The showroom is located on a rural industrial estate in the village of Draycott, which is near Moreton-in-Marsh.
Draycott lies on the B4479, which can be accessed from the A44 Evesham to Moreton-in-Marsh road.
The A44 and A429 cross in the centre of Moreton-in-Marsh, just two miles to the South-East of the showroom.
Draycott Business Centre
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Things to do nearby
The earliest verifiable recorded history of Batsford Park which includes the arboretum dates back to the early part of the 17th Century.
Much of the landscaping you see today in the arboretum is thanks to the 1st Lord Redesdale and grandfather to the infamous Mitford sisters who lived at Batsford Park during World War I.
We’re open every day of the year except Christmas Day and entry to the Café, Garden and Gift Shops and Plant Centre is absolutely free, so even if you don’t have time to visit our beautiful tree collection, you can still enjoy the atmosphere and shopping at Batsford.
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If you're using SATNAV please use the code GL56 9AD.
Wellington Aviation Museum
Some years ago Gerry Tyack opened his small museum dedicated to all those who served or who passed through RAF Moreton-in-Marsh, on one of the many training courses for RAF bomber command.
As you pull up outside the museum you will see propellers and wheels from the aircraft most used at Moreton-in-Marsh, the Vickers-Armstrong Wellington. There is also a casing for the 4000lb bombs dropped by the aircraft, in his garden there is the whole tail section of one aircraft, showing the famous Barnes Wallis designed geodetic structure which made the aircraft so strong and easy to repair.
Entrance fee:- £2.50
Moreton-in-Marsh is one of the principal market towns in the northern Cotswolds. It grew up in the thirteenth century as a market town with a wide main street, narrow burgage plots and back lanes. There still is a busy Tuesday market with about 200 stalls attracting many visitors.
Moreton has been a traveller's town for at least 1700 years and was used as a coaching station before the coming of the Oxford to Worcester railway in 1853.
Many of the old buildings along the High Street date from the 17th and 18th centuries. King Charles l is said to have stayed at The White Hart Hotel in 1644.