Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club
Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club
Excalibur Martial Arts is a thriving family run Tae Kwon Do school based at Bridgnorth Endowed Sports and Leisure Centre. If you’d like to find out what Tae Kwon Do can offer you and your family (new friends, discipline, confidence, fitness, courtesy, fun, flexibility just to name a few!) come Read more [...]
Quackers play barn is a soft play facility based in Priorslee Telford Monday – Friday term time only toddler deals £3 for 1st child £1.99 for subsequent children includes a tea/coffee for the adult toast/biscuit and juice for the children Weekends and school holidays £3.99 for 1st child and £2.99 Read more [...]
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.
Qube is an Oswestry based charity serving the needs of the local community through: Arts and health: art exhibitions in our contemporary gallery space, creative workshops and events, arts in the community projects and original arts and crafts for sale. Community Transport: Dial-a-ride and community cars providing accessible transport services Read more [...]
English Heritage – The ruins of a late 12th -century church of the small priory of Augustinian canonesses. Located halfway between the A41 and A5 north of Albrighton
Bridgnorth Tae Kwon-Do is run by a young family who are Bridgnorth born and bred! The Principal Instructor, Gary Plant, is a 4th Degree Black Belt who started martial arts at the age of 10 and has been practising Tae Kwon-Do since 2000. Assistant Instructor Anna Bradford has been practising 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 [...]
Beautiful Welsh Lake with nature reserve, lakeside road, cycle hire, picnic sites, tearooms, RSPB visitor centre and bird hides.
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 [...]
This unique shop is home to a huge range of traditional and limited edition teddy bears, Cheeky Bears, Punkie bears and unusual Merrythought soft toys. All of the current collection are in stock as well as a number of rare discontinued items and shop exclusives. Within the shop is a Read more [...]
Unique ‘upstairs downstairs’ property, most interesting are the kitchens, laundry, bake house stables, sawmill & smithy used by the servants. The stunning staterooms display most of their original 18th & 19th century furniture. The large walled garden has been restored to its 18th century formal design.
The Baron at Bucknell is one of the best hotels in Shropshire near Ludlow. Our hotel is surrounded by the awesome views that provide a relaxed and comfortable environment to our customers. We provide various outdoor and sports pursuits like Fishing, Cycling, Gliding and a lot of more to make Read more [...]
Bridgnorth Golf Club
On Sunday 30th April and Monday 1st May, the 6 gardens surrounding Morville Hall are open for their spring showing once again. Refreshments available in the church. On the Monday the fun packed, family event that is our traditional May Fete kicks off with lots to keep everyone happy including Read more [...]
Premier all weather attraction on a 130 acre Victorian farm. Animals large and small, milking, lamb feeding, pony grooming, and cart rides. Huge indoor play arena with toy tractor circuit and bouncy castles. Welsh Guards Museum. Exciting extras: Junior Driving School. Excellent Tearooms and picnic areas.
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 [...]
Church Stretton Golf Club
Modern Town located in the heart of Shropshire In sharp contrast to the surrounding countryside, Telford is a modern town with all the usual shopping and business facilities. Its central location makes it a perfect base for exploring the region’s many attractions. It is home to one of the UK’s Read more [...]
Leave the 21st Century as you walk through Oswestry Town with our costumed guides. Each guide will fascinate you will tales of Oswestry’s past and show you forgotten corners of the town. Tours include: Medieval Pilgrims, Victorian Oswestry, Tudor/Civil War, Ghost and Educational Tours
Darky Dale Forest Stables is set in the most beautiful forestry setting allowing miles of fantastic off road tracks and bridle paths to explore within the stunning South Shropshire countryside and into the Welsh Borders beyond. We offer outstanding trekking experiences for all ages and abilities on our wonderful horses Read more [...]
Town centre park in a unique riverside setting, tree lined avenues plus the beautiful Dingle, an old quarry with spectacular bedding displays, alpine borders, shrubberies and water features. Home to various events throughout the year including the world-famous Shrewsbury Flower Show.
Bury Ditches is an ancient Iron Age hill fort located between Clun and Bishop’s Castle in the Shropshire Hills. Dating from around 500 BC the site is managed by the Forestry Commission.
Roman name “Viroconium”, the excavated remains of the second largest Roman city in Britain. Impressive ruins include 2nd century baths and remains of a huge gateway. A replica Roman Town House is now open at Wroxeter, built as part of Channel 4’s entertaining TV series ‘Rome Wasn’t Built in a Read more [...]
We are Ludlow’s premier play centre, with a three-tiered jungle themed soft play experience and a separate area for toddlers. Ideal for children of all ages up to and including 12 years. There are also separate party rooms available to hire for special occasions. We also have an onsite café, with free Read more [...]
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.
Tranquil, pretty community overlooked by spectacular castle ruins. Most people think of Clun as a village, but it has the distinction of being granted a very early town charter in the 14th century. It was also mentioned in the Domesday Book. There is archaeological evidence of habitation back as far Read more [...]
Nesscliffe Hill is a sandstone escarpment & is now a country park with various footpaths through the woods. To the north of the hill the ramparts of an old hill fort are present. An old sandstone quarry face forms a spectacular cliff, popular for rock climbing. Cut into the cliff Read more [...]
Historic market town with castle, world-renown annual arts festival and a reputation for good food! Ludlow is arguably one of the finest historic towns in England with a wealth of beautiful period buildings. Centrepiece to the town is the dramatic medieval Ludlow Castle, home to the world renown arts festival Read more [...]
Information Centre & Visitor Attraction located in Craven Arms with cafe, gallery, shop, meadows and trails. Lots of information and displays for those wishing to explore South Shropshire.
North Shropshire Market Town, famed for connection with Sweet Peas. This North Shropshire market town originated as a Saxon settlement. The town was virtually demolished as a result of battle during the War of the Roses and during the Civil War. In 1643 the town was attacked by a band Read more [...]
Part of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust group and one of the most popular attractions in Shropshire – a fantastic living outdoor museum where all the staff dress in period costume. Visit a host of restored Victorian buildings, shops, factories, schools to name just a few. Events for the whole Read more [...]
Wildegoose Garden and Nursery is a beautifully restored walled garden with plant nursery Brought back from the brink in 2013, the Walled Garden at Millichope Park set amongst the Shropshire Hills is now home to an inspirational plantsman’s garden. Restored Georgian curvilinear glasshouses form a magnificent backdrop to the garden. Read more [...]
The Romans started mining here and the mine continued until 1955 when underground operations ceased. The surface and underground have been preserved by Shropshire County Council and the site can be be visited, with underground tours by the Shropshire Mines Trust on certain days.
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.
A Shropshire haven for all book and music lovers! Much More Books Ltd is a family business that has been trading for over 10 years selling out of print, second-hand and rare books and music. Nominated one of the most magical bookshops in the UK: http://www.buzzfeed.com/ailbhemalone/british-bookshops#3r2stv5 Visit our shop and Read more [...]
Dominating the High Street this magnificent timber framed building was built in 1652. The splendidly preserved interior contains numerous historical town artifacts.
Beauty and wonder in a tranquil countryside haven with many breeds of deer, goats and lots more friendly, cuddly animals. Woodland walk with picnic areas and beautiful wood carvings. Tea room & gift shop.
Church Stretton – at the heart of the Shropshire Hills Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Shropshire Hills are recognised as one of Britain’s finest landscapes. It’s not just the stunning scenery which will captivate you, but the people and places, its history and heritage, the walking Read more [...]
Remains of a medieval castle located on a hilltop above the town of Llangollen just across the Shropshire border in Denbighshire, Wales.