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Throughout the year, a number of publications are produced and revised annually. The material ranges from seasonal activities, to themed items, and even event programmes. Maps of the three towns and Broadway are also available to help acclimatise visitors to their surroundings.
There are an abundance of events that take place across Worcestershire’s Vale & Spa during the year, so this handy guide is put together containing as many events as are known about! Whilst it’s not completely exhaustive (see our What’s On page for the latest event listings), it’s still packed with all sorts of festivals and events across all three towns and numerous villages.
An enchanting 50 mile AA-signposted route taking you through some of the most outstanding villages in the region. The Vale of Evesham blossom can be enjoyed in numerous ways, whether it be walking, cycling, by car or by coach! This publication shows the best route to follow to experience the best of the area’s blossom.
The Blossom Trail is revised annually to ensure the best blossom sightseeing spots are noted.
From St George’s Day on 23 April to Midsummer’s Day on 21 June, Vale of Evesham Asparagus is a must to consume and enjoy!
As a result, we’ve put together this hand guide to give you the history of the area’s most famous vegetable as well and tips and advice on cooking it to get the best flavours.
If you don’t trust yourself with the cooking, you’ll find a list of places where you can enjoy it without the effort.
A suite of six leisurely cycle rides exploring the natural beauty of the Vale of Evesham and showcasing its horticultural, agricultural and architectural heritage.
A pioneering app guides you around your chosen route providing live directional information and highlighting numerous points of interest and refreshment stops. Whether you are a novice or a more experienced cyclist, the choice of routes will inspire you to get more active, discover the delights of two wheels and enjoy The Vale of Evesham’s picturesque countryside.
You can choose a route from 17 to 27 miles, some more challenging than others, all starting and finishing at Evesham Railway Station.