Telford

Telford is a large town in Shropshire, England. The town was put together in the 1960’s and 1970’s on previously industrial and agricultural land. Today it is one of the fastest growing towns in the UK.  

What to see and do in Telford

  • Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom – a fantastic day out for the whole family. With animals from all over the world including lemurs, wallabies, parrots, crocodiles and wildcats, Hoo Farm really is an animal lover’s paradise. Once you have seen the animals, why not try a bit of sheep racing or pedal go karting? There is also indoor and outdoor play areas – Preston on the Weald Moors, TF6 6DJ

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  • Telford Town Park – this park really does have something for everyone! Attractions include… Play Areas for every age from toddlers all the way up to teenagers, plus an all-inclusive playground with wheelchair accessible equipment. A high ropes course through the woodland. Adventure golf and frisbee golf. And walking and cycling trails –  Hinkshay Road, TF3 4EP
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  • Blists Hill Victorian town – A day out with a difference! This open-air museum transports you back to life in a Shropshire town during the Victorian era, complete with costumed demonstrators! Change old money at the bank, visit the pharmacy and the butcher, eat traditionally made fish and chips and even play Victorian fairground games – Legges Way, TF7 5UD

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  • The Iron Bridge and Tollhouse – Built back in 1779, the world’s first cast-iron bridge is an iconic Shropshire landmark! Now closed to vehicles, you can take a walk across it and see the stunning views over the Severn Gorge. Learn all about the history of the bridge inside the original tollhouse – Ironbridge, TF8 7JP
  • The Wrekin – a hill area made of some of the oldest volcanic rocks in England. If you are a keen walker then this renowned landmark is a must. The summit is 407 metres above sea level and offers spectacular views over Shropshire and beyond. There are different walking routes depending on your energy levels and walking ability – The Wrekin, Telford, TF6 5AH 

Are you looking for family law help and support around Telford? We have found the following firms:

Lanyon Bowdler, Central Square, Telford, Kendal Court, Ironmasters Way, Telford, TF3 4DT

Picasso Legal – Meeting Point House, Southwater Square, Telford Town Centre, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4HS

Martin Kaye – Euston Way, Telford, TF3 4LY

WMB Law, Kingsland House, Stafford Park 1, Telford, TF3 3BD

Can single-parented children really be ok?

We are told that children who are raised by single parents can be as happy as children who live with both. They can do just as well academically and go onto lead a positive adult life. However, this doesn’t just simply happen on it’s own. All children need a positive parental role model. It’s also said that children from single parent homes who have two loving parents, build resilience to deal with different situations in adulthood. With the right support and attitude you can be a happy co-parent!

Experts say that if you spend good quality time with your child, they are less likely to have mental health issues in the future. Show your child that you are interested in your own life and that you grasp opportunities. More importantly prove that you want to be a part of your child’s life and interests.

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Regularly reading to or with your child, going to the park, walking in the woods and observing what’s around you, kicking a ball around the garden or playing their favourite video game. All these things show your child that you are interested in what they like to do. Engage with your child. This can be more tricky with a teenager, so you may really have to find yourself loving the xbox! Read the rest of this article about single-parenting here

Stay positive – you’ve got this!

The most important thing when you are a single parent, is to build a strong positive base. Surround your children with positive role models. Try and engage your child in conversations with friends and family about the jobs they do. Discuss how they help others and how they may be dealing with a tricky situation. What children hear, rubs off on them. Being part of a positive environment leads all of us to sunny thoughts, child or adult.

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Show your child that you work to your full potential and want them to be as happy at your house as they are at their other parent. Even if you think the other parent is a total loser, never say that to your child. Simply explain that you both like to enjoy different things. If your ex doesn’t have a work ethic, explain why you do, rather than putting the other parent down. Explain why you feel your life is more fulfilled working hard to earn money to play hard!

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