Wenlock Edge Wild Garlic Wood Shropshire, England, where the smell of wild garlic fills the air.

Wenlock Edge is a narrow limestone escarpment that runs for 15 miles from Craven Arms to Ironbridge, the National Trust owns 8 miles of this stretch.

There is a mix of rich flowering grasslands and ancient woodland along with internationally important sites for geology, making the area an important Special Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI). Along Wenlock Edge you’ll see evidence of it’s old industrial and agricultural use, with old quarrys and limestone workings along the way.

Source: National Trust.

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