Golf Widows

Assuming we can't get you on the courses, while the boys are happily wielding their clubs about, the girls will be able to find a welcome distraction in Shropshire's fine selction of shops, restaurants and other attractions.

 

Out & About

From the famous Ironbridge, near Telford, to Medieval Shrewsbury and gourmet Ludlow. From those Blue Remembered Hills of South Shropshire to the Meres, Mosses and canals of North Shropshire. Shropshire is the very heart of the heart of England and each town is ideal to indulge in a girl's favourite pastime, shopping...

 

Shopping

Shopping has always been a girl's favourite activity and in Shropshire, you'll find shops aplenty.
 
Bargain hunters beware! Our town centres are crammed to bursting with the sort of independent retailers that many towns lost years ago. Each of our town centres are unique, many are an eclectic collection of historic period buildings and quaint little shops that are full of character. Not that we don't have the large stores you'll find in many towns, but in Shropshire they mingle effortlessley together, leaving the innocent shopper with a serious love affair.
 
If you happen to be passing on market day, the town squares and main streets become lined with stalls that attract people from all around. The selection will leave you able to seriously bend the plastic and indulge in serious retail therapy.
 
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Restaurants

Throughout Shropshire, you'll find many restaurants that are able to tempt the taste buds with their fine cuisine. There is a large selection of pubs and bistros offering great food and a great atmosphere. They are ideal to allow intimate and informal chats with friends - perhaps to discuss the purchases from that all important shopping trip.
 
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Gardens

The north of Shropshire has some of England's finest gardens.
 
On the Staffordshire border, you'll find the Dorothy Clive Garden, where you can gaze at the waterfall and views. The garden is intimate and informal with a superb woodland water garden, alpine scree and succulent borders.
 
If plantsman's gardens are more your thing, close by is Wollerton Old Hall Garden made up of atmospheric "rooms", a knot garden, lime allee and classic English summer flowers that will make your eyes misty. Very up to date, very imaginative and truly memorable.
 
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