A feature following the Severn Way from Tewkesbury to Worcester, covering the walking route, things to see, places to eat and the general ambience of the stretch.
"The slow-moving waters of the Severn pass through constantly shifting scenery on the river’s lengthy journey from source to sea. With the illustrious title of the longest river in the UK, the Severn begins its journey in the towering Welsh mountains, before winding through historic cities, ambling alongside lush farmland before spilling out into its estuary. A long-distance footpath, the Severn Way, runs the entire length of the river’s 220 miles and is the ideal way to explore this waterway on foot."
Excerpt from Waterfront, May 2018, words only