The old riverside market town of Evesham, situated in the middle of the Vale of Evesham is the setting for the 55+ and Retirement Roadshow on July 13th.
The Vale with the beautiful river Avon offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
The Avon which runs through the town is a very popular recreational area offering something for everyone from fishing to walking to boating.
The venue for the 55+ and Retirement Roadshow is the Town Hall situated in the High Street, Evesham WR11 4RW. The show opens at 9-30 and closes at 3-30.
We are very fortunate at The National Careline to have the services of Jonathan Wilkey. Jon specialises in the law relating to the elderly particularly with regard to asset protection and long-term care, Court of Protection issues and equity release. We will also have a representative from Tax Help for Older People so, if you have any issues regarding tax, come along and talk it through with them.
We will be having 2 demonstrations of Tai Chi with Alan Sanson. The first one will be at 10-30 and the second one at 12-30. This is your opportunity to come along and try it out for yourself.
At 11-15 we will have a fashion show with some of the residents from Yates Court modelling outfits from the Evesham branch of Bon Marche.
King James 1 granted Evesham a charter in 1603 and a Charter market takes place in the Market Place outside the Town Hall every Saturday to this day. Enjoy browsing the ‘new-look’ Saturday Charter market with its varied stalls.
Once you have seen the show, take time to wander through this ancient market town, with the beautiful River Avon. Take a stroll around the town and visit The Heritage Centre at The Almonry.
This 14th century building, once the home of the Abbey's Almoner, houses a wealth of information and artefacts, documenting such important happenings as the history of the great Abbey and the defeat of Baron Simon de Montfort at the Battle of Evesham in 1265.
There are several places within a few minutes of the Town Hall where you can get a drink and a bite to eat.
The nearest car parks are at The Old Brewery, Merstow Green and Bewdley Street. All are pay and display parks.