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Tel code: 01952 | code search
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Telford is to be found in Shropshire and around 30 years ago did not exist as a place. Telford was created as a New Town – made up of the towns of Wellington, Oakengates, Madeley, Dawley and Ironbridge which all retain some sense of their history today but is now collectively known as Telford. Telford was named after its most famous adopted son – Thomas Telford – a Scotsman by birth he became a surveyor of public works in Shropshire in 1787. With an excellent reputation as an engineer he was given the task of building a bridge over the River Severn, known today as Ironbridge, he went on to build canals linking ironworks and collieries, bridges and docks as well as roads, Thomas Telford built more than 1,000 miles of road in his lifetime and it is no wonder that when Telford, the town, was being conceived that they should name it after such an influential individual who had strong links with the area. The town centre boasts a wide range of shops and multiples stores (around 140 shops at last count) whilst close by there is the ten screen cinema, a megabowl and ice rink, a 170 hectare town park together with fitness clubs hotels, Telford Racquet Centre and the Telford International Exhibition Centre in short wide ranging facilities for visitors and residents to appreciate. Telford though is not just a place to visit some of the most high tech companies in the world have selected Telford, Japanese and Taiwanese firms have come and this has seen an economic growth in the area that much of the West Midlands would be jealous of. But Telford offers more than just a great shopping centre and organised leisure facilities – there is so much to see, as a base from which to visit Newport, Bridgnorth, Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage site or the Severn Valley Railway to name but a few attractions, it is easy to appreciate the attraction that Telford offers. If you prefer the Shropshire countryside then don’t forget Telford lies at its centre and offers plenty for the hiker or mountain biker to enjoy, with the Wrekin close by from the top of which you can see 15 counties!

Accountant

Bayliss C F & Co
Clewley & Co
Henshall Investment Management Ltd
MLM Financial
Rankin & Hine
Rankin Hine Accountants Ltd
Turner Peachey

Attraction

Buildwas Abbey
Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom
Ironbridge Gorge Museums
Sunnycroft
Teddy Bear Shop and Vintage Display
Telford Steam Railway
Ten Pin
Wonderland
XTREME Trampoline @ Wonderland

Budget

Premier Inn Telford Central *book online*
Premier Inn Telford North *book online*
Travelodge Telford Shawbirch *book online*

Camping

Church Farm

Severn Gorge Park

Care Home

Roden Hall Nursing

Cinema

UCI Telford

Classes

Dance - Access Dance Academy
Yoga - Zoe Pope

Club

Coco Lounge
Pussycats Night Club

Conference Centre

The International Centre

Council

Telford and Wrekin Council

Dentist

Bridge Dental Health Centre
Charnock Dental Practice
Dawley Dental Practice
Station House Dental Practice

Doctor

Aqueduct Surgery
Charlton Medical Centre
Hadley Health Centre
Highfield Clinic
Leegomery Surgery
Stirchley Medical Practice
The Health Centre

Woodside Health Centre

Estate Agent

Barber & Son
Clark Haynes
D B Roberts & Partners
Evans Estates
General Accident Property Services
Tart Nick

Golf Club

Shropshire (The)
Shropshire Golf Centre
Telford Golf CLub

Health and Fitness Club

Cannons Health Club
Fitness First Telford

Inn

Coalbrookdale Inn
Hundred House Hotel
Newport Arms Hotel
Oaks Hotel
Swan Hotel

Market

Dawley Market
Hadley Market
Oakengates Market

Wellington Car Boot Sale

Performing Arts

Cadwaladr School Of Dance
Oakengates Theatre
Theatre of Gifted Youth

Pub and Bar

Albion Inn
Bridge
Bucks Head
Bulls Head
Dolphin
Hundred House Hotel
Mallard
Pheasant Inn
Talbot Inn
The Swan Ironbridge
Woolpack

Restaurant

Buckatree Hall Hotel
Frankie & Bennys
Hub (The)
Hundred House Hotel
Jewel In The Crown

La Fontana Restaurant
Mallard
Severn Gorge
Talbot Inn
Valley Hotel

School

Cadwaladr School Of Dance
Newdale Primary School
Old Hall School
Theatre of Gifted Youth
Wrekin College

Solicitor

Lanyon Bowdler
Martin-Kaye Solicitors
MFG Solicitors
Patience Clarke & Burrowes
Terry Jones

