Croft Farm is located just outside Tewkesbury in the scenic River Avon Valley, with a caravan and camping park adjacent to our own lake. The wide range of water sports activities and tuition on offer provide added interest for those wanting a more active holiday.Read more
As an historic market town, Tewkesbury has been an important hub for traders to sell their wares for many hundreds of years. That legacy continues through to the present day with regular weekly and monthly markets as well as special themed markets adding to the vibrancy of the town.
Every Wednesday and Saturday there is a general market in the Spring Gardens Car Park with a variety of stalls selling fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, clothes and home wares.
On the second Saturday of every month there is a Farmers Market, which takes place at the Abbey Lawns car park. The market features an array of delicious local produce ranging from ciders and beer to artisan breads, cakes and pastries as well as local crafts including handmade gifts, glassware and wood sculpture.
Several times a year, Tewkesbury High Street is closed to traffic and is transformed into a Food & Arts Market. Visit the events page for details of up coming markets.
The town hosts a popular Food & Drink Festival each year in the glorious setting of the Abbey Grounds. Visit the What's On page for more information and all the details of up coming markets.
All Tewkesbury markets are run by Cotswold Markets.
For information about stalls please contact Dave Joynes, Cotswold Markets on
T: 01608 652662
General Weekly Markets:
Spring Gardens Car Park, Tewkesbury GL20 5LR 8am to 3pm
Abbey Lawns Car Park, Gander Lane, Tewkesbury GL20 5PG. 9am to 1.30pm
Tewkesbury Abbey was bought from Henry VIII by the townsfolk for
30 alleyways exist in Tewkesbury today - there were once
Tewkesbury has two big anniversaries in 2021; 900 years since the consecration of the Abbey and 550 years since the Battle of Tewkesbury. The town will have plenty to celebrate