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Shropshire is a beautiful and tranquil county with traditional market towns and unspoilt countryside. The county of Shropshire can be found on the English/Welsh border.

To the north of the county of Shropshire you have the Meres and Mosses, an area of wetland boasting a magnificent array of wildlife, to the East you have Ironbridge Gorge, the birthplace of industry and to the South the valleys of the Longmynd. The Shropshire Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, can be found to the South of Shrewsbury.

There is a plentiful supply of things to do in Shropshire from walking in the hills to finding amazing places to eat and drink. The Ludlow Food Centre and The Kerry Vale Vineyard are definitely worth a visit.

Schools in Shropshire

Adam’s Grammar School is a co-educational state selective grammar school based in the market town of Newport, Shropshire. The school is rated outstanding by Ofsted and achieves excellent results. Other good state schools in the area include, The Priory School, Shrewsbury, The Corbet School which is a mixed state school in Baschurch, Meole Brace School in Shrewsbury and Church Stretton School.

There are a number of excellent independent schools within the county too, namely, Shrewsbury School, Concord College, Moreton Hall School and Ellesmere College.

For primary schools, the following have a good reputation, Bryn Offa Primary school, Oswestry, Claverley Primary School, Bridgnorth, Condover Primary School, Shrewsbury, Criftins Primary School, Ellesmere and Moreton Say Primary, Market Drayton.

Shropshire Key Towns


Shrewsbury lies along the River Severn and is the county town of Shropshire. Shrewsbury was once voted “the healthiest town in England” and when you go there you can see why. The town has a calm tranquil feeling as you wander along the high street. Shrewsbury is somewhat unique in that its’ independent retailers outnumber the high street chains giving it a certain charm that many other high streets have sadly lost.

The town has a fascinating Tudor cinema, museum, art gallery, theatre and castle as well as a thriving café culture.


The market town of Whitchurch sits on the borders of Wales and Cheshire and is 21 miles north of Shrewsbury.

The town has a number of independent shops and cafes, 5 supermarkets, a leisure centre and weekly local markets. Whitchurch is a pretty little town with a mixture of half-timbered buildings and Georgian town houses. Victoria Jubilee park is a stunning open park with bandstand and children’s play area.

For eating out there is a plentiful supply of local cafes, restaurants and wine bars.

Market Drayton

Market Drayton as the name suggests is a true market town that holds a weekly market on a Wednesday and Saturday.

Cycling is very popular in the town and Market Drayton lies on the John O’Groats to Land’s End cycle route. The town paths are ideal for the leisure cyclist and there are also numerous walks along the canal.

Market Drayton has a library, swimming pool and leisure centre and there are two farm shops located within a close proximity to the town, Park Hill Farm and Brookfields Farms Shop.

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