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Ice hockey in the town is represented by 2 teams. One is the Telford Tigers, an English Premier League (EPL or EPIHL) ice hockey team originally formed in 1985. The other are the Telford Titans, an ENL Team, which represents development hockey feeding from the excellent youth development and were last year crowned league champions.
Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom is a clean, friendly farm that appeals to all ages and offers close contact with over 120 different species of animals from fluffy yellow chicks and baby lambs to Servals, Otters, Meerkats and Lemurs.
FREE Admission. The award winning Royal Air Force Museum Cosford houses one of the largest aviation collections in the United Kingdom. 70 historic aircraft are displayed in three wartime hangars and within the National Cold War Exhibition.
Clairmont offers a touch of class in this wonderful Victorian gentleman’s residence. Our rooms are beautifully presented and include up to date modern en-suites with a range of complimentary quality toiletries.
In 1963 Dawley new town was intended to take 50,000 people from the West Midlands conurbation and so to grow to a town of 70,000 or more. By 1968 Telford was intended to take an additional 50,000 and grow to a town of 220,000 or more by 1991. By 1983, however, Telford's population was just under 108,000, and it was generally thought that it might not reach 120,000 by the late 1980s.
Telford Raiders are the town's Rugby League club, although there have been other Rugby League Clubs in Telford historically, such as the Telford All Blacks and Shropshire Scorpions. Telford Hornets represent the town at Rugby Union.
There are lots of excuses which people use to put off joining a gym. We have a variety of flexible, value for money membership options to suit everyone.
Telford is also home to The University of Wolverhampton Business School (UWBS) campus and the School of the Built Environment. Harper Adams University, a famous university for land-based education is located near the town of Newport.
For more information about Telford contact Telford Visitor Information Centre.
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The remains of a late 12th-century church of a small priory of Augustinian canonesses, surrounded by picturesque woodland.
In 1983, after fierce opposition and three public enquiries, the M54 motorway was completed, connecting the town to the M6 and thence the rest of the UK's motorway network. Other major roads are the A5, A518 and A442, which is commonly known as the Eastern Primary or EP, and is officially branded Queensway.
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8 miles (13 km) to the north are Adams' Grammar School and Newport Girls High School selective schools located in nearby Newport.
Relax in peaceful barn conversions in peaceful farm yard with beautiful views over Shropshire Hills. Central to Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth, Ironbridge and Much Wenlock. Close to the Wrekin.
The new arrivals included the American company Unimation and three firms from Japan: Nikon UK Ltd., which opened a warehouse at Halesfield in 1983; video tape manufacturers Hitachi Maxell at Apley Castle in 1983; and office equipment manufacturers Ricoh, who took a 22-acre (89,000 m2) site for a factory at Priorslee next to the M54, and formed the first in Telford's new enterprise zone.
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Shropshire Warriors Basketball Club play at Telford College of Art and Technology (TCAT).
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Early settlement in the area was thought to be on the land that sloped up from the Weald Moors (an area north of the town centre) towards the line along which the Roman Watling Street was built. Farmland surrounded three large estates in the 10th century, namely Wellington, Wrockwardine and Lilleshall.
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Refreshingly different, Buckatree Hall Hotel in Telford is a renowned country house hotel at the foot of the famous Wrekin in tranquil Shropshire. Conveniently off J7 of the M54 between Telford and Shrewsbury we are an ideal base for both business and leisure.
Boscobel House is a beautiful but modest hunting lodge which sheltered Charles II after defeat at Worcester.
However, the subsequent recession meant that unemployment in the area had risen to 5% by February 2011, although this was still well below the national average.
Telford is home to a variety of established amateur, semi-pro and professional sports clubs.
All of this is set amongst one of the most industrious and yet stunning destinations; Shropshire – the birthplace of evolutionist Charles Darwin, the Industrial Revolution, and the home of the UNESCO world heritage site of Ironbridge Gorge.
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Extending the exclusive feel to our overall Southwater offer, the new Convention Quarter is adjacent to The International Centre and our on-site hotels – easily connecting the venue, Telford town, the train station, and major road routes.
It is home to one of the UK’s top conference and exhibition centres.
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The Telford International Centre is the 6th largest exhibition centre in the UK and the nearby Racquet Centre hosts many prestigious sporting events.
Telford is close to Ironbridge Gorge, a scenic tourist destination and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town advertises itself as "The Birthplace of Industry", due to its proximity to Coalbrookdale and other places in the Ironbridge Gorge area, which are internationally recognised as being important to the Industrial Revolution, and being to a large extent constructed on the Shropshire Coalfield.
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