by Tenbury Wells and DistrictCivic and Historical Society in Tenbury .
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Tenbury Wells is a small ancient market town situated in the very north west of Worcestershire on the A road. The River Teme, which runs along the edge of the town, separates Worcestershire and Shropshire and the Herefordshire border is less than a mile away. Tenbury Wells: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Tenbury Wells. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since Books about Tenbury Wells area Browse 27 photo books on Tenbury Wells and the surrounding area. See All Books. The History of Tenbury Wells and it's peopke. The town has an asset which might be far more developed than it has been, a spring of saline waters, highly recommended by . Tenbury & District Museum has merged with the Tenbury History Society. to form a new organisation: TENBURY WELLS MUSEUM & HISTORY GROUP CIO Housed in a small Victorian school, Goff's School, Tenbury Museum aims to give a flavour of the development of the market town and district of Tenbury Wells, allegedly described by Queen Victoria as her ‘Little Town in the Orchard’.
The Museum in Cross Street, is housed in the old Goff’s Charity School. The museum houses many interesting items from Tenbury’s past. Parents and grandparents are always fascinated by artefacts they remember from their childhood. Tenbury Wells Library, Tenbury Wells, United Kingdom. likes 9 talking about this 20 were here. Tenbury Wells Library is part of the Worcestershire Libraries & Learning Service. Tenbury Wells Museum and History Group, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, United Kingdom. likes. Set in the delightful town of Tenbury we aim to preserve and display items of local historical. Browse, Tenbury Wells. likes 3 talking about this 1 was here. Furniture: antique, retro, modern and painted. Prints and Paintings, Books, Militaria and Clothing all under one roof.
Tenbury Wells WR15 8AA. Shop open 10am – 4pm Monday to Saturday throughout the year. Tel: We are located at the north end of Teme Street on the corner of Teme Court. Web: Email: [email protected] We currently stock maps books and other tourist memorabilia for sale at our shop. In addition to the pump room and baths, reading rooms have been fitted up and walks laid out along the banks of the Kyre. The name Tenbury Wells was then given to the town, and the Local Government Act of was adopted for the district in This district was dissolved six years later. Tenbury Wells Castle, which is also known as Burford Castle or Castle Tump, was possibly built before the Norman Conquest and has been attributed to Richard le Scrope. He was a Norman immigrant who had come to England in the late s at the invite of King Edward the Confessor and built numerous castles to control his estates. Tenbury Wells is an attractive town situated in the northwest corner of Worcestershire near the borders of Herefordshire and Shropshire. Tenbury lies on the River Teme, in an area known for growing hops and cider apples. For this reason Tenbury has been called the "The Town in the Orchard".