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Ludlow Fringe is an annual Arts, Community and Culture festival set up as a Community Interest Company in February 2013 to promote, support and develop creative talent, businesses and organisations in Ludlow.Ludlow Fringe is a fast growing organisation with a national and international reputation for…
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Wednesday: 10AM - 3PM
Friday: 10AM - 3PM
Saturday: 10AM - 3PM

The key feature of the main exhibition room is the ‘Timeline’, which aims to map the history of the town from the formation of the rocks to present day Oswestry and as such is an ongoing project. The room has displays on various subjects from…
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Open every day 10am -5pm until November.
Open weekends 10am-4pm over winter

Discover urban-living 2,000 years ago at Viriconium (Wroxeter) - once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. Wander the remains of the bathhouse and explore a reconstructed town house from a city which was almost as large as Pompeii. Discover the daily lives of the…

10am-6pm April-Oct, 10am-4pm Nov-Mar

The extensive remains of an Augustinian abbey, including its abbots' quarters, refectory and cloister. The substantially surviving chapter house has a frontage richly bedecked with 12th and 14th century carving and statuary, and a fine timber roof of around 1500. Don't Miss The opportunity to…
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10am-5pm Apr-Oct & 10am-4pm Nov-Mar

Impressive ruins of a Cistercian abbey, including its unusually unaltered 12th century church, beautiful vaulted and tile-floored chapter house, and recently re-opened crypt chapel. Situated in a wooded Severn-side setting, not far from the Iron Bridge and Wenlock Priory. DON'T MISS The chapter house with its amazingly intact…
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Opening Times: Open daily, 10am-6pm from April to October, and 10am-4pm from November to March.

Founded in about 1148, this Augustinian abbey became a private residence after the Reformation, and was severely damanged during the Civil War during a Parliamentarian siege. Despite that, much of the church survives, and is viewable from gallery level. There is also a lavishly sculpted…
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The focus of many local legends, Mitchell's Fold is a Bronze Age stone circle set in dramatic moorland on Stapeley Hill. It once consisted of some 30 stones, 15 of which are still visible. Parking: A parking area is available at the end of the…
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The huge hillfort at Old Oswestry was probably the stronghold and principal settlement of an Iron Age tribe, with its 40 acres protected by formidable ramparts. Access: The site contains steep pathways and uneven ground, so strong footwear is recommended. Mountain biking and cycling are not…
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Bomere Heath Tennis Club provides two hard courts, all weather and floodlit, offering all year round tennis.Club nights are on Tuesdays, and subscriptions are £50 annually, which includes lights and tennis balls.All standards are welcome, both social or serious players, and of all ages.For more…
01939 290455
The Lawn Tennis Association is the official governing body for tennis for the UK. Its main aim is to promote tennis in the UK. The local Tennis Shropshire team hold details of local clubs and organise competitions.For more information, please follow the link to visit…
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