We have just returned from a five night stay at Tewkesbury and were delighted with how well managed the site is in spite of the current pandemic restrictions. Although many of the customary local attractions are closed or operating at less than full capacity there is still much in the area to occupy the visitor and arouse interest. The wardens have a free list of easy to follow walk instructions and we were able to sample some of them with no map needed. Nearby towns such as Gloucester, (you have to visit the regenerated docks area) and Upton upon Severn with its plethora of river side pubs are both easily cyclable following the Sustrans Route 45 which is mostly on quiet lanes once away from Tewkesbury town.(OS Explorer Maps Recommended). Unfortunately theatres and Tourist Information Centres remain closed due to Covid 19 restrictions but at least Tewkesbury Museum is open in the afternoons from 1.00 pm. Great fish & chips from The Abbey Fryer in Barton Street which can be pre-ordered by phone to be ready for collection. Even in mid autumn this is a great place to stay. Our multi surfaced pitch was large although it is requested that awnings are pitched on the grass at the side of the block paved 'van parking area. The site sanitation facilities appear to have been refurbished three or four years ago and the showers are the best that we have seen in the past 12 years staying widely across the network of Caravan & Motor Home Club sites. Well done to all the staff at Tewkesbury for all your efforts in maintaining a very high standard in all aspects of the park.