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Things to do in Bewdley, Worcestershire


Bewdley is a small town set in the heart of the Severn Valley. The town's history can be traced hundreds of years back, when Bewdley was England's second largest town. Bewdley is very popular and has a huge number of holiday makers that comes to Bewdley to see the well known Bewdley Bridge and historic buildings.

The town has one main street which has very few shops, mostly old fashioned. The most well known shop in Bewdley is "Teddy Grays sweet shop" which attracts people from all over the midlands.

Bewdley is very well regarded, as the Bewdley school and sixth form centre, the towns high school is very well known to be a place of quality learning, and has an excellent reputation.

Bewdley Bridge was built hundreds of years ago, and has the historic look. The River Severn runs right through the centre of the town, and most of the town's features is based around the river.

Bewdley is an lovely, rural and quiet town, and is home to a little number of people.

Description by Christopher Slater

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Bridge by Thomas Telford © Stephen Brodie
St Anne's Church © Stephen Brodie

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