Without leaders, none of this would exist – they are so generous in the giving of their time to check out routes, as well as seeing to all the behind the scenes admin that goes with running this programme. Some leaders are also involved with other projects to benefit walkers and we are very pleased to offer links to these below.
Wellington Walkers Are Welcome run a Walking Festival every September. This year’s programme featured a joint walk with ourselves, along with a number of other imaginative rambles – to a local vineyard and to a local steam railway both with the chance to participate! Also included in their programme was a film in support of the Orbit Arts Centre in Wellington. The photos below give you a flavour of what could be enjoyed. As you can see from the link, during the year they offer regular walks as well as being very active in keeping paths clear and promoting walks around the area.
The Shropshire Way is along distance path of 200 miles. It comprises two loops centring on Shrewsbury, covering the South Shropshire Hills and the North Meres, Mosses and canals. Fifteen stages link the major towns and transport hubs so that public transport can be used to complete the route. Rail Rambles often include part of this scenic trail and here is a selection of the views on offer.
The Heart of Wales Line Trail – this line has long been popular with walkers. Not only does the service provide access to great walking country but also the opportunity to walk linear routes between rail stations.
Telford T50 50 Mile Trail was created to celebrate the new town’s 50th anniversary in 2018. This new trail goes through the major open spaces in Telford. It links together parks, woods, pools, nature reserves and open countryside with the World Heritage Site of the Severn Gorge, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, and the many new and historic towns and villages that make up Telford.