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The children’s challenge sets observational puzzles along the trail and includes a ‘peel off medal’.

The Wenlock Olympian Trail starts and ends at Much Wenlock Museum in the Square at the end of the High Street.

The Wenlock Olympian Games, dating from 1850, are a forerunner of the modern Olympic Games.

They are organised by the Wenlock Olympian Society (WOS), and are held each year at venues across Shropshire, England, centred on the little market town of Much Wenlock.

The Jack Mytton Way skirts the town and there are many excellent trails nearby, including the spectacular Wenlock Edge.

The hotel is within easy reach of a huge selection of visitor attractions, including the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Centre with its numerous museums.

One of the two mascots for the 2012 Summer Olympics was named Wenlock in honour of the Wenlock Olympian Games.

On 25 February 1850 the Wenlock Agricultural Reading Society (WARS) resolved to establish a class called The Olympian Class – "for the promotion of the moral, physical and intellectual improvement of the inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of Wenlock and especially of the working classes, by the encouragement of outdoor recreation, and by the award of prizes annually at public meetings for skill in athletic exercise and proficiency in intellectual and industrial attainments".

The first meeting was held at Much Wenlock racecourse on 22–23 October 1850.In the museum a magnificent collection of Wenlock Olympian Society artefacts are on display illustrating the significant role of Much Wenlock in the revival of the Modern Olympic Games.The Trail will take you past some of the sites in the town which are special to the Wenlock Olympian Games and Dr William Penny Brookes.Much Wenlock is a picture postcard town, full of timber-framed buildings and the scent of history in the air.The town owes much to the 7th century Mercian princess, Milburga, who founded an abbey here around 680AD.The beautiful black and white town of Much Wenlock is located in the heart of Shropshire and an ideal base to tour both the historic town and the surrounding countryside.