Wrekin View Naturist Club

Welcome to Wrekin View
Introduction
Tour of facilites
Photo Tour
Questions & Answers
Tariffs & Fees
Info. & Rules for Visitors
Booking form
Contact Us & Visitor's Comments
Potted History
Member's Only Diary
NEW BUILD Photo Album
NEW BUILD PHOTO PAGE 2
Club minutes
What's on guide
Out and About

Out and About

Out and about, when you’re staying at Wrekin View.


We are in the heart of the
Shropshire countryside with lots to see and do.  Our rural location, with a diverse variety of farming, means you’re never far from an historic market town.  To the north you have Whitchurch home of the world famous Clockmaker J.B. Joyce.  To the south, the larger town of Shrewsbury, birthplace of Charles Darwin.  Go east to Market Drayton and you’re sure to find the lovable Gingerbread Man 

Go west and the quaint town of Wemwill welcome you; you’ll find Wem mentioned in the Doomsday Book.
 All within a very short drive you’ll find lots to interest you.  Hawkstone Park and Follies is definitely not to be missed; remember to take a torch.  Weston-under-Redcastle boasts The Citadel built in the 1820s.  Have your photograph taken in Weston village stocks – just in front of the Church.  Hodnet Hall and Gardens are frequently open to the public.  While you’re there, visit the Hodnet Parish Church and examine the graveyard.  See the Coach House which relives grander times when Hodnet was a staging post on the way north.   

The nearbyvillage of Moreton Corbet has a Castle built in 1066.  Bike enthusiasts may even fancy the Motocrossat Hawkstone. Without leaving Shropshire you still have lots to see.  The Ironbridge Gorge museum is so comprehensive and spread out, you can get a 12 month passport.  The Cosford Air Museum is just south of the M5/A41 interchange. 

Bridgnorth
with its Victorian Cliff Railway connecting the High and Low town is unique.  Rest a while, look at the flowers and listen to the River Severn as it bubbles its way through the town.  Mention the River Severn and it brings us nicely to the Severn Valley Railway.  This is a must for all steam enthusiasts.  Regular trips ending, if you like, at Kidderminster Railway Museum are always popular.  Once on the train, if you see giraffes & lions on your left you’re not dreaming.  It’s West Midlands Safari Park.

All the above sites have their own particular visit arrangements.  You are, advised to contact them prior to going.

If you find Wrekin View a little too far to travel, then our friends at Nudist UK have a full register of UK Clubs catering for the naturist.  However, for those who just wish to visit a Naturist Site without the commitment of joining a Club our friends at
Naturist Corner have a wealth of information for you.  Possibly you love Camping but are not quite ready to commit to a Naturist Site yet; if so try Camping & Campsites in Shropshire at Campsite Finder and while you're there come & visit us.



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