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Need a Christmas tree? Or perhaps you just fancy a trial flight over the South Shropshire countryside.
Find out what is happening in this market town.
Located at the foot of the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve, the Bog Visitor Centre is a good base for a days walking. They also provide a grand cuppa and home-baked cakes after a days walking!
Visit this informative visitor attraction at Craven Arms.
Book: The Long Mynd: Its History and Wildlife
A lavish full colour book with over 400 photographs describing all aspects of the hill where many Malcolm Saville stories are set.
Go underground with information and videos on Shropshire lead mines.
Also on the mining front, along with the associated Shropshire Mines Trust site.
After a virtual trip down the lead mines of South Shropshire, what better than a drink at the Stiperstones inn which is located in the village of Stiperstones (although you probably know it better as Barton Beach!)
Savour the varied delights of Bishop's Castle including information on local accommodation, where to eat and drink and, of course, where to buy Malcolm Saville books.
Anne Bowker is! Check out her suggested routes in the Shropshire hills.
Looking for a hotel in the area? We have stayed in this hotel for our 1999, 2001 and 2008 annual gatherings.