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Alcester Travel Guide  

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Alcester is a small town in the south of in England which is approximately 8 miles to the west of Avon.
Situated on the Alne River, which is pronounced as olster or aulster, it has a population of six thousand.
The dates back to the early Roman period and it has a number of archaeological sites.
There are several historic buildings, traditional pubs and antique shops which one can visit.
There are a few local events such as the Town Criers competition which is held in April, the Annual Mop which is held in October as well as various markets and parades from time to time.
There are a number of organizations and clubs which encourage participation in arts and crafts and other activities for the people living in Alcester.
There are libraries, sports clubs and restaurants and shops where people can enjoy their free time.
The town has a warm, sunny climate.        

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Robert Bale
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Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The Alcester War Memorial Town Hall is a village hall which has a number of function rooms. The building was bought by the people of Alcester to serve as a memorial for the men who lost their lives in the... more 1st World War. Ragley Hall, which was the historic home of the Marquis, has fascinating gardens, a sculpture park, an exhibition room and a wonderful collection of furniture, china, paintings and more. Special events are held here including weddings and receptions. Coughton Court is a historic house of the Throckmorton family with 2 churches, beautiful gardens, gift shops, and restaurants where one can spend the entire day. The Mary Arden House was the residence of William Shakespeare’s mother. There are several walking routes and cycle paths to explore the city such as the Arden Way and the Sustrans. St. Nicholas is an Anglican church situated in the centre of the town.
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