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Telford Coronation Walks
Wrockwardine & Allscott
(01/02/24 - WARNING currently heavy mud and obstructions on parts of this route)
Telford & Wrekin has many small rural villages and hamlets and the picturesque village of Wrockwardine is one of the oldest, listed in the Domesday Book’s survey of the Conquerors’s possessions in 1086AD (note the plaque on the Old Schoolmasters House as you pass it.) The name comes from Old English and means ‘Enclosed settlement by The Wrekin’ It has a large number of historic buildings, The Church of St. Peter is Grade 1 listed, and there are 23 Grade II listed buildings or structures and we pass many in both Wrockwardine and Allscott. The full walk crosses fields, stiles and a railway line and is unsuitable for wheelchair or pushchair users, but there is a 1 mile alternative route wheelchair route and a 1.2 mile short walk that are described in the booklet text.
The start is at
You can find the map here........................
Is the route Wheelchair and pushchair friendly ?
No, but there is a 1-mile alternative.
The description is here ,,,
The book ready pages are here or coming soon...
The gpx file is in the fileshare
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