21 Aug

Historic market town of Tenbury Wells offers rural alternative

Historic market town of Tenbury Wells offers rural alternative

Many people are tempted by the attractions of market towns as an alternative to large city living.

In many cases, opting to live in the small towns of the UK can offer a better standard of life, as well as a more expansive property.

The historic market town of Tenbury Wells in the Malvern area of Shropshire could be one such location that may appeal to those relocating in the near future.

With lots of property for sale in Tenbury Wells, there is a real mix of potential homes that will suit most budgets.

Tenbury Wells is home to around 3,000 people, yet still has a great mix of attractions and facilities.

The town also hosts a regular market every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of each week - providing a great chance to stock up on local produce and catch up with local residents.

For those looking to keep active, then the nearby Malvern Hills and Brecon Beacons offer the perfect chance to get out and enjoy some exercise in the fresh air.

Other activities that are ideal for children include the West Midlands Safari Park, Wyre Forest visitor centre and the Bodenham Arboretum, as well as the Witley Court, Ludlow Castle and the Severn Valley Railway.

While every October, the town holds the annual Tenbury Wells Applefest, which attracts lots of visitors. The event provides a great opportunity for people to find out more about the history of the town and its unusually large volume of orchards and the apples it provided.

Tenbury Wells is located around 40 miles south west of Birmingham and only a few miles from the border between England and Wales. The town is also a short drive away from the historic towns of Kidderminster, Hereford, Worcester, Shrewsbury, Leominster and Ludlow.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801838987-ADNFCR

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