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Victoria gardens are always a sight to see - Tewkesbury council seem to do so much more with their parks and gardens than dreary Hereford. In the garden were clever bedding designs with red sedum centres and blue salvia outer rings. The bridge over the...More
Came across this by accident, very pleasant picturesque gardens alongside the river. Lovely flowers and weeping willows leading to the weir by the Abbey Mill. Interesting to look across the flood plains and then travel further along to join up with the Riverside Walk.
If you take a walk along the Avon you will stumble upon the entrance to Victoria Pleasure Gardens. Not an expansive area and not packed with theme parks or children's playgrounds; just a neat, traditional town park, emanating from the Victorian era, and still carrying...More
After visiting the Abbey, its a very short walk along the main street to the Victoria pleasure gardens.
Beautiful gardens, so much colour amidst the scorched grass, and an easy walk along the riverside taking in the hypnotic weir.
Birdlife, butterfly and insects to view....More
On a lovely day it is a pleasure to walk through the gardens which are always kept very well. The rose garden particularly was looking great. Nice to walk along the river and behind the old mill which is a shame that the old wheels...More
The garden is beautiful and being next to the river is a great place to sit and contiplate your next move. The most amazing thing is how the voulenteers recover from the flooding of the garden, the silt that it leaves may be good for...More
We discovered these lovely, peaceful gardens down by the river as we went to walk on the Severn Ham. Situated near the picturesque mill, with the river and Ham nearby, it is a very nice spot to visit and to sit for a while, doing...More