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You will see these two as you enter Tewkesbury on the A38 one on the roundabout the other at the side, both facing each other. The Horses are just lovely large structures of wood. Beautiful with Sun set behind them, in snow and also in...More
If you drive to or from Tewkesbury on the A38 you'll drive past a couple of wooden horses that make the battlefields of the area in the war if the Roses. How these objects are ranked so high in things to do in the town...More
I visited by the cathedral City but could saw there was a reinactment of the battle of Tewkesbury on the weekend of 14 and 15 July.
There were food stores and other stores related to medieval battles and life.
The battle involved literally hundreds of...More
WE visit Tewkesbury 6=8 times a year it is a grate place to visit the reenactment of the battle is a fantastic weekend this year it will take place on the 16 17 July must visit great for kids loads of things to do the...More
The Cotswolds is an area of England with green rolling hills and contains many historical stone built villages one of these villages is Tewkesbury.
One of battles of the War of the Roses took place here in Tewkesbury in 1471, but to commemorate this there...More
The Arrival Sculpture was a long time coming. Fund raising began many years ago before and the two structures were created and assembled by local artist and finally put in place by local engineers. Striking an imposing stance, one riderless and one with rider they...More