Badger ~ Shropshire

Everything you need to know about the village of Badger in Shropshire

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Visitors

If this is your first visit to Badger, in addition to exploring the village itself and the local countryside there are also a number of interesting attractions nearby including:

 

Interesting Towns: Bridgnorth, Ironbridge, Much Wenlock and Shrewsbury

 

Historic Attractions: Hawkstone Historic Park, Benthall Hall (NT), Dudmaston Estate (NT), Weston Park, Boscobel House (EH), Ludlow Castle, White Ladies Priory (EH), Ironbridge Gorge Museums and Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford

 

Activities: In addition to the many public footpaths through the countryside around Badger, there are also a number of excellent walks nearby including, walks along Wenlock Edge, Titterstone Clee and Brown Clee

 

Local Events:

June/July: Ludlow Festival

August: Shrewsbury Flower Show

September: Ludlow Food & Drink Festival

September: Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Festival

 

Pubs & Restaurants:

The Seven Stars, Beckbury - just a mile or so north of Badger, a traditional village pub serving cask ales and great home cooked food.

 

The Dartmouth Arms, Burnhill Green - just over two miles away in the village of Burnhill Green - a cosy country pub with an adjoining Italian-style restaurant.

 

The Hundred House Hotel, Norton - on the A442, 4 miles from Badger - An old pub and restaurant famed for its  food and quirky features.

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