If you are you looking for someone who knows the best cycle routes in Shropshire or someone to cycle with then contact the Local Member Group of the Cyclists’ Touring Club, the UK’s national cyclists’ organisation.
The CTC has active groups that lead rides in the glorious countryside of Shropshire, from the “plains” of the North to the hills of the South and the Marches of the West, via the World Heritage Site that is the Ironbridge Gorge.
For more details visit the Cycle Shropshire website.
Come and enjoy a series of free walks exploring the beauty and history of NE Wales. From 1 – 7 June 2014. The walks will be led by trained walk leaders. For more information visit the website walksinwrexham.
The Whitchurch Walking Festival takes places from Fri 16 to Sunday 18 May 2014. Providing 3 days of walking opportunities and activities that will provide opportunities to explore Whitchurch and the surrounding countryside. For more details visit Whitchurch walkers.
Piggery cottage has been newly converted with people with mobility difficulties in mind. It is single storey with wide doors and ramped access is available. For more information download our Access Statement below.
If you have particular needs please contact us to discuss and we will try our best to ensure your stay is successful.
Access Statement for Piggery Cottage.
Shropshire has over 3,500 miles of rights of way through beautiful countryside with walks suitable for a variety of interests and abilities.
For information about walks visit the Shropshire walking website where you can download route maps.
Shropshire is a popular place for cyclists and Piggery cottage is an ideal base from which to explore the local area.
Secure bike storage is available and a repair shop is nearby to help resolve any technical issues you may have. [Jack Davies Cycles, 58 High Street, Wem, Shropshire SY4 5DW. Phone: 01939 235 485]
For those without bikes but who fancy a ride out bikes are available to borrow by arrangement.
Shropshire has a wide range of cycling routes which you can view on an interactive map at travelshropshire.co.uk or you can download or order copies.