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Steeped in history, Evesham has many stories to tell. It possesses a Bell Tower – the town’s last remaining monument following the dissolution of the Monasteries – and was the venue of Simon de Montfort’s death during the famous Battle of Evesham, to name just a couple.
Renowned for market gardening (on a commercial scale) and home to Vale of Evesham Asparagus (with protected name status), local produce is of top quality thanks to the exceptionally fertile soil.The glorious River Avon meandering around the town adds to a list of wonderful assets including a fantastic array of unique events – each worthy of a visit.To visit their tourism website, click here.
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