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Freshfield Equestrian Centre, Market Drayton

Mynderley Stables, All Stretton

Delbury Hall Trout Fishery, Craven Arms

Dearnford Trout Fishery, Whitchurch

Wheely Wonderful Cycling, Ludlow

Wheely Wonderful Cycling, Ludlow

Atlas Drive Training Ltd, Ludlow

Telford Ice Rink, Telford

Telford Superbowl, Telford

Lawley View Farm and Livery, Church Stretton

Archery Events,

XTREME Trampoline @ Wonderland, Telford

Causeway Equestrian Centre, Shrewsbury

The Parachute Centre, Whitchurch

Causeway Equestrian Centre, Shrewsbury

Telford Ski Centre, Telford

Espiritu Balloon Flights Ltd, Shrewsbury

Minsterley Ranges & Clay Ground, Shrewsbury

Powerleague Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury

Long Mountain Centre, Shrewsbury

Shropshire Steamboat Co., Wem

Mid-Shropshire Wheelers, Asterley

Dirt Magazine, Walcot

Newport (Salop) CC, Newport

Wrekinsport Cycling Club, Telford

Ingear RC, Shrewsbury

Beyond Extreme, Oswestry

Bowbrook Archers, Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Bowmen, Shrewsbury

Telford Archers, Telford

The Audco Archers, Newport

The Edge Adventure Activities, Much Wenlock

Other things to do in the area

Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Telford

Ludlow Castle, Ludlow

Much Wenlock Museum, Much Wenlock

Wernlas Collection, Ludlow

Wonderland, Telford

Acton Burnell Castle, Shrewsbury

Stokesay Castle, Craven Arms

Lilleshall Abbey, Newport

Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, Shrewsbury

Hodnet Hall Gardens, Market Drayton

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