Phil Revell

Broseley is a very good base for walking. Ignore the self promotion of the well funded Ironbridge marketing machine - Broseley is where the Industrial Revolution really had its roots. Broseley is mentioned in the Domesday book, and predates its better known neighbour by some seven hundred years. The famous bridge was built to provide a link from Broseley to the north, and Broseley based John Wilkinson was probably a greater influence on the Industrial Revolution than Abraham Darby.

These walks from Broseley all begin from the small and thriving town centre, where there are proper shops, and free parking.

Broseley Circuit
Benthall Woods from Broseley
Deer Leap and Fiery Fields

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