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The town of Pershore, England is located in the County of Worcestershire along the banks of the river Avon. The town of Pershore sports a population of just over 7,300 residents but those numbers increase every year. The reason for these increases of course is because of the Pershore College as well as Pershore Abbey. If you are looking for a great place for a delectable treat though, look no further than Pershore since it is well-known for its locally grown pears and plums.
Thanks to the Cotswold Railway, the town is accessible directly through Paddington Station making it a great choice to call home if you are willing to undertake the daily commutes.
While many of the towns in the region are known for their Tudor style homes, built with locally quarried limestone, the town of Pershore is known for having some of the most elegant looking Georgian style homes. Furthermore, since the town of Pershore is located in the Vale of Evesham, along with its locally grown pears and plums, it is also the heart of the agriculturally rich district.
Since the town is built on the banks of the River Avon, it has also become a well known stop off for all types of boats and fishermen. Furthermore, the Council for British Archaeology has designated Pershore as a town which holds major historical importance. So whether you take a boat, train or a car, Pershore is a definite place to visit. Enjoy eating some delectably fresh fruit while admiring the beauty of the olde-world Georgian style architecture.
One of the crowning glory and must see spots in Pershore is the Abbey. Since its founding in the 11th century, the Abbey has gone through several renovations, but many of the sections are still original. While the currently standing Abbey is smaller than the original, this is because the Abbey was severely damaged by the Henry VIII Dissolution. The majority of the destruction to the original Abbey is situated in the Nave as well as the collapsing of the north transept which happened several years following the Dissolution.