Ironbridge In 1779 the world’s first iron bridge was constructed over the River Severn and the area is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and conservation area.

Ironbridge itself is a charming town with many tea shops, cafés and museums and provides a wonderful mix of imposing detached properties alongside delightful cottages.

The town is beautifully situated in the heart of The Gorge with the river Severn running alongside and remains a popular place both to live and visit.

Ironbridge is a little over five miles from Telford town centre with its excellent range of facilities and amenities including Shopping Centre, Ice Rink, Parks, Cinema and transport links via the railway and the M54 motorway.

Buildwas is a village in Shropshire situated on the north bank of the River Severn. Buildwas has a local village hall and is close to Devil’s Dingle – a well know local nature reserve, and is situated approximately 2.5 miles from the world heritage site of Ironbridge and 3 miles from the historic town of Much Wenlock.

Coalport is situated on the banks of the River Severn in the Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO world heritage site, just a short distance from the town of Ironbridge itself.

Coalport really offers something for everyone; lovely countryside surroundings, riverside walks, the Shropshire canal, local museums including Blists Hill Victorian town and the china museum, and there are also some fine riverside inns to enjoy!