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Rays Farm Country Matters

Bridgnorth Shropshire England
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Rays Farm is a family owned business, located in beautiful Shropshire countryside. Enjoy a perfect family day out, meeting animals and birds, and exploring Ancient Woodland Walks. 

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Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Craven Arms Shropshire England
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Severn Valley Railway

Birdgnorth Shropshire England
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The jewel of Shropshire

Looking for an escape back in time to a time without social media, mobile phones and thoughts of the pandemic? Look no further.

Like the river that runs alongside it, the Severn Valley Railway snakes through the beautiful Shropshire and Worcestershire countryside and has been providing steam train journeys for over five decades – celebrating 50 years of steam power in preservation last year.

With rolling stock over a century old and stations that have been preserved from the Victorian era, the SVR promises an vintage day out for all ages. What's more, the railway has an unrivalled selection of compartment carriages being used for its NEW excursion services, meaning your party can travel in comfort and style whilst being Covid-secure during your time on the railway.

Starting in Bridgnorth or Kidderminster, you'll meander through the glorious Severn Valley, stopping at a variety of locations to explore, shop, eat, drink, play, discover and generally adventure into the golden age of transport.
From The Engine House Visitor Centre at Highley – which gives you the chance to get up close to a variety of engines, sample of whole host of homemade treats in the café and shop 'till you drop – to picturesque Arley, which you'll recognise from some of your favourite TV shows and films.

It's not just a ride on the train though and the team at SVR have partnered with a selection of other local businesses to give you much more to explore during your next time on the Railway. Join the train at Kidderminster or Bridgnorth and have the opportunity to explore Arley Arboretum, walk alpacas, kayak or tour Bewdley Brewery.

Not that the railway is short of places to sup a tipple or two itself – with two fantastic real ale pubs serving up a selection of local at both ends of the line. The Railwayman's Arms, at Bridgnorth Station, has been a drinking establishment since it opened in 1861.
No two journeys on the SVR are the same – whether you're looking for thrills, a family day of fun or a relaxing day as a couple, there's something for everyone on the Severn Valley Railway.

You can book your socially-distanced table or private compartment for your next adventure now at www.svr.co.uk

For more information about the SVR, its events and bookings, visit www.svr.co.uk, call 01562 757900 or see the Severn Valley Railway Official Site or Families pages on Facebook

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Hoo Zoo & Dinosaur World

Telford Shropshire England
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Celebrating their 30th birthday, Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom has taken a huge step and relaunched as Hoo Zoo and Dinosaur World. With over 100 species of animals, 15 animatronic dinosaurs and activities taking place all day Hoo Zoo really is a fun day out whatever the age.


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Hawkstone Park Follies

Shrewsbury Shropshire England
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Covid-19 Update - Open Friday Saturday and Sunday. Online tickets only, but please check the website for latest updates  



Days Out at Hawkstone Park 

Hawkstone Park may have been the original "theme park" as it was laid out amongst the natural features of the North Shropshire landscape in the 18th Century by eminent members of the Hill family for the enjoyment of visitors to their family estate but eventually due to a lack of funds it fell into disrepair. In the 1980's its historic importance was recognised and it was lovingly restored and opened to the public once again some ten years later.

These days Hawkstone Park is one of Shropshire's premier outdoor attractions and it offers an exciting day out for families which is a little bit different. The beautiful woodland Follies Adventure Park has hidden pathways, caves, secret tunnels, and a grotto, and from the top of the Monument it is said you can see twelve counties!

The walk which is about 3km can be quite strenuous but there are shorter routes for you to enjoy. Due to the terrain not all areas are accessible for those with mobility issues but if would still like to enjoy the Park and see the views, then a Warden Safari is available for only a small extra cost. A season pass is available for local visitors which has an array of benefits such as free coffee and cake in the Café on certain dates. For more information on these or any of the services we offer within the Park, please call us direct on 01948 841777.

We invite you to come and enjoy a day's exploration followed by a hot meal or afternoon tea, locally sourced, in our newly refurbished Caspian's Café in the Visitor Centre which has plenty of indoor and outdoor seating.

If you are planning a full day out and live further way, the Hawkstone Park Hotel offers every comfort and all the facilities you would expect.

Of course Hawkstone Park also offers you the opportunity to play two of the finest Golf Courses in the West Midlands, and in addition we have the Short Course where you can play golf in an hour if you are a little short of time or want to bring the family. The driving range is open to visitors too.

Please contact us or check our website for further information on exciting Days Out at Hawkstone Park.

For prices and opening dates and times please see the website

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