Pizza is my favourite thing here, a nice blend of ham and pineapple on a crispy pizza base.

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  • The Raj

    Raj Of India, Indian takeaway.The best takeaway in town. Free delivery for orders over £10Open:Sun-Thu 5.00pm to midnight, Fri and Sat 5.00pm-1.00am Chicken Tkka Biryani (£6.95) and peas pilau (£1.95).

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Evesham Nightlife

  • Pure Gold

    The Amber Cafe Bar is the latest and most uptodate bar to hit Evesham. It is owned by the same people that own Innuendo nightclub.The bar has only just opened after a major conversion from a bingo hall and is sure to be a hit in town.Well I have just got in from my first visit there, you enter the bar up a long slope to the bar area. By the slope...

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  • Shakespeare's Joint

    Evesham's newest bar is in an old timber framed building.the decor is mainly purple and furnished with Shakespeare memorabilia. the bar mainly serves bottles and spirits , but they do sell my favourite San Miguel. Shakespeares Joint is now closed almost anything.

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  • MOJO

    Opening times:Mon-Sat 6.00pm-11.00pmSun 6.00pm-10.30pm Sunday:Monday:Tuesday:Wednesday:Thursday:Friday:Saturday: Mojo has had an extensive refit and is now called Karma As long as it is tidy anything goes.

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  • Regal Cinema

    REGAL CINEMA.A beautiful 1930's art deco style cinema desperately in need of refurbishment .it is a building full of character but suffers from a lack of customers due to the fact that it has only one screen , so can only show one film a week when there are several multi-screen cinemas within sixteen miles.on the plus side it was only £3.50 to get...

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  • Railway Hotel

    The Railway is an ideal place to stop off for a drink either just after leaving or just on the way to catch a train at the railway station which is just over the road.Most weekends you can find a live band on either or both of the nights. Almost anything

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  • Ye Olde Red Horse

    A beautiful black and white building where you will find a large array of local characters from doctors and business men to builders and the unemployed. Food is served daily with a superb homecooked menu including some local produce. Food is served from12.00pm-3.00pm and then from 7.00pm-9.00pm. The only time food isn't served is when there is a...

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  • The Pound Shop

    Ye Olde Swanne is a whetherspoons pub and is better known in town as Spoons or Whetherspoons, it is also not to be confused with another pub in town called the Swan.It is your typical Whetherspoons pub with no music or televisions but it still manages to get quite packed, which is probably due to the cheap beer on offer. The prices also leads to a...

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  • Innuendo Nightclub

    The club has recently undergone a £250 000 refit and has changed its name to Innuendo.It is a lot better inside now than it used to be, there is a lot of chrome about and the lighting and sound system are both state of the art, including two large tv screens.The only club in town with a capacity of 450. It has 3 bars and a small yard at the back...

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  • The Laughing joke

    The Royal Oak or as it is sometimes known, The Laughing joke used to be my first local, and I spent many a good time there.The Oak serves traditional home cooked food at lunchtimes, along with real ales.Accomodation is available as is a no smoking area. Anything you want as long as it is clean.

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Evesham Transportation

  • Traffic Wardens on the prowl

    When looking for somewhere to park in Evesham make sure you either park in a Pay and Display carpark or at least take note of the parking regulations. If you don't you are likely to fall foul of the Traffic Wardens who prowl in pairs ready to pounce once you are a minute over your allowed time.

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  • Transport Around The Vale

    there is a rail line through evesham that can be used to reach Birmingham and London. London takes about 1hr 50mins and is over 100 miles away whereas Birmingham takes about 1hr 50mins and is only 30 miles away, this is because you have to change and wait for connections.Birmingham is also 1hr 50min by bus and these run every hour.all the...

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  • Springs Coaches

    My condolences and thoughts go out to the family and friends of the 6 people who lost their lives and all the injured in Saturdays coach crash on the M25.Included in the dead was the owner of the company Graham Spring and fellow driver Chris Sloane and his wife Karen.

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Evesham Shopping

  • Vine Mews

    Vine Mews Shopping Arcade is a mixture of retail and office units, it is one of my favourite places to shop because of the uniqueness off the shops. Vaux Mandeville:Estate Agents Vaux Rental:Rental AccomodationKake Kit:Cake Making ProductsVine Coffee Shop:CafeEvesham Antiques:Antiques ShopInitial Care:Job AgencyMade To Fit:Clothing Alterations...

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  • Vine Court

    VineCourt is basically a small alley way with shops in. Hagues the Jewellers makes jewellery.Mogridge and Flint makes dentures.Snips is a hairdressers.Pride and Pride2 sell designer clothes.Vine Music sells all kind of instruments, sheet music as well as guitar lessons. Mainly about average prices but Pride sell designer clothes so the prices...

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  • Snap Happy

    The shop is well stocked and has very helpful and knowledgable staff who do their best very best to give you advice and help. Almost all your photographic needs are sold here and if they haven't got it in stock they will gladly order it for you.Printing is available instore and you can even get prints from digital media now. The prices are about...

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Evesham Favorites

  • Riverside Arcade

    Go shopping in the Riverside Shopping Arcade. Almost everything you want can be bought under cover of the glass roof.The arcade has now got music playing throughout which seems to make the place a lot more vibrant.. These are the shops that are currently in the Riverside Shopping Arcade:Savers:Cosmetics and medical suppliesHallowood: Furniture...

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  • Winter 2009-2010

    The Winter of 2009- 2010 has been one of the worst that I can remember for a long time with snow last over a week at one point.

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  • Surfing in Evesham (on the net that is)

    If you want to surf the net or send an EMAIL in Evesham there are two public places to do this.1)Community Contact Centre,Abbey Road. 3 terminals available , cost:free , if it is available you can use it otherwise you have to book.2)Public Library, Oat Street. Several terminals available. cost:free. if they are available you can use them otherwise...

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