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Ebury Hill Camping And Caravanning Club Site

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Pitches: 110 Opening Dates: 01/04 to 02/11 “Escape the crowds in Shropshire” People have been staying at Ebury Hill for the last 3,000 years. Developed as a hill fort in the Iron Age, it is now the perfect place to spend a few quiet days exploring the Shropshire countryside. Shrewsbury has a wealth of timberframed and Georgian houses, steep, narrow streets and little alleys – all in a loop of the River Severn. Wroxeter – Roman Viriconium – was probably one of the largest Roman settlements in the UK. Visit the English Heritage Visitor Centre to find out more. Haughmond Abbey was an Augustine abbey. It is close to the Club Site and is also managed by English Heritage. The ten award-winning museums of the Ironbridge Gorge are spread along the River Severn. Become a Victorian for the day at Blists Hill, discover the inner workings of everyday objects at Enginuity, explore the Coalport China Museum and much more. For more information please visit our website . Member price from: £5.45 per person per night
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    Ring Bank Haughton Shrewsbury Shropshire SY4 4GB


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