Tewkesbury has some really old buildings in it, and recently I spotted two new information plaques that had been placed in the town that highlight some of the history of the buildings in question.
The first I spotted outside the Town Hall.
While the second was in the alley next to Cross House:
Cross House is a real gem, and for me has one of the best doors I have ever seen. One day I was lucky to find it open and popped my head and phone inside to see what was behind it and was very surprised. It does house a dentist’s surgery so I did not poke around too much.
Another plaque, although this one I photographed ages ago.
And of course there is a plaque at the Abbey Mill.
There are other finds in town that are breathtaking and I will add more as I gather in the images. Until then..
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