Set within the rural county of Shropshire and close to the historic village of Hadley the development will also have convenient access to the M54 and M6 providing excellent commuter links.
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Telford town centre is easily reached from Oakford Grange via the B4373, and the A442 Queensway, the main north-south route to Bridgnorth is also close by. Junction 5 of the M54 is only a few miles away, linking Telford to the M6 and the West Midlands to the east and to the A5 and Shrewsbury to the west. Three railway stations serve the town, the nearest being Oakengates, about a mile away, while Telford Central is 3.2 miles. For air travel Birmingham airport is approximately 45 miles
A trip to the shops
There's a range of local shops to meet your daily needs in Hadley with a supermarket, a pharmacy and a few miles away the Wrekin Retail Park has a selection of superstores. With just a ten minute trip into town you'll find more than 160 stores at the Telford Shopping Centre, including House of Fraser, Debenhams and M&S. There's also a monthly farmers' market held there. Shrewsbury, just 16 miles, has famous brands at its three Shopping Centres at Darwin, Pride Hill and Riverside, while The Parade has more than 30 independent shops. Bridgnorth, also 16 miles, offers a great variety of local shops in a scenic setting and many Shropshire towns boast regular markets.
Taking time out
Telford caters for most leisure, sport and entertainment needs with the Oakengates Leisure Centre, Telford Ice Rink, golf courses and a Ski Centre. There's also a ten-screen cinema in the town centre and a great choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The 450 acre Telford Town Park includes a Wonderland section for children, who'll also love nearby Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom. The Telford Steam Railway offers steam and diesel rides, while Ironbridge Gorge Museums are a World Heritage Site. The River Severn, Britain's longest river flows through the Shropshire countryside if you like to spend time by the water and for those who like to walk, the Wrekin or Long Mynd hills offer an outdoor challenge!
Telford has a great range of schools with Wombridge Primary, St George's Church of England Primary and St Patrick's RC Primary all north of the town centre. The Thomas Telford School is one of most successful state secondary schools in England and there's the Wrockwardine Wood Arts Academy, Hadley Learning Community Secondary, New College and the independent Wrekin College. Telford College of Arts and Technology offers vocational and degree courses and The University of Wolverhampton also has a Telford campus.
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