e live on
the edge of Telford in a timber-framed house - one of fourteen homes
in a self-built community established 20 years ago in a secluded location
close to the Ironbridge gorge. Seven of the homes are made of timber and the
community has placed great emphasis on environmentally-friendly
the half acre of 'natural' garden there is a woodworking shop (recently
extended), a large yard and a timber barn.
The woodworking shop was used
for manufacturing for several years but has now recently been refitted as a
more appropriate teaching space for woodworking courses.
are several very good restaurants and pubs in the locality to suit every taste and pocket.
If you want to visit a museum then look no further than the Ironbridge Gorge
Museum which is located on seventeen different sites nearby. There
are also beautiful walks in abundance in the Gorge. Further out into
Shropshire we have historic towns such as Much Wenlock and Shrewsbury. For
more serious walking we have Wenlock edge and the Shropshire hills.
inding us is relatively easy. Exit the M54 at junction
4 onto the
(south) and continue straight on for the A4169. Coming from the south (through Bridgnorth)
follow the A442 and turn
for Dawley onto the A4169. If you use online maps search on TF4 3QX