Below are just a few of the attractions in Shropshire, England.
The original Shrewsbury Castle was built in timber by the Norman Roger de Montgomery, in about 1070.
At the Jackfield Tile Museum there are tiles everywhere! The Victorians were on a mission to not only make them, but also to use them.
The Battle of Shrewsbury took place on this site in 1403.
Get up close and personal to Shropshire’s larger than life mammoth and step back into the Iron Age. If you're looking for somewhere to take the kids or grandkids during the summer holidays we have several family events to keep children and adults amused and entertained.
Ellesmere College is an inspiring venue for both residential groups and visiting guests set within a 144 acre estate within the beautiful Shropshire countryside. The following exceptional facilities are all available to hire.
"On Wenlock Edge the wood's in trouble; His forest fleece the Wrekin heaves;" A.E. Housman - A Shropshire Lad
The unusually named Bog Centre, is the old school house and one of last remaining buildings from The Bog Village, demolished in 1972.
Your visit to the Ironbridge Gorge is not complete until you have included Maws Craft Centre in your itinerary. Maws Craft Centre is home to 30 small businesses, around 20 of which are small independently run shops that are open throughout the year.
Award Winning Cycling, Walking & Cottage Holidays.
Sixteenth century moated Elizabethan manor with turreted gatehouse set in remote, beautiful and unspoilt Shropshire countryside near market towns of Bridgnorth and Ludlow.