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Church Stretton Attractions Stretton Antiques Market - The Stretton Antiques Market (01694 723718), a thriving antiques centre in Sandford Avenue, has over 60 stalls and is open every day. Stretton Antiques Market - The Stretton Antiques Market (01694 723718), a thriving antiques centre in Sandford Avenue, has over 60 stalls and is open every day. Church Stretton Railway Station - Church Stretton has direct links to:| Wales: Milford Haven, Swansea, Carmarthen, Cardiff Central, Holyhead.| North West: Chester, Manchester Picc St Laurences Church, Church Stretton - The Domesday Book confirms that there was a Saxon Church and a priest here in 1086. The Norman nave is seen to be the oldest part of St Laurence’s C Carding Mill Antiques - Cardingmill Antiques is housed in a listed building off the High Street in Church Stretton. We specialise in antique clocks, metalware, Measham bargew Shropshire Hills - Those Blue Remembered Hills. When first travelling down the A49 from Shrewsbury to Ludlow, with the rolling hills of the Long Mynd to the west and the Yew Tree Inn, All Stretton - The Yew Tree is a Freehouse and a traditional village pub with lots of beams and real ale. Food is served and it is very popular with diners. It is a St Michael and All Angels Church, All Stretton - St Michael and All Angels' Church, All Stretton was built in 1902 as a chapel of ease, following a period when worship had been held in various farmho Caer Caradoc Hillfort - Caer Caradoc Hillfort sits on top of Caer Caradoc hill (1,506ft) just east of the Long Mynd in the beautiful South Shropshire countryside. In the mid Long Mynd - The Long Mynd is 10 miles (16 km) south of Shrewsbury in Shropshire, England. To the west are the Stiperstones and to the east The Wrekin. The Long M Acton Scott Hall Riding Trail - The permissive bridleway provides a circular ride connecting up with existing public bridleways and the public roads giving views of historic ridge an Jack Mytton Way - Route Four Riding Trail - Route Description: The fourth part of the Jack Mytton Way. A glorious ride through the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Expect br Thresholds Centre - Thresholds Centre offers a diverse range of activities from Easter to November with professionally qualified staff. These range from crafts and creati Jack Mytton Way - Route Seven Riding Trail - Route Description: The seventh part of the Jack Mytton Way. Heading away from the main route, this spur climbs past the twin summits of Brown Clee on
Attractions near Church Stretton
Stretton Antiques Market
Stretton Antiques Market
Church Stretton Railway Station
St Laurences Church, Church Stretton
Carding Mill Antiques
Shropshire Hills
Yew Tree Inn, All Stretton
St Michael and All Angels Church, All Stretton
Caer Caradoc Hillfort
Long Mynd
Acton Scott Hall Riding Trail
Jack Mytton Way - Route Four Riding Trail
Thresholds Centre
Jack Mytton Way - Route Seven Riding Trail
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