New Shropshire book on the way
We were absolutely delighted to get our hands on a preview copy of our new book, Shropshire From Dawn to Dusk.
It is being published by Merlin Unwin Books on April 2 and showcases the county in over 160 photographs, featuring even more places and locations than in our last book, A Year in Shropshire.
This celebration of Shropshire includes landscapes, towns and villages, as well as the people and events that make it so very special.
The Stretton Hills, the Stiperstones and the Clee Hills all feature, along with beautiful Ludlow, Shrewsbury and the iconic Iron Bridge, to name just a few locations.
New places this time include Oswestry, Whitchurch, Claverley, Uppington, Smethcote, Nesscliffe, Cleobury Mortimer, Market Drayton, Hope Bagot, Whixall and Wem.
Featured on the cover is evening sunlight on the ramparts of the Iron Age hill fort on Burrow Hill, near Craven Arms, which is one of our favourite spots in the whole county.
Shropshire From Dawn to Dusk (hardback) costs £20 and will be available to buy in outlets around the county as well as through this website.
Published by Shropshire and Beyond on
Landscape that inspired novelist Mary Webb
A step back in time along Offa's Dyke
Village that may have inspired Conan Doyle
Sunrise and silence in the Shropshire Hills
A bird's-eye view of Shropshire