Taxi

ABC Cars
Bains Executive Travel
Central Cars
County Cars
Fastline Cars

Hire Station
New A 2 B Cars Ltd
Telford Cabline

Theatre

Oakengates Theatre

Vet

Companion Care Veterinary Surgery

Sports Clubs

British Sugar Allscott CC (Cricket)
Condover & Wroxeter CC (Cricket)
Hadley Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Madeley CC (Cricket)
St Georges CC (Cricket)
Team Spirit Shropshire Warriors Basketball Club (Basketball)
Telford (Volleyball)
Telford & Wrekin (Men's Hockey)
Telford & Wrekin (Women's Hockey)
Telford Harriers (Athletics)
Telford Raiders ARLFC (Rugby League)
Ten Pin (Bowling)
Wrekin (Women's Hockey)
Wrekin Road Runners (Athletics)
Wrekin Star Judo Club (Martial Arts)

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Shops

Debenhams
Dons Books
Chic Flowers Floral Designs
Boots
Boots
Early Learning Centre
Rymans
Wyevale Garden Centre
Ricky Tisk's Rhythm and Smooth Mobile Disco
Lakeside Plant Centre
Oakgate Nursery
Nobridge Nurseries
Grange Farm Garden Centre
Watkins Nurseries & Garden Centre
Pets Paradise
Dawley Pet Supplies
Pets First
Whittard of Chelsea
Timeless Jewellery Shop
All Floors 'n' Rugs

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Shire Pharmacy
Muxton Pharmacy
Eyewise
Benson Shoe Ltd
Jack Moody
Evans
Waterstones
J D Sports
Stewarts Angling
Timeless Jewellery Shop
Staples
Carphone Warehouse
Halfords
Willow's Kitchen
Hotel Chocolat
Blacks
The Entertainer
PC World
Maws Gallery
Food For Thought
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H Samuel
Wallis
Ernest Jones
B&Q
Jiggy Bones Disco
Less Stress
Specsavers
Mobile Barber
House of Fraser
Lush
Pets At Home
Meadowdale Nurseries
Oufit
Topman
Topshop

Antiques

BodyShop

Activities

Telford Archers(Archery)
Telford Superbowl(Bowling)
Wrekinsport Cycling Club(Cycling)
Telford Ice Rink(Skating)

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Telford Ski Centre(Snow Sports)
XTREME Trampoline @ Wonderland(Trampoline)

Places to Stay near Telford

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Oaks Hotel (1.45 miles)

Oaks Hotel

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A friendly, warm welcome awaits you at this small, family- run, rural hotel located 2.5 miles east of the centre of Telford.
Popular with commercial visitors and tourists, the accommodation is well-equipped ... More

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Hartfield Guest House (1.70 miles)

Hartfield Guest House

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This luxurious bed and breakfast has a licensed bar, an outdoor swimming pool and lavishly decorated, spacious en suite rooms with all expected amenities. Hartfield Guest House is located in the heart ... More

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The Old Rectory of St James (1.80 miles)

The Old Rectory of St James
Originally the Rectory of St James' Church dating from the 17th Century. The Old Rectory has been a haven for guests for many years, offering quality bed and breakfast accommodation. Close to the bustling centre ... More | visit website
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The Stanage (1.81 miles)

The Stanage
The Stanage is an imposing Edwardian House set in delightful gardens centrally located for easy access to Telford; Wellington; The Telford International Centre and the famous World Heritage Site in the Ironbridge Gorge. For the ... More | visit website
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Telford White House Hotel (2.53 miles)

Telford White House Hotel

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With a convenient location and great access to the region’s major roads, this modern 4-star hotel offers a brasserie-style restaurant, a lounge bar and free use of the leisure club with ... More

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Swan Hotel (2.60 miles)

Swan Hotel

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Modern 12 bedded newly furnished rooms within walking distance of the old market town Wellington. Fully licenced restaurant serving a variety of meals. Large carpark to the rear. 10 minutes ... More

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Premier Inn Telford Central (2.64 miles)

A great town centre location, this Premier Inn is conveniently located for amenities and attractions including a cinema and Telford Central train station, which is next door to this hotel. Located within easy reach of ... More | visit website
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Hadley Park House (2.83 miles)

Hadley Park House

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Set in three acres of landscaped gardens, Hadley Park House Hotel provides the ideal get away from everyday life. Whether for a leisure break or business, the personal service at the ... More

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Premier Inn Telford North (2.83 miles)

Telford North Premier Inn is one of our smaller hotels but still offers everything you expect from Premier Inn. Located just 5 miles from Telford town centre, where you'll find most high street stores. Also ... More | visit website
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The Anvil Lodge (3.12 miles)

The Anvil Lodge

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Judy and Michael Davies welcome you to stay at their warm and friendly Anvil Lodge in the heart of Shifnal in Shropshire. The Four Star luxurious accommodation comprise four superbly ... More

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