17 Nov

Write yourself into Evesham’s history

Write yourself into Evesham’s history

The town of Evesham is located in-between Worcester, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and lies within the Vale of Evesham. The town is dissected by the River Avon which offers a great opportunity for to enjoy a delightful part of the midlands.

Evesham is located in a scenic part of the midlands, close to historic towns such as Stratford-upon-Avon and Worcester, and the town even has its own Abbey. There is a real buzz around the town thanks both to the history and charm it possesses as well as the lively town centre which offers all manner of delights.

Shops, pubs and restaurants are littered throughout the town with many public houses are eateries offering tasty local produce and ales to residents. In terms of shops there is a mix of smaller, independent retailers alongside larger national chains. People considering property for sale in Evesham may also want to remember the proximity to other large towns in the areas as well as Birmingham.

Birmingham, as well as other parts of the UK are well within reach for Evesham’s residents thanks to the town’s strong transport links. The town has its own rail station which connects to other towns in the region. The town is also close to the M5 as well as having Birmingham International Airport close by.

The town has plenty of internal amenities and media outlets also. As well as a theatre, a library and a museum, Evesham is home to the Evesham Journal and is also covered within the realms of BBC Hereford and Worcester, Wyvern Radio and Touch FM.

Despite being nearby some bigger towns, Evesham remains popular with visitors and residents thanks to all these reasons and more. Selecting a property in the town could prove to be an inspired decision.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801214629-ADNFCR

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