EWF 8 – Evesham

Event Date:

June 27, 2024

Event Time:

10:00 am

Event Location:

Outside The Almonry, Abbey Gate, Evesham

Evesham’s Historic Heritage

  • Mileage: 2 miles
  • Grade: Easy
  • Maximum walkers: 20
  • Refreshments: Cafés and pubs in the town centre, close to the start and end of the walk.
  • Child friendly: No
  • Dog friendly: Yes
  • Information: Parking available in the town, charges apply and bus stops are a short walk from The Almonry. The Almonry has toilets and public toilets are available on the walk.


At the beginning of the walk we have the rare opportunity to go up into the Bell Tower to the Ringing Room, accessed by 45 steps, where we’ll hear about English church bell ringing. We will then follow the route set out in the Evesham Town Trail booklet published by the Vale of Evesham Civic Society, with some deviations. It will take in many of the most interesting historic features of the town centre, which boasts a large Conservation Area containing 130 Listed Buildings. At the historic Workman Bridge over the River Avon, the role of the river in the growth of the town will be explained. The walk will culminate in the area of the medieval Abbey and the associated churches, graveyard and Bell Tower, before returning to The Almonry.

Meeting point:

  • Meet: Outside The Almonry, Abbey Gate, Evesham
  • Map ref: SP 036 436
  • Postcode: WR11 4BQ
  • what3words: excavated.crest.reviewed

To round off the Festival there will be a BBQ at The Lenches Club, Ab Lench Road, Church Lench WR11 4UQ on Sunday 30 June commencing at 6.00pm. Do come along, everyone welcome!

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Walk Reference: Places requested Price per place
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Quantity: Total

Event Location:

Places available 20 (11 Left:)

Event Schedule Details

  • June 27, 2024 10:00 am   -   12:00 pm
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