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Combine gentle exercise with delicious food on the Shropshire Tasty Trail

by Webmaster, 28th April 2021

Combine gentle exercise with delicious food on the Shropshire Tasty Trail

Shropshire's not only a beautiful county, it plays host to some of the best food producers and dining options in the UK.

Now you can combine both experiences on a unique eight-mile walk which includes three stop-offs where walkers can enjoy a different course, all washed down with local ales and ciders.

Taking place on the May 23rd, all venues will be fully outdoors with the trail starting at Upton Magna Village Hall car park.

“Come on a journey you won’t forget,” says Beth Heath, director of fun at Shropshire Festivals. “If you love walking in the great outdoors, socialising with loved ones, eating and drinking delicious produce and supporting local businesses, then this event is perfect for you.

“We will be using public footpaths and we've secured access to some areas that are not usually open to the public.

“It'll be the perfect opportunity to take in beautiful views across Shropshire and we want the Tasty Trail to be fun for all, which is why we’re lining up live music along the way.”

The walk will be suitable for all fitness levels and participants will be released at allotted time slots to aid social distancing. The trail is limited to 600 places and participants will need to register in advance. 

Tickets are priced at £29.50 per person, which includes admittance to the walk, a three-course meal along the trail, and a different alcoholic drink at each stop. 

For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.shropshiretastytrails.co.uk

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