Vale of Evesham

The historic town of Evesham, on the banks of Shakespeare’s River Avon, is the “capital” of the Vale of Evesham, lying between the Malvern and Bredon Hills and the Cotswolds in the Heart of England.

It is also often being referred to as the fruit basket of England, due to its rich, fertile farmlands.

The “Vale” is roughly contiguous with the estates surrounding Evesham’s medieval abbey, founded in AD 701 by Saint Ecgwin.