28 Sep

Walking in Shropshire

Shropshire Council produces a super book entitled Wenlock Walks.  This details five circular walks around Much Wenlock and the introduction to this great little publication says it all.   ‘Much Wenlock is special.  Parts of Wenlock Edge are over 400 million years old, formed as part of a coral reef close to the equator.  In […]

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15 Sep

Wroxeter Roman City

Visited by Charles Dickens when he stayed in Shrewsbury the site of the fourth largest Roman city in Britain has fascinated visitors since excavations began in 1859.   Situated in beautiful countryside the historic attraction has been greatly developed over the years. The latest addition was the building of a new Roman town house which […]

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5 Sep

Historic Shropshire

Shropshire has some real gems when it comes to exploring the past and there are great web-sites which can do far more justice to each than we able on one page.  This is by no means an exhaustive list, but rather a taster of some of our own favourite places of interest.   Ptolemy’s 2nd Century […]

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