Bridge Foot, Stratford-upon-Avon. CV37 6YY
Situated on the beautiful river Avon just a stone’s throw from the centre of town, you’ll be hard pushed to find a better location to relax. Cox’s Yard leaves you spoilt for choice, boasting an all fresh food restaurant with a fantastic range of beers and wines, not to mention our Coffee Shop, offering cakes, light bites and homemade Gelato. We are named after James Cox, a timber merchant who moved to the site to develop his fledgling business over 160 years ago. James Cox and Sons became well known in the area for supplying the finest materials, many of which were used to build today’s historic building in Shakespeare’s County. Whilst we obviously no longer trade in timber, we do serve delicious food and drink, made from the finest ingredients, that’s not to be missed!
Avon Navigation Trust
Mill Wharf, Mill Lane Wyre Piddle WR10 2JF
The navigable river Avon runs from Alveston Weir above Stratford-upon Avon, for 47 miles, winding it's way through the Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire countryside, down to Tewkesbury where it joins the river Severn.
The Severn Rivers Trust
Unit 3, Hope House Farm Barns, Hope House Lane, Martley. WR6 6QF
An independent environmental charity established to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of the rivers, streams, watercourses and water bodies in the Severn catchment.