Looking for shutters in Bridgnorth? Shuttercraft is transforming homes up and down the country, and you’ll be pleased to know that one of our shutter experts here in Bridgnorth.
So, if you’d like to create a stylish new look for your home, simply pick up the phone and call your local Shuttercraft today.
Shuttercraft is known for transforming homes in the Midlands with stylish window shutters, so you can rest assured that we operate throughout the Bridgnorth area too.
When you’re thinking about giving your home a new look, why not consider how Shuttercraft Telford could make light work in your space and breathe new life into your interiors.
Contact us today and book a free appointment to take those first steps to transform your interiors.
We help you choose the right interior window shutters for your space, matching both your design tastes and requirements.
We offer free home appointments, with no pressure to buy, where we’ll show you a range of samples, offer our advice and provide a detailed technical survey.
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Discover plantation shutters in Bridgnorth
Within Bridgnorth town centre there are a number of Georgian-era properties, with stylish original sash windows, but in the surrounding area, there are newer homes with bay windows, special shapes and large patio doors.
At Shuttercraft we don’t try and trick you with fancy sales techniques, instead we let the quality of our products and installations speak for themselves. We have a range of colours, styles, and materials on offer, so you can be assured of finding exactly the right shutter to suit your space and match your taste in interiors.
Plantation shutters are an ideal solution for windows but can also be used for a range of other purposes, such as for bespoke wardrobe doors or room dividers. Adding a layer to the windows when closed, shutters are great for additional insulation, as well as light control and privacy.
Whatever style, size or shape you may be considering for your shutters, at Shuttercraft Telford we’ll make sure that we can match your requirements and design choices.
Bridgnorth is based in the county of Shropshire, with the River Severn running through the centre of town, effectively splitting it into two parts. The High town is on the right bank and includes Bridgnorth’s main high street, and the Lower on the left of the river has more of the town’s centres of industry.
As the name may imply, Bridgnorth was named after the bridge over the River Severn, which was built after a much earlier bridge had been constructed at nearby Quatford. The town’s earliest settlement is thought to have originated from Danes, who created a camp nearby. Æthelfleda, who became “Lady of the Mercians” after her husband King Æthelred died in 911, constructed a defensive mound on the west bank of the River Severn, possibly on the site of Bridgnorth Castle, as part of an offensive to win back the territory from the Danes.
Bridgnorth was one of the main royalist strongholds in the Midlands during the Civil War, and in 1642 many royalist troops were garrisoned there. However, by 1646, parliamentary forces arrived with orders to take Bridgnorth, and after a three-week siege, Cromwell was successful and ordered that the castle be demolished. Only parts of the keep now remain as part of a floral garden in the town centre.
The Bridgnorth Cliff Railway is a funicular which has operated in Bridgnorth for over 100 years, linking the lower and upper parts of the High Town. The bottom entrance is by the River Severn while the top is next to the castle ruins.
In 2005, Nazi papers dating from 1941 were uncovered outlining new details about the planned German invasion of Britain. Two quiet Shropshire towns were mentioned: Ludlow and Bridgnorth. Some experts think Hitler planned to make Bridgnorth his British headquarters, due to its central position in the UK, rural location, rail connections and the now-disused airfield at RAF Bridgnorth, which opened in 1939.