The Trust's land extends along both sides of the corridor of the River Severn in the Ironbridge Gorge, as well as large areas of the upper slopes of the Coalbrookdale valley. Many of the holdings are within the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
Some 85% of the Trust's land is woodland, but there are important areas of grassland, heathland, and one particularly significant piece of limestone grassland, legacy of past industrial quarrying. This now provides a rare and distinctive habitat for a wide variety of species.
The Trust manages in all some 270 hectares (670 acres) of land under a 999-year lease.
By following the links on the menu, you can read more about many of the Trust's sites.
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Outdoor Learning Programme continues to be popular
The 2013 Outdoor Learning Programme continues to be very popular. Keep posted for the launch of the 2014 Outdoor Learning Programme in the Autumn!!
Annual Open Evening: May 15th 2013: 6.30pm
Come and meet the amazing Trustees, dedicated staff and enthusiastic volunteers at our Annual Open Evening
Volunteering for SGCT
Do you want to volunteer or receive details of activities and events?
Walking in the Severn Gorge
Severn Gorge Countryside Trust's "Walking in the Severn Gorge" leaflet is available to download here.
Ironbridge Woodland Products
Ironbridge Woodland Products is a project that enables students to appreciate the importance of the trees and woods on their doorstep.