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The Breadwalk, the path along the River Teme through Ludlow, is so named because when it was built in the 1800s it was paid for in bread. Local poor labourers…

Got to love those clouds - I believe the technical meteorological term is Smoothinox Fluffiflora... or something like that.

The other day we had a trundle up to Oswestry to stroll around the earth ramparts of the Iron Age hill fort just north of the town. You can kind of see some of…

This is Attingham Park near Shrewsbury. I'm not a fan of 18th century Palladian-style mansions but at least this one has a comedic twist. The 2nd Lord Berwick…

A short stay in Rowton, near to Craven Arms, Shropshire. We started a walk from the Discovery Centre up towards the Shropshire Hills to one of the highest…

On a cold winters morning I found myself driving through the Ironbridge Gorge when to my right the bridge came in sight with an eerie atmospheric glow. I…

From our last walk along the Stiperstones with views across the rolling hills of Shropshire from the heather covered ridge. And it's a great place to harvest…
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