๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง Stretton, Shrewsbury & Sculptures

Our last stay in England before heading into Wales was a beautiful rural stay in Stretton.


Here we enjoyed a day out visiting the town of Shrewsbury which is built from 17th century Tudor buildings. The high street also boasts a high number of unique independent retail shops.


We were lucky as the day we visited was Market Day. We brought a homemade walnut and fig loaf of bread which didn’t last long.


Also on another adventure, we went for a walk along Allen Coppice Trail in Stretton. This trail was full of timber sculptures. We found ourselves in a forest surrounded by bears!!!


The temperature was plummeting at 4pm, even Mr Squirrel tail bristled out due to the 4 degree chills. We headed back to enjoy the warm fire.


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