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Monday Closed
Tuesday 11:00-16:00
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Thursday 11:00-16:00
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Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Unearth roman treasure. Whitchurch Heritage Centre consists of the Main Exhibition Hall and the Caldecott Gallery and contains a range of artefacts dating from the Roman occupation up until modern times. The Main Exhibition Hall heralds the work of Whitchurch firm J.B. Joyce who were established in 1790 and have…
01948 664577
Market Drayton skatepark is built from skatelite ramps. The skatepark features quarter pipes, flat banks, a driveway, a jump box and ledges & rails. The skate park is next to the swimming baths five minutes from Market Drayton Town Centre

Tuesday to Thursday – 9 til 7
Wednesday – 9 til 5
Saturday and Sunday – 9 til 5

Tot's Trot:  Group lead-rein lessons for 4 and 5 year old children. These lessons give an introduction to ponies and riding. These lessons are for 30 minutes, limited to four riders per group and usually take place on a Saturday. Other times may be available…
01630 652495

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Wood Lane Nature Reserve, in Ellesmere, is an 81 hectare site which combines North Shropshire's largest sand and gravel quarry with active nature conservation.Wood Lane is geographically well placed at the hub of four meres: Blakemere, Newton Mere, Colemere and White Mere. Opportunities for colonization…
01743 284280

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A 60 minute walk (1 mile)

Route Description: A walk around the Llanymynech Limeworks Heritage Site specially designed to appeal to families with young children. Points of Interest: Limekiln Parking Information: Start at the car park in Llanymynech next to the British Waterways depot. If this is full use car park…

All year 90 minute walk (1.5 miles)

Family Friendly Walks: 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. Suitable for pushchairs with help. Free activity.See link to website for map and guide.

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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. Suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map and guide. Flattish ground, can be muddy in places.

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A 2 hour walk (2 miles)

Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense -Robbers, Ramparts & Roundheads. A fairly easy 2 mile circular walk  through the Iron Age hillfort, past Oliver's Point & Kynaston's Cave, where highwaymen & bandits once lurked. Not suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map and…

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A 90 minute walk (2 miles)

Family Friendly Walks: Ellesmere Extravaganza. A gentle 2 mile circular walk to the canal & back to the Mere. Not suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map and guide.

40 minute walk (1 mile)

Family Friendly Walks. Brown Moss Bogginess, Brown Moss is a short 1 mile circular walk around the sponge-like mosses & through the wood. Flattish ground though can be boggy, not really suitable for pushchairs.

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