The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of a Welsh Border Norman Castle, its tall keep unusually set on the side of its mound. Clun Castle was built in the motte and bailey style around the 1100’s by the Norman, Robert de Say. The original castle would have been built Read more [...]
Shropshire is richly endowed with historic churches …. There are over 350 churches in regular use, most over 700 years old. Many of our churches are Listed Buildings, which signifies that they are of outstanding architectural and historic interest. Responsibility for their maintenance and repair falls upon the individual parishes; Read more [...]
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Book a tour at Stokesay Court and get a 2for1 voucher for nearby Stokesay Castle. Vouchers will be handed out at the end of each tour.
Stokesay Court is a magnificent late-Victorian mansion set within extensive grounds in the rolling South Shropshire countryside, with panoramic views across to Ludlow and the Clee Hills. Visitors can see the house and grounds on pre-booked tours on selected dates, when they will be able to view the magnificent architecture, Read more [...]
Wildegoose Nursery set in the beautiful Shropshire countryside is the home of Bouts’ collection of Perennial Violas. It is a small independent nursery, garden and tearoom housed within the old redbrick walls of Millichope Park’s former Kitchen Garden. The nursery and tearoom are open to the public from Friday-Sunday 11-4pm during Read more [...]