Clare's Blog

Shropshire In September

25th August 2019

You don’t need to worry about the £ vs the $ if you enjoy a staycation in Shropshire this September. What you might need to watch out for is the lbs vs the waistline if you are not too careful though, as there are plenty of festivals to enjoy.

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Follow the Great Shropshire Cream Tea Trail

28th May 2019

Head out on the Great Shropshire Cream Tea Trail this summer for a taste of the Shropshire Hills (and you could win tickets to the Ludlow Food Festival too!).

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Spring Has Sprung!

8th March 2019

Spring is here – it’s official! It seems only yesterday that the snow was whipping along the valley, but that’s now given way to sunshine with daffodils, crocuses and blossom appearing in The School House garden.

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Embrace the New Year in Shropshire

6th January 2019

Shropshire is a beautiful destination for a rural retreat at any time of year. Here are 10 ways that you can relax in the south of Shropshire this winter.

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Walking Around Clun

1st December 2018

Clun is a small ‘Walkers Are Welcome’ town on the border of Wales in the undulating Shropshire Hills, just 15 minutes from us at The School House B&B. Here are details of three walks.

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Winter 2018 Newsletter

20th November 2018

We recently posted a copy of our latest newsletter on Facebook to our followers and email list. In case you missed it you can read it here.

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Summer 2018 Newsletter

3rd August 2018

For those that haven't seen our latest news from either the Facebook post or on email here it is...

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Puppy Preparations

29th April 2018

Some of you may have read in our recent Facebook post that we’ve dog-proofed our garden by installing livestock fencing around the perimeter.

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The Shropshire Hills in the Palm of our Hand

4th March 2018

Here at The School House B&B we’re perfectly located to enjoy some of the best countryside in Shropshire. You might even say that we've got the Shropshire Hills in the palm of our hand…

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Back to the Iron Age in Chapel Lawn

17th October 2017

I’ve never really been a fan of history, as some of you will know from my earlier blog entry Horrible History: Hillforts and Hegemony, but it’s starting to grow on me.

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