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Shropshire

Rich in history and charming towns, Shropshire is famous as the birthplace of industry. Also called Salop from its older Norman-derived name. Shropshire is a county for eating, drinking and planning for shopping. Throughout the whole year, Shropshire has a vibrant art and cultural scene that inspires and entertains. This is a rare county not like any in the UK, because it does not contain a single city. Famous for The Wrekin and Ironbridge. The Wrekin is a hill in east Shropshire located on the border between Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin. The Ironbridge was a bridge made of iron that was the first ever constructed, and it is the name of a town within Shropshire. Local delicacies include polecat pie and shrewsbury cakes. Photo by Shaun Morris on Unsplash

1 Wedding Venues in Shropshire meet your criteria

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North Wales, Wales
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Set amongst breathtaking Welsh countryside overlooking Lake Vyrnwy and its fairy-tale tower; the four star Country House Hotel has a choice of four rooms licensed for your...

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2-300

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£100.00

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Shropshire

Rich in history and charming towns, Shropshire is famous as the birthplace of industry. Also called Salop from its older Norman-derived name. Shropshire is a county for eating, drinking and planning for shopping. Throughout the whole year, Shropshire has a vibrant art and cultural scene that inspires and entertains. This is a rare county not like any in the UK, because it does not contain a single city. Famous for The Wrekin and Ironbridge. The Wrekin is a hill in east Shropshire located on the border between Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin. The Ironbridge was a bridge made of iron that was the first ever constructed, and it is the name of a town within Shropshire. Local delicacies include polecat pie and shrewsbury cakes. Photo by Shaun Morris on Unsplash

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