What a great way to go to work! 2009/10

Evesham, where we live and moore our boat, is between 3 and 4 hours from Pershore, where WDC offices are, along the River Avon. During my year as Chairman Wendy and I intend to travel to work this way as often as possible. These pictures will show the glory of a lovely sunny day along the River Avon.

Leaving Evesham under Workman Bridge.

The views across the countryside in beautiful weather are quite stunning

The Anchor Inn at Wyre Piddle

Wyre Piddle waterfront

Wyre Piddle diamond shaped lock. The only one of it’s type in the country. Why is it that shape?

Wyre Mill and marina. Home of the Lower Avon Navigation Trust

Looking towards Pershore

WDC offices are in the background. Walking from boat to office is about 10 minutes.

Pershore Abbey

Approaching Pershore moorings.

A nice way to do business. Meeting for a BBQ with Mayor of Pershore, Cllr Chris Parsons and Consort Jan

Pershore moorings on the King George Playing fields in the town centre. Facilities for boaters are excellent, with good shops for provisions.

Looking back at Wyre Piddle Lock

Wyre Piddle marina

An island house just outside Wyre Piddle

Cattle in the fields

Sheep keeping cool

Fladbury weir and Mill

Fladbury Lock

Fladbury Weir

Chadbury Lock

Looking towards Chadbury Lock

Sankey Marine

Evesham trip boat, ‘Hansam Too’

The only rope ferry in the world. Hampton Ferry, Evesham


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