29 Feb

Much to see in Tenbury Wells

Much to see in Tenbury Wells

The market town and civil parish of Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire is one in which people looking for a new place to live can find a wide array of attractive architecture, as well as enjoying some of the beautiful rural beauty of small English towns, and soaking up the atmosphere of living in a small town in such a region.

People looking for property for sale in Tenbury Wells will find an area which is not massively populated, and is located with the hills of the county, giving it an authentic feel of living in rural small town England and really promoting the idea of the sort of relaxing lifestyle that you can enjoy when living there.

However, although its rural lifestyle will no doubt be one of the most attractive points of the town itself, it also has far more to offer those who are looking to live there.

For example, residents of Tenbury Wells can take part in the many markets which take place locally each week. Round Market building, which was originally constructed in the 1850s, and the surrounding area plays host to the markets, which take place three times a week, allowing people to really integrate with the town and feel like a strong part of the small local community.

And if history and traditions are your forte, then you may be interested in taking part in the yearly Tenbury Wells Applefest in October, which lets people learn about the history of the town's reputation for having an unusually large volume of orchards and the apples it provided.

Other attractions include some of the more unusual and standout architecture that can be found in the area, including the very unique pump rooms, a building which was completed in the 1860s, or the part Mediaeval bridge, completed in the 18th century following floods in the town.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801306433-ADNFCR

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