Tewkesbury


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the final battle of the War of the Roses in 1471 in which Edward IV defeated the Lancastrians

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The Antiques Roadshow at Tewkesbury Abbey airs tomorrow at 8pm on BBC One.
He had been stopped in Tewkesbury with an alcohol breath reading of 58micrograms - the legal limit is 35 mcgs.
A Gloucestershire Police spokesman said: "A 59-year-old man from Bredon was charged with drinkdriving after he was arrested on Bredon Road, Tewkesbury, at around 8pm on Tuesday December 22."
Jeremy Pettit, General Manager at ACS&T Tewkesbury commented: "Using REstore's Demand Response service at our Tewkesbury site will enable us to minimise our power demand at critical times without any impact on our service.
"I've lived in the area for 20 years but we chose Tewkesbury to settle in.
Josh Smith, Web & Digital Takeup Officer, Tewkesbury Borough Council added: “We are very pleased to have achieved a three star rating.
It is therefore unlikely that Tewkesbury Borough Council can require the sign to be removed before the end of the festival."
Tewkesbury rallied and a try by Simon Dawe, two penalties and a conversion by Anthony Richards had them level briefly.
Residents in crisis town Tewkesbury, Gloucs, partly swamped after recent downpours, told of their relief.
The Environment Agency has put flood warnings in place at the River Severn between Worcester and Tewkesbury and from Tewkesbury to upstream of Gloucester.
The milk comes from a dairy near Tewkesbury via a distribution centre in Colwyn Bay.
The father and son were already dead when they were found at the club in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
Describing two battles that took place within a month, Gravett details how King Edward IV, with his brother Richard of Gloucester and his ally Lord Hastings, faced and defeated two separate Lancastrian forces at Barnet and Tewkesbury to secure his throne.
Morris was attacking high Victorian architects like George Gilbert Scott who had proposed to 'restore' Tewkesbury Abbey to what he believed to be its original Gothic state, and in so doing scrape away all the changes and additions of intervening centuries.