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Activities available while you Stay in Evesham

Evesham is ideally placed between the Malverns, Bredon Hill and the Cotswold's.

Evesham is known as one of the most abundant fruit and vegetable areas in the country. From early March to early May, Evesham becomes a mass of blossom!

 
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The Regal Cinema, Evesham

Saturday morning's are bursting with fun at the Regal Cinema, Evesham.

Come and watch a film at 10:30am and then play games, arts, competitions, dancing, space hopping and much much more until 1pm. All ages welcome.

Over 8's can stay unattended once signed in.
Tickets cost £5 To book contact the box office on 01386 421007 booking is advised to avoid disappiontment.

The Regal Cinema Evesham, 41 Port Street, Evesham, WR11 3LD www.theregal.ac, 01386 421007.



Walking, Cycling and Driving –
The Blossom Trail and Cotswold Way

“For a few short weeks between mid March and mid May, the roadsides are ablaze with colour. These walks, cycle routes and drives have been devised with springtime blossom in mind, however they can be appreciated at any time of year.

To celebrate the Blossom Trails 25th Birthday it is being extended. The famous yellow AA signs will not only direct you through the delightful Vale of Evesham, it will also now give you the opportunity to explore the Cotswold village of Broadway.

A 45 mile route of natural beauty at its best. Explore and enjoy the open countryside and beautiful villages that the area has to offer and stop for a bite to eat at one of the many country pubs along the way.”
(Extracted from the Blossom Trail - www.blossom-trail.org)

Enjoy a leisurely 3 mile stroll, starting from All Saints in Church Lench or a 4 and a half mile walk from Fladbury. These walks, mainly through rolling countryside have open views of the surrounding area and go through bird sanctuaries and nature reserves.

The Blossom trail cycle route is way marked – so look out for the blue signs. The cycle route starts from Evesham Railway Station.

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Bredon Hill and the Cotswold's trails provide more challenging rides.

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Abbey Park

The Abbey Church was dismantled however the twin churches of All Saints, St. Lawrance and Abbott Lichfield’s 16th Century Bell tower can still be seen from the stunning grounds of the Abbey Park. The Park is a beautiful place to be and together with the riverside meadows hold numerous exciting events throughout the year.

The Park is also a very relaxing place to be, pick one of the many beautiful mature trees to sit under and peacefully read a book, have a sleep or watch the world go by - the choice is yours.



For the Children

If you walk through the Park, you will stumble upon various activities from the children’s adventure play grounds to the sand and water play area

For the rainy days there is Evesham Leisure Centre offering swimming and sports facilities (www.wychavonleisure.co.uk).

For children who like soft play areas, in Evesham there is a Wacky Warehouse (www.wackywarehouse.co.uk).

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Fishing in Evesham

Fishing contests are also very popular together with the renowned Evesham Regatta.



Golf in Evesham

Evesham has a its own golf course (www.eveshamgolfclub.co.uk) and also a new driving range at Twyford (www.twyfordgolf.com).

More courses are available in the surrounding area.

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Shopping in Evesham

Evesham’s main shopping centre has recently been refurbished housing numerous large brand named shops to smaller individual retail shops giving visitors the best of both worlds!

Evesham Country Park is also a lovely day out for the whole family. From browsing around a superb Garden Centre to experiencing The Ark Animal Sanctuary and then traveling on a 15” gauge miniature steam passenger railway train to a picnic area - it is definitely not to be left off your “to do list”!


Eating Out in Evesham

Whatever cuisine you are after, from Italian to Thai, English to Chinese, Evesham will satisfy your tastes. The town centre has a host of restaurants and takeaways.

Waterside and Port Street boast a high concentration of Chinese and Indian Restaurants with a flavour of Italian (www.eveshamtrattoria.com/) thrown into the mix.

In and around Evesham there are countless Traditional and Gastro pubs offering good English food for most budgets.

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Berryfield House Bed & Breakfast Evesham
Berryfield House Bed & Breakfast Evesham

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