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  • Staying in Telford University accommodation is a convenient and affordable way to visit Telford and the famous Ironbridge and historic Shewsbury. 
  • Centrally-located bed and breakfast (B&B) rooms are a cost effective alternative to staying in a hostel or cheap hotel in Telford.

 

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Telford UniversityRooms reviews

3.9 / 5.0

Based on 85 reviews
Service 3.9
Rooms 3.7
Food 0.9
Value 4.1
Overall Experience 3.8

Staff were brilliant and couldn't do enough for you. Room was better than I expected. Will rebook in the future and definitely recommend university rooms in the future.
Mr Mark T

I had an amazing stayed for that price. The only thing was that I got lost on my way and the phone number was out of service (Please make sure you send the right phone number)
Ms Riham M

I really enjoyed my stay at the Telford Campus, the room was fantastic, the staff were warm and friendly, I would definitely recommend it to anyone.
Mr Michael T

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Telford Visitor information

Telford/

Telford's is one of the UK's fastest growing and most successful new towns. Surrounded by modern buildings with one of the best shopping centres opens 7 days a week and parking for 4000 cars. 

Telford is geared for children - the 450 acre Telford Town Park includes Wonderland where nursery rhymes and fairy stories come to life. There's Telford Ski Centre and nearby is Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom - sheep steeplechase, a maze and tractor grand prix. The Telford Steam Railway has steam and diesel rides and a model railway.

Telford has many leisure facilities including an ice rink too and a ten-screen cinema, just a few minutes walk from the shopping malls. 

The Telford International Centre is the 6th largest exhibition centre in the UK and the nearby Racquet Centre hosts many prestigious sporting events.

Getting to Telford

Telford is a large new town in the borough of Telford and Wrekin and ceremonial county of Shropshire, England, about 13 miles east of Shrewsbury, and 30 miles west of Birmingham

By road: The M54 links Shropshire to the M6, where the toll road bypasses Birmingham. Other major roads serving the county include the A49, A41 and A5.

By train: You can get a direct train into Telford Central from Birmingham (30 to 35 minutes), Wolverhampton (15 to 25 minutes) and stations on the Shrewsbury line. From there, you can catch the free campus shuttle bus or pick up a taxi to the campus (or even walk in about 15 minutes).

By bus: National Express runs coaches into many of the towns in Shropshire and a comprehensive network of local buses can get you from A to B. There is no direct bus service to the Telford Innovation Campus.

By air: Two of the UK’s biggest airports, Birmingham and Manchester, are within easy reach of the county. Between them they are served by around 100 different national and international airlines.

 

History 

Telford History

Telford/

Named after the civil engineer Thomas Telford. The town was put together in the 1960s and 1970s as a new town on previously industrial and agricultural land and smaller towns. Like other planned towns of the era, Telford was created from the merger of other, smaller settlements, most notably the towns of Wellington, Oakengates, Madeley and Dawley.

Telford Shopping Centre, a modern shopping mall, was constructed at the new town's geographical centre, along with an extensive Town Park. The M54 motorway was completed in 1983, connecting the town with the West Midlands conurbation.

Telford now includes Ironbridge Gorge, a scenic tourist destination and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town advertises itself as "The Birthplace of Industry", due to its proximity to Coalbrookdale and other places in the Ironbridge Gorge area, which are internationally recognised as being important to the Industrial Revolution, and being to a large extent constructed on the Shropshire Coalfield. The River Severn flows along its southernmost boundary.

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