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Caradoc Cottage


Caradoc Cottage is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty nestling between the Caer Caradoc and Lawley Hills, only 2 3/4 miles from Church Stretton. Perfect for great walking and bird watching from the door. With Shropshire's historic towns, Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Severn Valley Railway, National Trust and English Heritage properties all within a 30 minute drive.  Availability for September and October - please visit website for details/availability.  

Contact: Wendy Lewis    Tel: 01694 751488

Church Stretton Dental Practice

Dental Care
Contact: Karun Khanna    Tel: 01694 722660

Caer Caradoc (3 miles)


Caer Caradoc stands out against the skyline when looking from Church Stretton as it is an impressive 1,506ft hill, just east of the Long Mynd.

It is a fantastic walk for those who like to admire a panoramic view from the top which has a marked walking route. You can walk to Caer Caradoc from Church Stretton and from the summitt you will have splendid views of the town and the Longmynd.

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Caer Caradoc Hill Fort (3 miles)

The summit of Caer Caradoc is crowned by an Ancient British Iron Age or late Bronze Age hill fort. It is this which the hill is named after - Caer...

Cantlop Bridge (15 miles)


A 19th century cast-iron bridge across Cound Brook. The bridge was probably designed by the influential engineer Thomas Telford. If Telford did not personally design the bridge he certainly checked and approved the design. Telford was one of the first to realize the possibilities of cast-iron in construction, and was able to use the material to create lighter bridges with less material.


Carding Mill Valley (less than 1 mile)


Only a five minute walk from Church Stretton town or as you park up at this Shropshire beauty spot, the children will be scrambling to get out of the car to play in the brook and climb up the grassy banks (don't forget a plastic bag or cardboard box so you can slide down the slopes!). In winter this is a sledgers heaven for all age groups with snowy gentle slopes for the young and old and steeper slopes to challange the best of the rest! 

Contact: Peter Carty    Tel: 01694 723068

Caus Castle & Hill Fort (18 miles)


Caus Castle is a hill fort and medieval castle in the civil parish of Westbury in the English county of Shropshire.  It is situated up on the eastern foothills of the Long Mountains gurarding the route from Shrewsbury, Shropshire to Montgomery, Powys on the border between England and Wales.


Chirk Castle (36 miles)


Magnificent medieval fortress of the Welsh Marches

Completed in 1310, Chirk is the last Welsh castle from the reign of Edward I that's still lived in today. Features from its 700 years include the medieval tower and dungeon, 17th-century Long Gallery, grand 18th-century state apartments, servants' hall and historic laundry.


Church Stretton Arts Festival


A two week festival of Music and the Visual Arts in the Heart of the Shropshire Hills.  Normally in JULY/AUG.  Click here for more details

Contact: Roger Stokes    Tel: 01694 724094

Church Stretton Bouncy Castle Fun

Contact: Rachel James    Tel: 01694 722113

Church Stretton Golf Club

Contact: John Povall    Tel: 01743 860679

Church Stretton Market

The Church Stretton Market is held in the Town Square on each Thursday. The markets are open from approx 8.30am to 4.00pm, depending on time of year and weather conditions

Church Stretton Tree Group


Caring for trees in the Strettons -

Contact: Hilary Hymas    Tel: 01694 723208

Church Way

Car Parking time restrictions apply

Cosford Royal Air Force Museum (33 miles)

The Aerospace Museum at Cosford is only about 45 minutes away, very close to junction 3 of the M54. There are collections of Missiles, Warplanes,...

Cunnery Road

Convenient for the Nature Trail, Sculpure Trail, 100 Steps and the nearby hills.