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The Vale of Evesham is often referred to as the ‘Garden of Britain’ and is also known for its large variety of fruit.

The Blossom Trail has a series of 3 walks that happen throughout the year but are best visited throughout spring when the trees are full of colour and fruit.

Between the months of March and May the road sides are blossomed with the soft pink of cherry and apple and accompanied with bright white of the pear and plum trees. It makes for a truly great view worth spending a couple of days doing.

You can take part in the walks by of course walking as well as cycling or even driving. It is entirely your choice.
If you do want to see this amazing piece of nature, then why not spend a few days in Evesham?

You could even stay at our holiday park too where you will be conveniently located to view the colours of the blossom as well as having a great place to spend a few days relaxing.

Once you have seen all you want of the Blossom Trail you can indulge in the other activities on the caravan park including fishing and river walks. Evesham itself has a number of other entertainments too, like the impressive number of restaurants and shopping facilities so everyone’s personal interests are covered.

This will be a great opportunity to witness nature’s beauty and spend a few days away from the busy life you have back home. Treat yourself to a weekend away and enjoy Evesham.

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