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Choose from tiny tots woodland treks, Gruffalo trails, family rides, cream tea rides or enjoy a jug of pimms on return from your ride! We also offer superb tuition as we are home to 4 UKCC professional coaches and offer confidence building beginner lessons right up to X Country jumping and show jumping for the more advanced rider.
The Old Vicarage Centre
St Chad’s is an iconic Grade 1 listed building of unique circular design by George Steuart. It is the civic church of Shrewsbury and the military church of Shropshire. St Chad’s is a member of the Greater Churches Network, and has the largest seating capacity of any church in Shropshire. Open every day for worship and all visitors welcome.
St Chad's Terrace
Much Wenlock in Shropshire is the home of the modern Olympic Games, no honestly! Dr William Penny Brookes was a local doctor who campaigned tirelessly to revive the ancient Greek games.
C/O Much Wenlock Tourist Information Centre
The Museum, High Street
01952 727679 Contact via Email
The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of a Welsh Border Norman Castle, its tall keep unusually set on the side of its mound.
CLIMBING THE WALLS is the perfect place to feel the incredible adrenaline buzz of climbing tall walls, bouldering, action walls and training walls in a controlled, clean, indoor environment in a brand new purpose built Centre which opened in February 2017. Located opposite Tesco at Battlefields, you can choose to use the Park and Ride or arrive by car and park in one of plenty of spaces.
Climbing the Walls Ltd
The Market Place, Battlefield Road
The cliff face at Llanymynech marks the beginning of a limestone outcrop.
C/O Oswestry Tourist Information Centre
Oswestry Visitor & Exhibition Centre, 2 Church
01691 662753 Contact via Email
Once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, visitors to Wroxeter today can take a tour around the fascinating ruins, and explore the new Roman Town House, constructed as part of Channel 4’s ‘Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day’.
01743 761330 Visit Website
Seek the spiritual heart of Shropshire and you'll find the Wrekin. The Wrekin plays an important role in Shropshire folk-lore. To us it represents home, and we love it.
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01952 884391 Contact via Email