Boathouse at Dudmaston near Bridgnorth
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Boathouse at Dudmaston near Bridgnorth

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The boat house sits on the edge of a lake known as the Big Pool at Dudmaston, not far from Bridgnorth and looked after by the National Trust. Paths run around either side of the lake, as well as up a wooded valley known as the Dingle, which is a popular 'bluebell' walk earlier in the year.

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