Church Stretton

This is another South Shropshire gem of a town set in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s been called ‘Little Switzerland’, surrounded as it is by geological,
 600 million year old hills and features,  from Caer Caradoc and the Stiperstones to Wenlock Edge. And at the very heart of Church Stretton is 10 miles of magnificence which is the Long Mynd.  This is a haven for walkers with 20 miles of bridleways and a host of way marked walks. 
The town itself retains an aura of Edwardian charm and is a tranquil pleasure that is well worth visiting.