• Stiperstones

  • Linlet Beeches

  • Ludlow Castle from Dinham Bridge

  • Ludlow

South Route

Beehive Lane - planning application!

The beautiful route of the Shropshire Way from Kingsland Bridge through the Rad Valley is under threat from development. A planning application has been submitted to build a large house on the field at the end of Beehive Lane.

To see where this is, click the map opposite to enlarge it .

We must stop the destruction of this unique rural environment within our town and save our valuable green spaces. Please follow this link to the application where you can see the plans and submit an objection.

The southern section of the Shropshire Way is a round walk from Shrewsbury to Shrewsbury as described in the Guide books produced by Shropshire Area Ramblers between 1991 and 2005. It traverses the Shropshire Hills from the Stiperstones to the Clee Hills and Wenlock Edge before descending to Ironbridge Gorge. From there it takes you over the Wrekin and now visits Wellington before returning to Shrewsbury via Haughmond Hill.

The walk is divided into stages which most people can accomplish in a day and which end at or near to where accommodation can be found. Click on the links for the stages to reach a page for each one. Here you will find a short description plus download links for a map and a gpx file

The start point from Shrewsbury is Kingsland Bridge. The access from the town is from Town Walls on the north side of the River Severn. After crossing the bridge proceed to Kingsland Road and turn right along Beehive Lane. See map opposite and click to enlarge.

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