Built in 1671, Weston Park was the ancestral home to the Earls of Bradford. Set within 1,000 acres of historic ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland, the house contains internationally important collections of art and antiques. Weston was first mentioned in the Domesday Book! Venue for the annual V Festival in August. Visit Website Back to Things to Do
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The Wrekin is perhaps Shropshire’s best known landmark, a legendary hill that looks like a mountain. From the top you can see fifteen counties. Visit Website Back to Things to Do
Shrewsbury, Shropshire’s County Town is picturesque with cobbled alleys and squares and is a hive for interesting independent shops. Take a stroll alongside the meandering River Severn. Visit Website Back to Things to Do
In reality, Bridgnorth is two towns: the High Town and the Low Town. Now connected by the steepest inland funicular railway in Britain. The Low Town was once a thriving port along the banks of the River Severn, while the High Town held the castle, the churches, and many fine 16th and 17th century mansions. Charles I, lost his head here completely, declaring the view ...
A fascinating insight into how Much Wenlock declares itself as the birthplace of the Modern Olympic Games and the story of how it’s creator Dr. William Penny Brookes devised the games to help stop people from drinking! Visit Website Back to Things to Do
Local paint manufacturer and Liberal MP Geoffrey Mander had been left the timber-framed Wightwick Manor by his father Theodore who, with his wife Flora had decorated its interiors with the designs of William Morris and his Arts and Crafts contemporaries. Visit Website Back to Things to Do