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Wenlock Pottery

Wenlock Pottery - This image is copyrighted

Address

Shineton Street
Much Wenlock
Much Wenlock
TF13 6HT

Contact

Tel : +44 01952 727600

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Wenlock Pottery has been established for over 25 years and is owned by Mr Mike Fletcher who is a self taught potter. Mike has had to diversify over the last few years and has now created a perfect haven for relaxation in his beautiful Bed & Breakfast accommodation. At the moment there is only 1 room available, with private access, dining area with fridge and usual facilities and a large bedroom which is ideal for 1 person or 4 people.

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By Road

From the junction of the A5/A458 (S) Shrewsbury
take the A458 south towards Bridgnorth.
In Much Wenlock turn left on to Smithfield Road.
Turn left on to Shineton Street.

By Public Transport

FromTelford/Shrewsburystation it is10 milestoWenlock Pottery.

Wenlock Pottery - This image is copyrighted
Wenlock Pottery - This image is copyrighted

Wenlock Pottery facilities include:

  • On site parking
  • Conference facilities
  • Toilets
  • Min group size
  • Café/restaurant
  • Max group size
  • Groups accepted

Wenlock Pottery accessibility includes:

  • Ramp/level access
  • Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)
  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors
  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • Facilities for visually impaired visitors

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