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Please call 07944 510997 or email ashchurch@newdawn.homes to book your viewing.

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Ashchurch Village.

Ashchurch Fields is a select village development of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom high quality homes, forming a cul de sac which backs onto picturesque open fields. Each home is carefully designed with light and space in mind to provide beautiful homes.
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The picturesque Village of Ashchurch is just 2 miles from the Tewkesbury district of Gloucestershire, The village was first recorded in 1287, Ashchurch means "church near the ash-tree"

Ashchurch has its own village Primary School in the centre of Ashchurch itself and very near to St Nicholas church which lies on the opposite side of the main road but set back a distance.
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St. Nicholas Church, Ashchurch
The original school building is still in use today, with additional extensions to provide more classroom space. Ashchurch playgroup also shares the school site. Sited in the grounds of the school is Ashchurch War memorial commemorating soldiers who died in the Great War.

Adjacent to the school is the Village Hall, first opening in 1926, it offers a large flexible space for all types of functions and community uses. There are regular classes for Yoga, Zumba and other activities. There is also parking for about 40 vehicles.

Ashchurch has excellent shopping and employment facilities with around half of Tewkesbury’s industry. As well as the MOD Camp, being the primary vehicle storage in the UK, the Village has Another key employer is Dowty Seals. There is also a coffee shop and Fitzhamon Park. Ashchurch Fields is close to amenities but it is also surrounded by open countryside making it the best of both worlds
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Wake up feeling refreshed in your New Dawn Home
These New Dawn homes are finished to a high specification with Oak internal doors with chrome handles, feature LED stair lights, Oak stair handrails, contemporary sanitaryware with wall hung basins and mono taps together with spacious quality fitted kitchens with soft close doors, oven, induction hob and hood together with integrated fridge freezers all as standard.
Each home is carefully designed for modern living with open plan kitchen/dining/family rooms with plenty of space to cook, eat, socialise and spend time with precious loved ones. Spread over 3 floors the layout is flexible with plenty of space for a home office or hobbie room.

If you are searching for the Quality of life which you and your family deserve, it’s hard to imagine a better place to live, with a mature close-knit community and open space all around, the pace is relaxed, yet all the amenities are at hand.
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Choose from a stylish range of kitchen units and worktops.
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Stylish En-suite and bathrooms, choose from a range of European tiles

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Spacious homes with plenty of space for home working or hobbie room
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Spacious walk in dressing rooms or wardrobes to main bedroom.
Transport links

Ashchurch is ideally located within easy reach of Worcester, Cheltenham and Gloucester. It has its own Railway station, with great links to Bristol and Birmingham, with regular bus services to Tewkesbury just 2 miles away

Bristol 47 miles (1 hour 15 minutes by train)
Birmingham 43 miles (50 minutes by train)
Worcester 16.8 miles (26 minutes by train)
Gloucester 14.6
Cheltenham 9 miles
Tewkesbury Leisure Centre 3.2 miles
Tewkesbury High Street 2.3 miles
Ashchurch Train Station 0.4 miles ( 9 minute walk)



Ashchurch Fields
Off Ashchurch Road
Tewkesbury
GL20 8JX
Tewkesbury

Tewkesbury is an ancient settlement at the meeting of the Rivers Severn and Avon. Here you will see one of the best medieval townscapes in England with its fine half-timbered buildings, overhanging upper storeys and narrow alleyways.

Visitors today can enjoy medieval streets and a picturesque riverside setting. Tewkesbury has something to offer everyone from great local food dining in many of the cafes, bistros or pubs, excellent shopping at a range of independent shops, to accommodation at a variety of places to suit your needs. The rivers can be enjoyed by all, be it a leisurely stroll along the banks, watching the wildlife, or a relaxing cruise watching the world go by.
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For the more active Tewkesbury Leisure Centre has a main pool, teaching pool and children's splash area, a 60-station gym complete with a free weight area overlooking the main pool and Two activity studios for fitness classes, parties and meetings.
For a cultural experience The Roses Theatre has a live programme of touring music, drama, children's theatre, dance, opera, ballet and comedy, culminating in the spectacular annual family pantomime or visit The John Moore Museum and the Merchant’s House In this unique row of 15th century timber framed building and delve into the past in the Tudor Merchant's House and shop. Tewkesbury Heritage Centre incorporates interactive displays, games, information panels and allows the visitor to contemplate life in the 17th century and explore the town's fascinating history.

Tewkesbury ‘s Norman Abbey and Tewkesbury Tudor Museum are also a must to visit, Tewkesbury Abbey is larger than many cathedrals with the exquisitely sculptured tombs and chantry chapels
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