Welcome to our Gallery section! Here you’ll find photographs from a selection of places around the Wrekin Forest, all chosen to showcase the wide variety of habitat features around the hill and promote some of the area’s lesser known locations. If you have any images you’d like to submit, why not drop us a line via our contact page and we’ll get back to you (full credits will of course be given).
Unless stated, all images belong to Wellington LA21 Group/Gordon Dickins. Please ask our permission before reproducing them.
The ancient village of Little Wenlock began life as an outlying estate of Much Wenlock Priory and was a local centre in the Industrialisation of east Shropshire from the 1600s onwards. Today, its brownfield heritage provides varied habitat features for some increasingly scarce wildlife.Read more
Famed for its exposures of Precambrian and Cambrian rock, The Ercall is a geological site of international importance. However, its old quarries provide a varied range of brownfield habitat for an incredible array of plants and insects, while the area’s ancient oak woodlands are equally valuable for local wildlife.Read more
The forest landscape south of The Wrekin is a varied patchwork of pastures, woodland and stream valleys all leading to the floodplains of the River Severn. The area plays a pivotal role in the ecology of Britain’s longest waterway and offers stunning views of the Shropshire hills.Read more