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Ledbury Market House
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Ledbury Clock Tower & Cobbled Street
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Forest of Dean (View from Symonds Yat)
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Eastnor Castle
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The Malvern Hills
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Upton Jazz Festival
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Tewkesbury Abbey

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Ledbury
Wander this ancient English market town. Rich in timber framed structures of old England. Filled with many shops and attractions.

One of England’s market towns full of timber framed buildings with the 17th Century black and white Market House as one fine example.

Also a winner in the Britain in Bloom and hosts the Poetry Festival annually in July after being home to the poet John Masefield.

Popular to the photographers is the well known cobbled medieval street Church Lane which has the Heritage Centre, Butchers Row Folk Museum and Painted Room leading to fine Parish Church.

Ledbury holds it own May Bank Holiday Carnival and has its own theatre, cinema and has a wide selection of shops from general stores to exquisite taste gift shops, coffee shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants.

Visit the Westons cider visitor centre with its 400 year old farmhouse is the centre piece to a unique day out for all the family to enjoy.
Join a Guided Tour around the mill and savour the aromas of traditional cidermaking. Hear how cider is produced from the planting of the orchards to the moment it is poured. Stroll through the Henry Weston Courtyard Garden and into a converted 17th century cowshed to see one of the world's largest bottle collections during your visit.
Distance from site: 6.2 miles

Eastnor
Eastnor Castle in the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake - is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family. With walks covering the grounds and events held throughout the year there are a huge for the whole family to enjoy.
Distance from site: 5 miles

Upton Upon Severn
A lively town with shops, inns, and a variety of events each year with the Jazz, Folk , Blues and Water Festivals which draws crowds in their thousands.

With its 17th Century buildings, the tell tale signs are above the shop fronts. Upton also used to be a port for centuries it was alive with river boats carrying goods from and to the rich agricultural areas around it.
Today it is buzzing with pleasure craft in its thriving Upton Marina.

Offering leisure cruises on board the largest passenger vessel on the River Severn.

Upton has a range of shops both unique and interesting from galleries to boutiques, from studio’s to florist’s, a cycle and Model Railway shop, sweet shop and map shop. This little town has lots to offer and explore.
Distance from site: 8.6 miles

Malvern

Spectacular views over Herefordshire to the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains of Wales. North to Shropshire across the Severn to Bredon Hill and the escarpment of the Cotswolds. The Three Counties Show Ground holds major events such as the popular Royal Three Counties Show and many other events throughout the year.

Things To Do in and around Malvern:
Visit the Morgan Motor Museum, Enjoy a fully guided tour of the factory witnessing the traditional skills of the craftsmen and women handmaking Morgan Sports Cars.

Walk the hills! The Malvern Hills have been described as a miniature mountain range. Stretching eight miles and covering over 3000 acres of open countryside to enjoy, thanks to the constant conservation and management from the Malvern Hills Conservators and local farmers who work alongside them.
Distance from site: 10.5 miles

Tewkesbury
Tewkesbury, the medieval Market Town is situated in Gloucestershire, with its magnificent 12th century Abbey is dominated by half-timbered building with over hanging eyes and fascinating mall of small alleyways behind the main streets.

Take a riverside stroll along the River Severn or a boat trip down the River Avon. You can discover the triumphs and tragedies of the medieval battle of the Roses.

Or for some retail therapy, Tewkesbury offers a selection of speciality shops, antiques, tea and coffee shops, inns, pubs and restaurants.

Tewkesbury is a thriving town with architecture and social history spanning over 500 years. It also holds history in abundance with the Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471.
Distance from site: 10 miles

The Royal Forest of Dean
Nestling between the River Wye and the River Severn once the hunting ground of king's now an escape from the crowds. Sample the dramatic forest winter, spring, summer and autumn with its burning colours.

Perrygrove Railway & Treetop Adventure
There's a range of activeties that the whole family can enjoy from riding on our steam engines, to exploring the tree top adventure, to buidling dens in our woods, squeezing through the secret passages in the indoor village and finding the hidden treasure to playing undercover at Foxy Hollow - there is enough for the whole family! Adults can enjoy woodland trails, vintage carriages including the Churchill saloon, and engine shed visits

Pedalabikeaway Cycle Centre
Off-road and traffic free cycling in the heart of the beautiful Forest of Dean. With a wide range of hire bikes are available for all ages and abilities, from learner cyclists to full on downhill racers and everything in between. Pedalabikeaway has a fantastic riders cafe with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, serving home made food, snacks and great coffees. We welcome muddy bikers, walkers, kids and dogs - warm up in front of the fire with a mug of tea and one of our legendary cakes.

The bike shop carries a huge range of bike clothing,safety equipment, parts and accessories and our fully qualified mechanics have everything in the workshop to mend your bike and keep you riding.
Distance from site: 26.5 miles

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