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We’re Good To Go!

With our partners Visit England we a pleased to be part of a new UK-wide industry standard and consumer mark to provide confidence for visitors, communities and tourism businesses alike – as the sector works towards reopening. The ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard and supporting mark mean businesses across all sectors of the tourism […]

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Rock Climbing and Bouldering In Shropshire

Corbet Woods – Grinshill Ridge – 90 climbs Located in the North of Shropshire, Corbett Woods is a mixture of a woodland and quarrying site in Shropshire. This area was quarried for centuries and the rock hauled was used in the creation of local churches and bridges including the English and Welsh Bridges in Shrewsbury. […]

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Road changes in Shropshire market towns

We’re putting in place measures to ensure that people can safely and easily visit and navigate the county’s market towns in line with social distancing regulations and latest guidance from government. The development of these measures has been derived from town centre visits and discussions with councillors, town and parish councils, business improvement districts, chambers […]

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This new Visit Shropshire website

Hello – good to see you!   Welcome to the new web site for visitors to Shropshire. Here you will find all the information to plan a visit to our county. You might live over the county border and be thinking of a local day out or are you planning that staycation you have always […]

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Explore Shropshire Virtually!

During this difficult time, Shropshire’s attractions are temporarily closed, and most people are spending a lot more time than usual at home. With this in mind, here’s how you can experience some of Shropshire’s historical sites from the comfort of your sofa… Bedlam Furnaces Bedlam Furnaces, one of the most important industrial monuments in the […]

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