Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club
Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club
On the northern edge of Oswestry with access via Llwyn Rd. This is a fine example of an Iron Age fortress first occupied in around 300B.C. It is an impressive structure with its huge earthwork ramparts & ditches. Rumoured to be the birthplace of Queen Guinevere! Has Spectacular views over Read more [...]
Two wooded hills and a heather covered ridge covering a 70 hectare are and giving stunning views views over the Shropshire countryside. . Visitors can enjoy a network racks, paths and trails giving a variety of walking and riding experiences from level tracks to steep narrow footpaths suitable for all different ages Read more [...]
The small market town of Bishop’s Castle is located in South Shropshire, close to the Welsh Border. The nearby Shropshire Hills are popular with walkers and the town is an excellent base for exploring Shropshire and the Welsh Marches. A small museum “The House on Crutches” with exhibits of local Read more [...]
Regional Transport is a bus and coach company based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. We operate Shropshire’s only sightseeing bus tour. The tour runs from Shrewsbury to Ironbridge via Much Wenlock on the return journey. Our double decker buses are available to hire. Visit our website at http://www.regionaltransport.co.uk/ for more details
Renowned as amongst one of the the finest gardens in the country. Sixty acres of brilliantly coloured flowers, magnificent forest trees and formal gardens planted to give delight during every season, woodland walks amongst flowering shrubs and a daisy chain of ornamental pools. NB Seasonal opening – see http://www.hodnethallgardens.org/ for Read more [...]
The Shropshire Golf Centre
One of Shropshire’s top attractions, the Ironbridge Gorge is known throughout the world as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. But please do not be deceived by our heritage. Nowadays the area is far from industrial. Although the revolution started here, most of the factories are long gone and the Read more [...]
Coleham Pumping Station was built circa 1900 to house two massive steam-driven beam engines, which were used to pump sewage as part of Shrewsbury’s new sewerage system. The museum is opened to the public on special days during the year. See website for information.
Ruins of the medieval Hopton Castle, besieged during and destroyed during the English Civil War. The Hopton Castle Preservation Trust secured recently funds from the Heritage Lottery fund and other sources which has allowed the castle and its surroundings to be purchased and repaired and access to be provided for visitors.
Fordhall Organic Farm is the first community owned farm in England. Demonstrating that small-scale farming connected to the local community offers a viable way of life for generations to come.. Open year round to the public all year, offering picnic area and nature trail, organic cafe, farm shop, group tours, Read more [...]
One of the biggest raised bogs in Britain. Its astonishingly varied wildlife makes it a place of international importance. Located on the Shropshire-Wales border close to Whitchurch.
Daniels Mill is one of Shropshire’s hidden gems. It holds the distinction of having the largest diameter waterwheel of any working corn mill in England. The watermill is virtually unaltered since the 18th Century and still in the ownership of the same family for over 250 years. Set in a beautiful Read more [...]
Newport is a small market town located near to the Staffordshire border. Its origins date back to the 12th century, but many of the original buildings were destroyed by a major fire in the 17th century. Visitors can enjoy a selection of pubs, cafe’s and restaurants. Nearby are the beautiful Read more [...]
English Heritage. The remains of a fortified manor house built in the 13th century by Robert Burnell, Chancellor of England and close friend of King Edward the First. The King was a regular visitor and it is said that he convened one of the first English Parliaments here in 1263. Read more [...]
The Eckford Sweet Pea Society of Wem will be holding its 30th show in celebration of Henry Eckford V.H.M in Wem, North Shropshire SY4 5DS on Saturday 21st July and Sunday 22nd of July 2018. Admission: £3 for Adults, Children Free. ONLY Disabled Parking on Site. All amenities undercover and Read more [...]
National Trust: late Victorian villa which has survived largely unaltered. The house is packed full with everyday items belonging to the families who lived here, The grounds are a mini estate with pigsties, stables, kitchen garden, orchards, conservatory, flower garden and superb Wellingtonia avenue. Enjoy a refreshments in the period Read more [...]
Flounders’ Folly is an imposing stone tower located on Callow Hill, near Craven Arms. Constructed in 1838 by Benjamin Flounders , was restored in 2004-2005 by the Flounders’ Folly Trust and is now open to the public one day each month. enabling visitors to scale the 78 steps to the Read more [...]
Shropshire’s only ice rink
The Ellesmere Sculpture Trail is made up of sculptures set in the beautiful landscape of Ellesmere. The trail provides visitors with a free and gentle tour all the year round (mostly accessible by wheelchair and pushchair) taking in the uniquely attractive settings of the mere, the castle fields and canal.
