Ironbridge Coracle Trust works to advance the culture and heritage of the craft of coracles and coracle making in the Ironbridge Gorge and on the River Severn for the benefit of the public.
The Trust owns the coracle shed on the banks of the Severn at Ironbridge and is working to conserve the hut and dress it as it was when last used by Eustace Rogers in 2003
Volunteer work parties meet monthly to keep the site clear and tidy.
The Trust also runs the annual coracle regatta on August Bank Holiday Monday, with the help of the Ironbridge Lions and many volunteers.
Our current opportunities include
Sunnyside, Church St
Telford TF7 5BL