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- The 1911 Census of England and Wales
The 1911 census is a record of everyone who lived in England and Wales in 1911. It provides a unique snapshot of the lives of your ancestors. 1911census.co.uk brings this vast resource to you online, so that you can search the census simply and quickly to
- The Shropshire Family History Society
The Shropshire Family History Society was founded in 1979 to provide a meeting place in Shropshire for all those interested in Family History and Genealogy.
Shropshire - History and Geography
Travel and Tourism
- Bishop's Castle
Bishop’s Castle leads the way in Shropshire for real ale, with The Six Bells micro-brewery and the oldest working brewery in Britain, the Three Tuns. Both hold brewery tours so you can find out about their brewing heritage and sample them one by one.
- Church Stretton
Just as Ludlow is the gastronomic capital of Shropshire, Church Stretton is the walking capital of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
- Cleobury Mortimer
You will find Cleobury Mortimer tucked between the Clee Hills (Titterstone Clee and Brown Clee Hill) and the Wyre Forest, surrounded by panoramic views and wonderful walks in Cleobury Country.
Sometimes it’s nice to take it easy, keep it simple, and get back to a more relaxing way of life. Clun is a good place to start. Poet A.E. Housman described Clun as the quietest place under the sun in his book, ‘A Shropshire Lad’.
- Craven Arms
Craven Arms in Shropshire is much more than just a pub name! Visit the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre in Craven Arms, where you are welcome to just pop in for a coffee or stay for the day visiting the Secret Hills exhibition or exploring Onny Meadows.
Standing proudly over the town is Ludlow Castle; witness to many a battle over the centuries but none so gripping as the title of ‘Festival Loaf’ at Ludlow Food Festival.
- Ludlow & The Shropshire Hills
The Shropshire Hills are not just beautiful, they are officially outstanding. The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was designated in 1958 and covers a quarter of Shropshire.
- Much Wenlock
Stay in the Shropshire Hills & Ludlow and visit Much Wenlock, birthplace of Dr. Williams Penny Brookes. Dr Brookes was the inspiration for the modern Olympic Games and founder of the Wenlock Olympian Society.
- Official Tourism Website for Shropshire
Shropshire – it’s a Contradiction. At first glance Shropshire is full of contradictions – birthplace of the Industrial Revolution yet it’s an unspoilt rural idyll.
- The Baron of Beef, Bucknell
Situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and surrounded by stunning views of the rolling Shropshire Hills, the Baron at Bucknell is one of the finest Country Inns near Ludlow.
- Virtual Shropshire
Welcome to Virtual Shropshire