The railway was built in 1902 to link the rural community with Welshpool. Today the steam train journey starts at Welshpool up the steep Golfa bank, through the Banwy Valley, into Llanfair Caereinion. Special event during the year are organized & there are also driving experience courses.
Dominating the High Street this magnificent timber framed building was built in 1652. The splendidly preserved interior contains numerous historical town artifacts.
This amazing canal in the sky was designed and built by Thomas Telford and Williams Jessop and is now a World Heritage Site. You can either walk across, if you dare, or save your legs and take a canal boat ride But there’s one thing you have to take with Read more [...]
Wenlock Edge is a long wooded escarpment stretching from The Wrekin to Craven Arms offering woodland walks, stunning views and flower-rich grasslands. The limestone ridge is the remains of a coral reef, so there are lots of opportunities for fossil hunting amongst the exposed rocks. The National Trust own an Read more [...]
The 15th Century building, once a grammar school, houses the Oswestry Visitor Information Centre, a cafe and exhibition display areas. All year round displays feature local artists and craftspeople.
For nearly four and a half centuries Much Wenlock Guildhall served as the administrative and judicial centre for the entire Borough of Much Wenlock and is still used today for town council meetings. The beautiful interior features displays covering the history of Much Wenlock and hosts a programme of exhibitions. The building is Read more [...]
North Shropshire market town. Located in North Shropshire, Market Drayton is a traditional Shropshire market town with origins dating back to before the Domesday book. Modern buildings in the town centre mix with fine examples of 17th century black and white constructions. The town claims to be “home of the Read more [...]
White Horse in Ironbridge welcomes customers with camper vans. The pub has a large car park and beer garden and gives a warm welcome to dogs and their owners. The pub is family friendly and serves real ales and also has a real fire. It has dart board, pool table Read more [...]
A quintessentially English town, off the beaten track and the birthplace of William Penny Brookes,the inspiration for the modern Olympic Movement. Do you want to remember or experience for the first time what England was like 50 years ago? Then travel to the beautiful Shropshire town of Much Wenlock, sit Read more [...]
A early 19th century villa near Shrewsbury. Please note only open on selected days throughout the year. See National Trust website for details.
See the industrial past of the village with restored and conserved buildings including a Hoffmann Kiln, one of only a few in the country and the only one complete with chimney. Enjoy the woodland, meadow and canal-side walks around the site which is open all year round.
Serious just got fun. And vice-versa! Enginuity is an interactive design and technology centre that aims to inspire and capture the imagination of everyone intrigued by the secrets of how things around them are made and how they work. An Ironbridge Gorge Museum Site.
The Welsh Guards Collection is a magnificent exhibition of uniforms, arms, artefacts and memorabilia, which depict ‘the life in the Welsh Guards’ since its formation in 1915. Located at Park Hall The Countryside Experience
We offer a complete design service for your outdoor space. From initial consultation to the final stages of planting – we aim to please! Also garden artifacts for sale. See web site for full range of services.
Golf at Hawkstone Park is truly a unique experience. The tremendous landscape is ideal for its two championship courses and 6 hole par 3 course, offering a wonderful contrast, suitable for golfers of varying standards. A golfing experience at Hawkstone Park will be a memorable occasion and a must for Read more [...]
In the grounds of the traditional Station Inn and its restaurant, we have a well stocked Bike shop, a fully equipped mountain bike workshop, a cafe for that post ride tea and cake, a shower block and a bike wash, electrically heated camping pods and a large campsite. The excellent Read more [...]
All ages welcome for great affordable fun! Families, schools, corporate groups and Hen & Stag groups welcome to enjoy our scenic guided float tours on the largest rafts in the UK (up to 16 per boat), hire your own raft (4-6 person), mega stand up paddle board (5-8 person), canoe Read more [...]
We are based just outside Oswestry, Shropshire at The Venue at Park Hall. Laser tag gaming is perfect for parties, groups and individuals. It can be used for team building and corporate events as well as individuals playing with others to improve confidence and self esteem. Its a great way Read more [...]
Remains of a medieval castle located on a hilltop above the town of Llangollen just across the Shropshire border in Denbighshire, Wales.
Country Garden Plant Centre & Tea Room, garden centre Shrewsbury. Situated in the grounds of the historic Black Birches House, dating back to the 12th century. With 15 acres of glorious Shropshire countryside, it really is a delight to visit. Be inspired with a walk around our gardens. Most of the varieties seen growing Read more [...]
Contemporary theatre in a stunning riverside location. Owned by Shropshire Council. The main auditorium seats 638, over three levels, and features a busy schedule of music, theatre and comedy. Regular performances and events also take place in the more intimate Walker Theatre,