Tewkesbury has loads of fantastic period properties, as it retains one of the best medieval townscapes in England with many half-timbered buildings, overhanging upper stories and narrow alleyways that are representative of the age.
The town stands on the river seven and river Avon and also tributes the swilgate it gives the name to borough of Tewkesbury of which is the towns second largest settlement. Tewkesbury has a population of 10,704 which is an area divided in two by the north-south.
Tewkesbury has a long history of settlement at its location at the ancient meeting place of the Rivers Severn and Avon. The rivers and surrounding flood plain have lengthened in the town so that its long, the profile has hardly altered since the Inner Ages.
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