Mooring here is tolerable (it's just about possible if really necessary) , no information available. There is a single visitor mooring available for a small payment at the Old Rectory Moorings. It has a coin operated electricity supply and water hose, use the mobile number on the sign.
Facilities: water point.
|Strensham Lock||2 miles, ¼ furlongs|
|Strensham Lock Swing Bridge||2 miles|
|Strensham Lock Weir Exit No 2||1 mile, 7 furlongs|
|Strensham Lock Weir Exit No 1||1 mile, 6½ furlongs|
|Coventry Water Main Pipe Bridge||1 mile, 5¼ furlongs|
|M5 Avon Bridge||3½ furlongs|
|Fleet Inn (Bredon)||1 mile, 1¼ furlongs|
|Tewkesbury Marina Entrance No 2||3 miles|
|Tewkesbury Marina Entrance No 1||3 miles, 2 furlongs|
|Tewkesbury Marina Bridge||3 miles, 2½ furlongs|
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Nearest water pointThe nearest water point is here. Others are at:
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Nearest self-operated pump-outTravel to Tewkesbury Junction, then on the River Severn (main river - Worcester to Gloucester) to Gloucester / Sharpness - Severn Junction, then on the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal to Llanthony Road Bridge
Wikipedia has a page about Bredon
Bredon is a village and civil parish in Wychavon District at the southern edge of Worcestershire in England. It lies on the banks of the River Avon on the lower slopes of Bredon Hill, at "the beginning of the Cotswolds". As "Brensham Village", it has been made famous by the writer John Moore, whose descriptions of village life between the wars are widely celebrated.