Due to the hard work of Friends of Apley Woods, Telford and Wrekin council, other conservation agencies and councillor Karen Blundell, we are proud to announce that Apley Woods has regained its wildlife site status. With its 56 acres of meadows, pools, trees and winding footpaths, Apley Woods are a fine example of a 19th century landscaped woodland.
The Chelsea Gardens, originally designed and built to be exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show, are located in the north of Park. Wander through the Gazebo Garden, the Water Garden and the Summerhouse Garden. A sensory garden was added in 2014, designed by the Friends of Telford Town Park with assistance from garden designer Teresa Rham.
Coalport China Museum is a museum in Telford. The museum features exhibits related to: decorative and applied art and social history. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: designated collection, caughley collection and coalport collection.
Title: GB-Telford: Dawley Park 2. Awarding Authority: Telford & Wrekin Council Darby House, Lawn Central, Telford, TF3 4JA, United Kingdom Tel. 01952 384782, Fax. ., Email: email@example.com, URL: www.telford.gov.uk Contact: Healthy Spaces, Attn: Derek Owen 3.
"The Duke of Sutherland immediately rose to his feet and declared that extract. "This was the occasion that caused the inscription being placed on his monument." Caroline of Brunswick married George IV in 1795 but went on trial for adultery in 1820.
Granville Country Park Once a hive of industry, Granville has been reclaimed by nature The extraordinary thing about the building of Telford New Town was that the development plan incorporated a green network of hedgerows, canals, meadows, canal fringes and other open spaces that were retained, so that wildlife and people could live together.
Jackfield Tile Museum is a museum in Telford. The museum features exhibits related to: natural sciences, science and technology and decorative and applied art. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: tile and architectural ceramics plaster collection and designated collection.
Discover Lloyds Coppice L ike the people of the Severn Gorge, The Lloyds has seen prosperity and poverty, industrial frenzy and recessional decline. It holds the secrets of its long and turbulent history in the shadows of its trees. It grips the steep sides of the Gorge with a tenacity characteristic of the local community.
Michael Beetham Conservation Centre (MBCC) The Michael Beetham Conservation Centre is responsible for aircraft and artefacts in the Museum and those on loan. A world centre of excellence, its primary function includes conservation, restoration and the movement or suspension of aircraft or large exhibits.
The National Trust's Sunnycroft, Shropshire, is a rare Victorian suburban villa and mini-estate with five acres of garden. The National Trust's Sunnycroft, Shropshire, is a rare Victorian suburban villa and mini-estate with five acres of garden.
Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin A route following dry canal beds and former railway lines close to the many natural and historical features within Telford. The Ironbridge Way - Ironbridge to Leegomery (10 miles) which is also included on OS mapping, connects with the route at Leegomery.
A brick-works at Smalley Hill operated from 1839 -1881 and in the early 20th century its clay was also used by the Coalmoor Sanitary Pipe Company. Opencast workings after World War II created a big hole which would later become a landfill site, filled with huge quantities of Telford’s rubbish.
Telford town centre lies about 21 kilometres (13 mi) east/south-east of Shrewsbury and 24 kilometres (15 mi) north-west of Wolverhampton. The town comprises 7,803 hectares (30.13 square miles) and its southern and eastern parts, between the Severn Gorge and Donnington Wood, include the East Shropshire coalfield.
The Iron Bridge is a bridge that crosses the River Severn in Shropshire, England. Opened in 1781, it was the first major bridge in the world to be made of cast iron, and was greatly celebrated after construction owing to its use of the new material. In 1934 it was designated a Scheduled Ancient Monument and closed to vehicular traffic.
Tong Castle topic. Tong Castle around 1850 Tong Castle was a very large mostly Gothic country house in Shropshire between Wolverhampton and Telford , set within a park landscaped by Capability Brown , on the site of a medieval castle of the same name.
Great day as community turns back clock By Toby Neal | Wellington | News | Published: Sep 27, 2017 An "Arleston Through The Years" local history event - the first run by the community itself rather than under council direction - was well attended, with visitors seeing exhibitions, photographs, vintage cars, motorcycles and engines from the Arleston area over the last 100 years.