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Both the Ferry service to Twyning and the 35 minute town boat trips have now ceased until Spring 2017.
Ferry Services normally run between April and end September and town boat trips between April and end of October, subject to river and weather conditions.
Operated by Severn Leisure Cruises, based in Upton-upon-Severn.
The ferry service will be running from the Back of Avon to the Fleet Inn at Twyning.
The boat will also call at Croft Farm Water Park, Bredons Hardwick as a request stop.
The return journey will involve travelling down the Mill Avon to the Abbey Mill before turning around and dropping people back off at the Back of Avon moorings.
How many people
Both the town services aboard the American Pontoon style boat and the Twyning ferry service aboard the Naughtie Nellie will take a maximum passenger number of 12 people each
Tewkesbury to Croft Farm and Twyning £5 single adult, £2.50 child (age 1-16)
Croft Farm to The Fleet at Twyning £3 single adult, £1.50 child (age 1-16)
Dogs are allowed
No disabled access
Contact: 01684 593112
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