Weston Park in Autumn

A beautiful sunny afternoon in Weston Park, Shropshire today and later a spectacular bonfire and firework display. Hundreds of families enjoyed a grand afternoon and evening with funfair and fireworks. The weather was kind and not too chilly. Wonderful homemade cupcakes from ‘The Little Round Cake Company’. Thank you they
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Ironbridge walking festival on Benthall Edge

NEW FOR 2012 For more information about this years walking festival visit the link below http://www.visitironbridge.co.uk/things-to-do/events-and-festivals/may-june/725-ironbridge-gorge-walking-festival– At The Stanage B & B we have a good selection of local walking guides and maps for you to borrow during your stay. Most of our guides take in the beautiful Ironbridge Gorge
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Snowdrops at Attingham Park

2012 The snowdrops are already poking their heads out in our garden at The Stanage and I am sure that once again Attingham Park will be covered in them. National Trust Snowdrop walks start in February.   2011 Have just reminded myself that the snowdrops will soon be out and
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Wenlock Priory

If you are planning  a trip to Shropshire this year why not include a visit to this delightful English Heritage site. Much Wenlock is a 20 minute drive from The Stanage, Bed and Breakfast in  Telford.
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Cosy log fire at The Stanage

With the weather continuing to be very cold there is nothing nicer than to come down to breakfast at The Stanage, Telford and sit by a roaring log fire. We have a log fire each morning through the winter months and most guests find it hard to leave after eating
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Autumn at The Stanage

Lovely colours and beautiful sunshine captured at the weekend in our garden. The leaves may be falling however the bees continue to fly with the beautiful warm sunshine. Geraniums planted earlier in the year are spectacular pinks and reds giving a warm glow to the garden.  
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A warm welcome at The Stanage, Telford

New colour for the front door at The Stanage We decided on a change of colour. Gone from “Stanage blue” to the new and brighter “Stanage red!” Just have to paint the gates to match. Maybe later. I remember reading that having a red purse was lucky, hope it also
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Regular visitors to The Stanage

Each day we fill the bird feeders with nuts and fat balls and have attracted many birds to the garden. These include Robins, Sparrows, Magpies, the Lesser spotted woodpecker, Mistle thrush, Song thrush, Blackbird, Stonechat, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Nuthatch, Wren, Great tit, Blue tit, Collared dove, Pigeon and Crow. No doubt
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