• Sandbrook Vaults

    Traditional public house, recently refurbished. Real ale from local Joules brewery. Live music, wood burner, friendly staff and atmosphere. Live music is routinely on here, further details should be obtained from the pub by visitors 4 Shropshire Street, Market Drayton

  • Market Drayton Golf Club

    A hidden gem set in the rural Shropshire countryside Positioned down a peaceful lane one mile outside the Shropshire town is Market Drayton Golf Club. Established in 1906 it is a beautiful course with elevations that afford spectacular views of Read more [...]

  • St Mary’s Church

    The Church address is:  St Mary’s Church, Church Street, Market Drayton. Shropshire TF9 1AD The Church Office is open on Friday 10am to 1pm for general enquiries and to book Baptisms and Weddings  

  • Dorothy Clive Garden

    Originally designed by Colonel Clive for his wife, Dorothy. Today explore a garden including a laburnum tunnel, alpine scree with pool, rose walk, edible woodland, seasonal borders and rhododendron filled woodland with waterfall. All in a contemporary informal setting. Relax Read more [...]

  • Local Villages

    Please click on links below for information on local villages: hodnet.org.uk website for Hodnet, Marchamley, Wollerton and Peplow Norton-in-Hales is a picturesque village located in North Shropshire some 4 miles North East of Market Drayton A guide to Loggerheads, Ashley Read more [...]

  • Joule’s Brewery

    The Brewery resides on Great Hales Street, with The Brewery Tap “The Red Lion Inn” resting adjacent to the Brewery. Joule’s run public Brewery tours on the first Wednesday of every month, with tickets available from The Red Lion bar. Read more [...]

  • Canal Walk

    3.2 km / 2 miles – allow 1 hour (Shortcut 2.5 km / 1.6 miles – allow 45 mins) A gently undulating start to reach the canal. Challenging steep steps at the aqueduct. Stiles: 0 Climbs: 1 – Challenging (steep Read more [...]

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    Festival Drayton Centre

    Community owned since 1984, the Centre underwent a major refurbishment in 2004, resulting in it becoming the Best Regional Winner of the West Midlands Market Towns Award in 2006. On the 2nd June 2014 an announcement from Buckingham Palace confirmed Read more [...]