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Dragons den Llangollen is an ideal indoor play centre on a rainy day when you are about in Llangollen. Under 4s soft play separate from main play area with small ball pool, soft play shapes and mobile. 12m x 8m two storey play frame with…
01978 861963

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Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense The Cliffe, Nesscliffe. A stroll over the Cliffe - there is a toposcope at the viewpoint, pointing out the hills you can see on a good day. Suitable for all terrain pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map…

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A 60 minute walk (2 miles).

Family Friendly Walks: Ellesmere Eccentricities. The Mere, Ellesmere. An easy, there-an-back-again walk.Taking you around the Mere. Suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map and guide. Flattish, easy terrain, suitable for pushchairs.

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A 4 mile circular route from Walkmill Meadows following the River Tern around the western outskirts of Market Drayton.  Along the route you will see Buntingsdale Hall, fields of Miscanthus (Elephant grass) and travel down Sandy Lane, an ancient bridleway.

Tuesday - Sunday 10am – 5.30pm

Funzone is an exciting children’s indoor soft play centre and cafe based in Whitchurch. It has been set up to provide children from babies to twelve year olds with a safe and exciting environment in which to safely explore. There is play equipment to suit…
01948 661893

All Year. A 60 minute walk (1 mile).

A 1 mile circular walk around Llanymynech Heritage Area. The route: Two hundred years ago Britain was the most powerful country in the world. Places like Llanymynech became hugely important because of what they produced here. Donkeys and horses were vital to pull the carts full…

All year. 90 minute walk (1.5 miles).

Colemere Collywobbles, Colemere, off the A528 just past Cockshutt. A 1.5 mile circular route around Colemere which takes you along the Shropshire Union Canal. Cole Mere is like a giant’s tummy-button filled with icy water. It has steep sides and is really deep. It was made…

All Year. A 40 minute walk (1 mile).

Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense - Big American softies is a 1 mile circular walk around Nesscliffe Hill. An easy walk through the Sequoia trees. Don’t bother looking out for hillforts on this walk; it’s a waste of time. You may see one or two trees though. Why…

All Year. A 2 hour walk (2 miles).

Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense Robbers, Ramparts & Roundheads. An ancient fortress sleeps in the dark woods of Nesscliffe Hill. But that’s not all. Highwaymen, muggers and bandits once lurked among the trees and caves. Did Roundheads really have big, round heads?

All Year. A 90 minute walk (2 miles).

Family Friendly Walks: Ellesmere Extravaganza. Ellesmere is thought to have been named by the Saxons who called it ‘Aelsmere’ or ‘great lake.’ Imaginative lot the Saxons. The Moors is all that’s left of a big bog that had been here since the end of the…

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