An interesting site for the naturalist with abundant wildlife on site, it's long and narrow and is set on the southern slope of Wenlock Edge, 2Y2 miles from the sleepy Shropshire town of Much Wenlock. Beautiful countryside surrounds the site and it's a real find for the walker - exploring the Long Mynd and the Cardingmill Valley will be a revelation if this is your first visit; also the Shropshire Way long distance path runs 1/2 mile from the site. The world heritage site at lronbridge is a must, with the Gorge, Museums and Bridge you can even sail underneath in a canal narrowboat for that special view.
To continue the transport theme, there are steam trains at Bridgnorth and World War II aircraft at the RAF Cosford Collection. There are a number of National Trust properties in the area and the towns of Shrewsbury, Telford and Bridgnorth are all well worth visiting.
NB: No toilet block. Non members welcome
Dog walk from site
Much Wenlock Priory
Busts Hill Open Air Museum
Severn Valley Railway
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