• Coracle History at the heart of the Gorge

    Discover the origins of the Ironbridge Coracles

  • The fascinating Coracle stories exhibition

    A Wonderful piece of Ironbridge history

  • Have a Hands On go in a coracle

    Fancy having or go? Or how about building one!

  • The Ironbridge Coracle Regatta

    Coming soon!  The Ironbridge Coracle Regatta will be  on Monday 28th August 2023 11.00am – 4.00pm at Dale End Park / Ironbridge Rowing Club. 

The Ironbridge Coracle Trail

Find Us

The Ironbridge Coracle Trust has 3 places to visit in Ironbridge.

The Old Coracle Shed
The New Coracle Shed
The Coracle Man Sculpture

They are all Free!

Click the icons to explore the fascinating Coracle places and stories to hear in Ironbridge

What are Ironbridge Coracles?

Ironbridge Coracles are bowl shaped craft made from wood and covered with a waterproofed membrane. Traditionally used for transport, fishing …. and poaching!
They have been a central part of Ironbridge life for centuries.

Discover the world of Coracles and Coracle making from the world famous Ironbridge Gorge

  • Eusty Rogers

  • The New Coracle Shed

  • The Old Shed Interior

  • The Old Shed Today

  • Eustace Rogers (1970)

Postcode Local Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. We have received £15,000 from the Trust to help restore the slipway at the Old Coracle Shed, reconnecting the Shed to the River for the first time in over 70 years


Ironbridge Coracle Trust
The New Coracle Shed
Green Wood Centre
Station Road


  • MON - FRI
    9.00 am - 5.00 pm
  • SAT
    9.00 am - 5.00 pm
  • SUN
    9.00 am - 5.00 pm



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