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 Stratford Upon Avon Services

In the birthplace of England's greatest poet and playwright, the town is still an important market town in Warwickshire. Many of the original houses from Shakespeare's time are still in excellent condition, being preserved by the Shakespeare organisation.

These fine old buildings, the characteristically wide streets and the tranquil flowing River Avon still make Stratford-upon-Avon a delight to visit.


Stratford-upon-Avon is a town, small in size but large in history and interest. The streets themselves hold a thousand delights with the chemistry of the ages mixed in with the needs of today. It is a thriving and busy town of just over 20,000 inhabitants whose day-to-day business is conducted amongst the rich architecture.

William Shakespeare's significance to the town can be found in his families' houses on the very streets of town.treets. The blend of architecture from the original medieval town grid structure to the present day is both diverse and eclectic.

Centuries stand side by side in some streets, in others a whole century is mirrored as if time has indeed stood still!



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