Tewkesbury is a town and civil parish in the southwestern English county of Gloucestershire, at the confluence of the famous River Avon and River Severn.
Tewkesbury Abbey is a stunning church and former Benedictine monastery in the centre of town. Dating back to the early 12th century, the structure is looked upon as one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in the country. With an enormous Romanesque crossing tower, one of Europe’s largest, this is an imposing local landmark of which Tewkesbury locals are extremely proud.
Severn Ham is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest near Tewkesbury. Composed of over 70 hectares of nature reserve close to the centre of town. With grasslands and woodlands, the area is a popular place for locals to come and take a break from life in the town. Each summer, wildflowers carpet the area.
Throughout the community, from Priors Park to Mitton, Floom’s Tewkesbury flower delivery covers the entire area.