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Barbara's Picture Framing

Please say you found this picture framing service on the Church Stretton website
Contact: Barbara    Tel: 01694 723586

Batch Valley Design

Please say you found this architectural design and technology service on the Church Stretton website.
Tel: 01694 729973

Beginners and advanced art

With Rosie Read Please see the Mayair website for more information
Contact: Mayfair    Tel: 01694 722077

Bell Ringers - St Laurence's Church

Meeting: 7:30pm Bell Tower of St Laurence's Church

Belly Dance

With Angela Jones. Please see the Mayfair website for more details
Contact: Mayfair    Tel: 01694 722077

Belvedere Guest House


A beautiful Edwardian house standing in pleasant gardens with excellent off-road parking, situated on the lower slopes of the Long Mynd.
Close to centre of Church Stretton and a short walk to Cardingmill Valley.  We accept well behaved dogs and owners.

Contact: Ewa Lovejoy    Tel: 01694 722232

Benchmark Wellbeing


Please say you found this Domicilary Healthcare company on the Church Stretton Website

Tel: 07769 892262

Benthall Hall (16 miles)


A family home for 500 years

Situated on a plateau above the gorge of the River Severn, this fine stone house has mullioned and transomed windows, a stunning interior with carved oak staircase and decorated plaster ceilings and oak panelling.


Berries Coach House

Exclusive 4 star self-catering apartment.  Fantastic views.  Double en-suite bedroom plus sofa bed - sleeps up to four.  Private parking.
Contact: Sylvie and Mark Wright    Tel: 01694 720172

Berrington Hall (24 miles)


Neo-classical mansion with fine interiors, set in landscape grounds

Created as the perfect house in the perfect setting, Berrington Hall has many secrets for visitors to uncover. In this, one of Henry Holland's first houses, visitors can explore the family rooms and see how the servants moved around the house unseen by the family and guests.




Open daily 9am to 5pm.

Everything home-made:  breakfasts, hot and cold meals all day, snacks, cream teas, cakes, children’s menu.

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2017

Winner:  Shropshire Hills Sustainable Business Scheme “Eat Local”

Tel: 01694 724452

Best Kebab and Burger House


Open:  12 noon to 12 midnight

Please say you found this take away on the Church Stretton Web Site.

Tel: 01694 724617

Beyond Extreme Paragliding Centre

Please say you found this paragliding company on the Church Stretton website. 
Tel: 01691 682640

Bishops Castle (11 miles)


Bishop's Castle is synonymous with the Three Tuns brewery; this quaint town has some architectural gems including a 21st century eco village. It also puts on a superb array of festivals throughout the year.

Contact: Jane Carroll   

Blazing Bikes

Please say you found this bike and clothing retailer on the Church Stretton Website.
Tel: 01694 781515

The Bog Visitor Centre (8 miles)


The Bog Visitor Centre, in the shadow of the Stiperstones in Shropshire, is a gas-lit Victorian former school which is one of the few remaining buildings of a lost lead and barytes-mining village. 


Brambles Childcare

Please say you found this childcare provider on the Church Stretton website.
Tel: 01694 751348

Bridge Club - New Church Stretton Bridge Club

Duplicate Bridge every Thursday afternoon 1pm - 5pm. All Stretton Village Hall.  Call Dom on 723128 for more information.
Contact: Dom Wilson   

Bridge Club - New Church Stretton Bridge Club


Duplicate Bridge.  Meets every Thursday at All Stretton Village Hall.  Play starts at 1.30 pm.  For more information visit

Contact: D Wilson    Tel: 01694 723128

The Bridges


Please say you found this on the Church Stretton Web site

Contact: Grant Perry    Tel: 01588 650260

Bridges YHA

This hostel is not bookable online. Please contact the hostel direct. 01588 650656 
Tel: 01588 650656

Bridgnorth (20 miles)


Bridgnorth is a town of two levels, with a cliff railway joining Low Town to High Town. It is also the home of the well known Severn Valley Railway. The town has a broad central street which retains its original market hall and is full of individual shops as well as household names.  The River Severn, which separates high and low town, offers plenty of great walks along its banks. Bridgnorth also has the remains of an ancient castle.


Broadmeadow Camping

Please say you found this Camping and Caravan Park on the Church Stretton Website
Tel: 01694 571367

Broadmeadow Holistic Centre & Equestrian

Please say you found this holistic centre on the Church Stretton website.
Tel: 01694 751367

Broome Farm Cottages


Please say you found this accommodation on the Church Stretton website.

Tel: 01694 771338

Brow Farm Campsite


Please say you found this on the Church Stretton Web Site

Contact: John Sankey    Tel: 01588 650641

The Bucks Head


BAR-RESTAURANT-ACCOMMODATION AA 4 STAR - situated right in the heart of the town.

Open:  11 to 12 Sun & Thurs; 11 to 1.00am Mon -Wed, Fri & Sat

Contact: Lloyd Nutting    Tel: 01694 722898.

Buildwas Abbey (16 miles)

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.

Burway Barbers


Please say you found this barbers on the Church Stretton Website.

Contact: Julia Roberton    Tel: 07977 962998

Burway Computer Services


Please say you found this Computer Hardware & Networking company on the Church stretton website.

Contact: Kevan Hart    Tel: 01694 240024

Bury Ditches Hill Fort (13 miles)


Bury Ditches is a British Iron Age hill for t between Clun and Bishops Castle in the Shropshire Hills.

Bury Ditches is often rated as a spectacular example of a surviving hill fort as it forms a neat oval or elliptical shape and is situated on the crown of a hill called Sunnyhill and comprises of upto four multi-vallate ditches and rampart banks as part of its defesive earthworks and two well preserved entrance ways.

From the summit views are clear to the Long Mynd, Corndon Hill and the Shropshire Hils.

Waymared walks cross the site and pass through the woodlands below.  The Shropshrie Way and Jack Mytton Way pass below the site and Wild Edric's Way crosses adjacent to it.


Bus Service 435 Shrewsbury - Ludlow

This route runs several times a day between Shrewsbury and Ludlow.

Bus Service 540 Shrewsbury - Cardington


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