The event will be open to the public from 10am until 4pm Set up for Traders will be from 8:30am This event will take place once a month
Ellesmere Town Hall 1-3 Willow Street, Ellesmere, SY12 0EG, Shropshire, England
The Venue Ellesmere Town Hall was built in the late 60’s, and became part of Ellesmere Town Council in December 1981. The Town Hall is a community hall, that provides use for a large number of local organisations, as well as commercial use and private functions. The building is easily accessible and user friendly for all. The Hall is separated in to one large hall, one small hall, and a committee room. A foyer, kitchen, cloakrooms and bar complete the facilities. All rooms are on one level.
Ellesmere town Hall provides ample off-road free parking to the front and rear, including disabled bays to the front of the building. The Town Hall is a very inclusive venue, as all of our spaces are fully accessible, including a disabled WC. The building is easily accessible and user friendly for all. The Town Hall is separated in to one large hall, one small hall, and a committee room. A foyer, kitchen, cloakrooms and bar complete the facilities.
How to find us How to get here Ellesmere North Shropshire is surrounded by Cheshire, Staffordshire & North Wales. Ellesmere is approximately 3 hours from London, an hour or so from Manchester and only 50 minutes from Birmingham and North Wales. By Car You can get to Ellesmere from the Midlands or the South via the M6 and motorway network then onto the M54. Which turns into the A5 then take the A528. From The North Take the M62 or M6, then join the M56 and head for the A483.
Ellesmere – Historic Town and The Lake District of Shropshire
The Shropshire Lake District, centred on the Town of Ellesmere, attracts many thousands of visitors each year. Its accessible, picturesque meres are set in typically English estate parkland in a gently rolling landscape. The Mere in Ellesmere itself attracts the greatest number of visitors, with its convenient car parking facilities, its assortment of wildlife, boating, garden walks and children’s playground. The other meres, there are nine in all, tend to attract the more dedicated naturalist, yachtsman and fisherman. The meres are characteristic of lowland areas affected by the general sheets of ice of the last glaciation. They are standing areas of water with no natural stream flow in or out, receiving their water supply from the slow drainage of the surrounding soil. Meres, therefore, tend to be rich in nutrients, so encouraging plant life, and are consequently rich in animal life. The very nature of the Shropshire meres makes them unique in Britain and, indeed, a rarity in global terms. There are nine Meres in total, The Mere, Blakemere, Colemere, Whitemere, Kettlemere, Newton Mere, Crosemere and Sweat Mere and finally Hanmer Mere. The most accessible of the meres is The Mere, Blakemere, Colemere and Whitemere, all have been affected by surrounding parkland with dense, wooded shorelines.
Car Parking in Ellesmere
The following Car Parking can be found in and around Ellesmere Ellesmere Cross Street Cross Street, Ellesmere, Shropshire, SY12 0AW Pay and Display Monday thru Saturday 8:00 to 18:00 Sunday Free.
Ellesmere Spar Bridge Talbot Street, Ellesmere, Shropshire, SY12 0HQ Pay and Display Monday thru Saturday 8:00 to 18:00 Sunday Free. Ellesmere Talbot Street Talbot Street, Ellesmere, Shropshire, SY12 0HQ Pay and Display Monday thru Saturday 8:00 to 18:00 Sunday Free. Around the Mere There are multiple pay and display car parks at the Mere offering plenty of parking. There is short stay parking (maximum of two hours) available on the promenade roadside. Along with all day parking onsite at The Moors and Castlefields car parks, only a short walk away from the visitor centre. See the map above for their locations.