Map of Telford And Wrekin
This very accurate map of Telford and Wrekin helps you navigate within the province and its surroundings and find the most attractive tourist destinations. Due to its high level of detail and its accuracy in illustrating the major cities, their surroundings and the connections between this province and other parts of England, this map of Telford and Wrekin is a perfect companion because it can help you easily find the city where you made hotel reservations and the location of the main airports. Once you have checked into your hotel, take your personal car or hire a car and begin touring the province guided by the printed version of this map of Telford and Wrekin.
This is a map of the unitary district, Telford and Wrekin. This map aims to show you the roads and landmarks of Telford and Wrekin as well as providing you with a general understanding of the district.
Telford and Wrekin is a unitary district with a borough status located in the West Midlands in England. Telford and Wrekin has a population of just over 160 Thousand, all of which reside within its 290 Square KM area. Telford and Wrekin itself is within the boundaries of Shropshire, although it is regarded as a separate authority.
In 1974, The district was created but was known as The Wrekin, it then became a non-metropolitan district of Shropshire. It wasn’t until 1998 that the district became a unitary authority and donned the name Telford and Wrekin. It still continues as a part of the Shropshire ceremonial county. Sharing various institutions such as the Fire and Rescue Service with the rest of Shropshire.
Telford is the borough’s major settlement, it is a new town and was designated as such in the 1960. It incorporated existing towns, Dawley, Madely, Oakengates and Wellington. Newport is the next largest population centre and is a market town to the north of Telford.
In 2000, Telford and Wrekin applied for City status, although it turned out unsuccessful, in 2002 they were granted the status of Borough. The borough shares some of its border with Staffordshire but is generally surrounded by Shropshire, a non-metropolitan county. Shropshire’s unitary authority is Shropshire council.