Please bear with us as we continue to add content and links to our new website over the coming months.
The Shropshire Hills is one of England's finest landscapes, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1958. It's a living landscape, rich in wildlife and heritage, and loved by locals and visitors alike for its quality of environment, for walking and activities, relaxation and inspiration.
Fix the Fort Appeal
We need to raise £10,000 to fix Caer Caradoc’s worn-down ramparts.
Caer Caradoc stands in the heart of the Shropshire Hills and is very popular with visitors from near and far. This iconic landmark gets its name from its link to the legendary warrior prince Caradoc, who rebelled against the Romans in the first century AD.
News & What's On
Nationally important, locally managed.
The Shropshire Hills AONB covers a quarter of Shropshire, and is one of 46 AONBs in the UK. This website will help you to find out about what’s special about the Shropshire Hills, ideas for enjoying and exploring, and work being carried out to look after the AONB and promote its qualities.