Things to do
Well, where do I start? A very short list for you below.
The Ironbridge Gorge, the heart of the industrial revolution, home to the famous Ironbridge and a quietly proud UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Ironbridge Gorge Museums are enough for all of the family to enjoy over a few days and each one steeped in history.
Below is a link to walking trail leaflets from Severn Gorge Countryside Trust. Blists Hill to Ironbridge Trail can be done from the door of The Barn at Lees Farm.
EV Charging locations TF7
Trains can be caught to Telford or Shifnal. Both approximately 10 minutes from The Barn at Lees Farm. Link to Trainline below. There is a cycle path directly from Telford that passes within 100m of the driveway. The link to The Silkin Way is below also.
The Arriva Bus 4 travels to Madeley from Telford Central Station.
Places to Visit
Madhouse Farm Paca Picnics and walks
These come highly recommended, we had such a fantastic time as an extended family of all ages.
National Trust – Nearby
Stand Up Paddle Boarding in Shrewsbury on the River Severn. The best fun, or the most relaxed way to see the Severn. I can highly recommend.
State of the art climbing wall in Shrewsbury.
Geocaching in The Ironbridge Gorge is on another level. I have had guests promise to return as there were too many for one weekend. We even have one at The Barn at Lees Farm, will you be able to find.
Apley is a great farm shop with Paint a Pot, Donkey Rides, Petting Farm, Play Barn and lots of seasonal activities.
Madhouse Farm Paca Picnics
Mr Moyden Shropshire Cheese
Moongate Plant Centre
Naked Flames Eco Tubs
Gilly Page Jewellery
You don’t even have to leave to see what wonderful wildlife we have surrounding us. These sheets are available on request and will be left in the accommodation for children who are staying. There is a magnifying glass and also a bird spotting kit in The Yurt.