Upton upon Severn Travel Guide

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Upton upon Severn Things to Do

  • Tudor House Museum

    The Tudor House Museum contains exhibits from Uptons` past and present, alot of them donated by locals. There is a large collection of photographs, postcards, plates and newspapers as well as many other bits and pieces depicting life in Upton Upon Severn.Out the back there is a lovely garden where ducks can sometimes be seen wandering about.The...

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  • Cruising the Severn

    A cruise on the MV Conway Castle takes you along the River Severn for meals and dancing, even shopping trips to Worcester. It can be hired for private functions or go on one of its regular trips, a particular favourite is the trip to Tewkesbury every Wednesday, May to September.

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Upton upon Severn Nightlife

  • The Plough

    The Plough is a small pub right on the bank of the River Severn. I like it particulary because the locals are friendly oh and my girlfriend used to work there.Food is served all day up until 9pm. You can sit on the small patio garden out the front and watch life go by on the river. Anything you want.

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  • Pint by the River

    The Kings Head is a nice pub that offers food and drink in the lovely setting on the banks of the River Severn. Live music and big screen sport is also available. Anything as long as it is tidy.

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  • Mugs and Mugs and Mugs and Mugs and...

    The Little Upton Muggery is a smallish pub that serves food and drink with the occasional bit of live music thrown in.I had a 16oz Sirloin steak with jacket potatoes and salad for £9.00.Soft drinks are served in cans and cost 80p. The pub is decorated on its ceiling and falls with literally hundreds of mugs which is an unusual talking point.There...

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Upton upon Severn Transportation

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    The temporary road has now been built, although it does have a 20mph speed limit and the viaduct has been demolished, the new one is being built. (Jan 2005)

    The new viaduct has been built, it is just in the process of being joined to the old road so things should be back to normal soon.

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Upton upon Severn Shopping

  • Garden Centre

    It isn`t really a shop but a garden centre. Hundreds of plants ranging from small bedding plants through shrubs to trees can be found in the field and two poly tunnels. All kinds of varieties of trees, shrubs and bedding plants, hanging baskets can be made to order and some pots can be bought. There is also a possability that some plants can be...

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  • Booting

    Car Boots happen virtually every week in or around Upton and generally raise money for one charity or another. The main one happens on the sports field and raises money for the River Festival, you can also find "Boots" at the local schools and other places. Although these days the large amount of tv programmes like Bargain Hunt have made people...

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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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  • Upton Church

    St Peter and St Pauls Church stands at the end of Old Street opposite the sports field.

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