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I go up in the evening, you get good views of the surrounding countryside, across to the Wrekin, goo area to capture stars as quite dark, I park by the village hall and walk up, its not hard, there are benches and the monument is...More
Had a great walk up Lilleshall Hill with the dog you can see right over telford with stunning views on a nice day.
Brilliant little easy going walk with a place to sit relax and admire the view from the top.
If you have driven on the A518 between Stafford and Telford you will have seen the monument on the hill really a small Wrekin.
Worth the walk up particularly at sunrise or sunset, popular with dog walkers and small children seems huge when you are...More
The view is amazing once you get to sit up my the monument. We always have a pack lunch when we get their and if it's an ice sunny day try to watch a little bit of cricket down below!!
One of the frustrations is...More
Having seen the monument from Lilleshall Abbey and following advice from a tripadvisor review we parked in a free car park next to the primary school and walked across the playing field and a fairly steep path to this monument. It looks equally impressive from...More
After visiting Lilleshall Abbey, which I thought very good, we spotted the monument and decided to investigate, it took us a while to find a suitable parking place and found that the primary school car park is probably the closest to the the monument. When...More
The Monument, a 100ft plus tall column built by "grateful tenants" to commemorate the Duke of Sutherland in 1833 lies on Lilleshall Hill and can be seen for miles, especially if you are travelling between Newport and Wellington in Shropshire. It's worth taking a short...More