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Shropshire

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Hereford and Worcestershire

Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds
Gloucester is a beautiful picturesque county with a rich combination of forests, rivers, hills and busy towns and cities.

With parts of the 'Cotswolds Hills' being in Gloucestershire and the 'Forest of Dean' which is naturally enclosed by the Wye River, the Severn River and having the physical barriers of Offa's Dyke on the English and Welsh border the Forest of Dean and it's nearby towns sit in relative isolation and give the area a feeling of timelessness. The forest is also one of the oldest forests in England.

Gloucester is the county town and sits on the banks of the River Severn and has many attractions for visitors namely the city Cathedral which dates back to the eleventh century and has a more recent appearance in the 'Harry Potter' movies.

Bibury
Bourton on
the Water
Bream
Cheltenham
Chipping Campden
Cinderford
Cirencester
Coleford
Forest of Dean
Gloucester
Lechlade
Longhope
Moreton-In-Marsh
Newent
Newnham
Northleach
Painswick
Staunton
Stonehouse
Stowe on the Wold
Stroud
Tetbury
Tewkesbury
Toddington
Wotton-under-Edge

Hereford and Worcestershire
Situated in the Heart of England, Worcestershire is a county that features some really outstanding landscapes. Places of interest in this wonderful county include the Malvern Hills, Industrial heritage at Bromsgrove and Redditch.

Quaint market towns offer the visitor an insight into the history of this area, market town such as such as Pershore, Droitwich, Tenbury Evesham and Spa are well worth a visit.

Worcestershire is the home to many exports such as the world famous Worcester Sauce, the fast Morgan sports car and the Queen's finest tipple, Malvern Water.

The south of the county is abundant with market gardens and orchards produce soft fruits, asparagus and other vegetables, while hundreds of farms supply the nation with eggs, milk, cereals and cheeses.

Blakedown
Broadway
Bromsgrove
Bromyard
Droitwich
Evesham
Great Malvern
Hadley Heath
Hereford
Kington
Ledbury
Leominster
Malvern
Pershore
Pontrilas
Redditch
Ross on Wye
Stourport-on-Severn
Tenbury Wells
Worcester

Shropshire
It’s surprising to find out how much Shropshire has to offer the tourist or visitor. There are over 32 castles - a legacy of our border heritage, Shropshire is also the birth place of the Industrial Revolution at Ironbridge to be precise and 10 museums will explain it all.

Shrewsbury birthplace of Charles Darwin, is the county town. Just a short distance is Ludlow with its spectacular Castle and world renowned annual arts festival. Shropshire’s most famous town is Ironbridge, set in the beautiful Severn Valley. Don’t miss Much Wenlock where Dr. William Penny Brookes inspired the Modern Olympic Games, or medieval Bridgnorth, perched dramatically on a cliff overlooking the River Severn.

Annual County events include the Shrewsbury Summer Season, Shrewsbury Flower Show, Shrewsbury Folk Festival, (formerly Bridgnorth Folk Festival) Ludlow Festival, Weston Park V Music Concert, plus a whole host of county fairs, shows, music, theatre, art, historical re-enactments and festivals. There are plenty of other places of interest to explore such as the glacial lakes of Ellesmere, Church Stretton (Little Switzerland) and numerous quaint market towns still retaining their old fashioned shops and old fashioned service values.

Bishop's Castle
Bucknell

Church Stretton
Iron Bridge
Kemberton
Ludlow
Lydbury North
Madeley
Market Drayton
Newport
Oswestry
Shrewsbury
Telford
Whitchurch
Wroxeter


Staffordshire
The county traditionally known as ‘The Potteries since this area was the UK’s centre for producing fine pottery wares from the famous six towns of Stoke-on-Trent, This tradition of fine pottery-making goes back over nearly 300 years. The six towns of Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton and Longton, span an area running north to south for about 10 miles following the River Trent and the Trent & Mersey Canal, and all now fall within the City of Stoke-on-Trent. Fine decorated pottery wares have been made here by companies whose names are now synonymous with history and quality such as Wedgwood, Minton, Spode, Royal Doulton and Copeland among them.

Staffordshire attractions and places of interest include an unforgettable journey into the magical world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at Alton Towers. A superb adventure that will take you for the first time ever into the heart of the amazing and spectacular Factory itself and you can even hitch a ride inside the wondrous Great Glass Elevator – Or you may wish to have a great fun day out at Drayton Manor Family Theme Park is one of the oldest parks in the country where families can enjoy a day of excitement and adventure. Originally billed fifty years ago, in 1949, by George Bryan as an 'Inland Pleasure Resort', the park is still to this day 'Family Run for Family Fun'.

Bobbington
Biddulph
Burntwood
Burton-upon-Trent
Cannock
Hanley
Hednesford
Hixon
Leek
Lichfield
Little Haywood
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Penkridge
Rugeley
Stafford
Stoke on Trent
Stone
Tamworth
Tutbury
Uttoxeter


West Midlands
The West Midlands is a geographical term describing the western half of central England, known as the Midlands. It is also known by its historical name of Mercia. The County often referred to as 'The Heart of England' probably due to its central location in England. Beautiful countryside surrounds the many historical towns and cities, such as Birmingham, the second largest city in England.

This region offers you a diverse cultural experience which includes 30,000 listed buildings which include historical country houses and many picturesque market towns such as Ledbury, and Bridgnorth in Shropshire.

The West Midlands is home to many unique historic, educational, entertaining and thrilling tourist and visitor attractions, which include Shakespeare's birthplace at Stratford-Upon-avon, Alton Towers Theme Park and Drayton Manor theme park, Ironbridge World Heritage Site and Cadbury World, or why not visit the Lions and other interesting animals at Dudley Zoo.

Aldridge
Balsall Common
Berkswell
Birmingham
Coventry
Dudley
Earlswood
Edgbaston
Halesowen
Lye
Solihull
Stourbridge
Sutton Coldfield
Walsall
Warley
Wednesbury
Wednesfield
West Bromwich
Willenhall
Wolverhampton


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