Food, Drink & cute buildings
Updated: Mar 27
Three of my favourite things, put them all together and you’ve got a winner! However I apologise in advance for the photos, they’re not the best but hopefully you can still appreciate the beauty.
Sunday was the last day of our mini-break and after a few days filled with a bit of driving we opted for something a little closer and relaxed.
Tewkesbury Food & Drink festival was being held in the grounds of the Abbey; its a place I’d never been but it just sounded like the perfect way to spend a Sunday. It was warmish but pretty cloudy as we arrived and of course the first thing I needed was a coffee, so picked one up at the first stall we found then headed inside the marquee for a good sniff around.
There were quite a few families there eyeing up the pies, pastries and cider, we made sure to do a full lap before making our selections, finding a nice patch of grass and sitting down to enjoy our mini picnic style lunch.
We sat there a while enjoying the live acoustic music and the little sun that decided to pop out and say hi for a bit.
It wasn’t long before all the kids with ice-cream made us a little jealous so we set off in search of our own. Deciding to walk off the ice-cream as we ate it, we wandered back through the church grounds and into the centre of town.
If you were to picture a quaint English town I reckon Tewkesbury would be pretty close to the image in your head! Theres just something about the wonky walls and concave windows that I just can’t resist.
By the time we wandered through the centre and finished our ice cream it was time to head off to the airport and back to reality.
I just love exploring new places and I’m already thinking about my next adventure….