Hoffman Kiln Chimney and Draw Kiln, Llanymynech

Oswestry, Shropshire SY22 6JX

Disused lime production buildings of 1899. The smelt flue chimney (Hoffman chimney) built in red brick in English garden-wall bond is a prominent landmark and part of the Llanymynech Limeworks. The brick kiln has 2 tunnel vaults which are entered through 14 round-headed arches and covered by a massive oval earth covered mound.
Opening Arrangements
All year: dawn to dusk. For use of toilet need to arrange for a key pick up at Llanymynech Village Hall.
Heritage Open Days
Yes
Grant Recipient
Shropshire Council
Access Contact
Mr Mark Blount
Telephone
01743 255096
Fax
01743 255001
Email Addressmark.blount@shropshire.gov.uk
Websitewww.llanymynech.org.uk
Admission Charge
No
Directions
A483 from Welshpool to Oswestry. Llanymynech village lies at the crossroads with the B4398. Rail: Gobowen/Oswestry (9 miles), Shrewsbury (19 miles). Bus: Nos 71 (Four Crosses - Oswestry), D71 (Oswestry - Welshpool) and 445 (Oswestry - Llanfyllin).
Parking Spaces
10
Parking Details
Parking behind Post Office.
Wheelchair Access
Partial
Details of Access for the Disabled
Wheelchair access to Hoffman Kiln and surrounding areas.
Toilets for the Disabled
Yes
Guide Dogs Allowed
Yes

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  • PropertyHoffman Kiln Chimney and Draw Kiln, Llanymynech
  • AddressShropshire SY22 6JX
  • LocationShropshire