The British Ironwork Centre is a family company, long dedicated to, and passionate about the preservation and creation of quality metal work, in all it's forms.
This wonderfully diverse resource is the back bone of our business, and one that we as both a family and company have spent generations painstakingly creating, collecting , researching and reproducing.
Among our stunning and varied collection of metal work you will find beautifully decorative items large and small for the home and garden. Some of our collections are faithful reproductions of beautiful ironwork, no longer seen today, whilst many are new improved items for the home, as glamourous and individual as their originals, but with contemporary twists.
As well as this our Centre is home to a splendid collection of magnificent animal sculptures from the majestic Silver Back Gorilla, to an adorable assortment of Farmyard animals. There really is something for everyone.
Our indoor show areas allow you to escape in to a treasure trove of must have trinkets and interior adornments, whilst our outdoor area is abundant with architectural structures and sculptures that must be seen to be believed.
Each of our items has been carefully crafted, sourced and sometimes even redesigned and to be able to share all of this with communities both local and further afield is our greatest privilege, and one which we hope will continue for even more generations to come.
Come & Visit our Brand New Showroom!
Oswestry's Latest Attraction - Forge Falconry
Join us at one of the largest collection of birds of prey in Shropshire, a perfect day out for all the family. Take part in one of our demonstrations, learn about these magnificent creatures in what is fast becoming one of Shropshire's leading tourist attractions.
The British Ironwork Centre have designed a Garden especially for HOPE HOUSE, creator Emma Parry said , it is an inspiring challenge , to create a children’s fun themed garden. All the proceeds from the Garden will be entirely donated to the Hospice.
The garden will be signed and labelled, to clearly announce to all visitors, that this garden is purely charitable. It’s hoped that all visitors to the Centre will appreciate the colourful and vibrant display. The inspiration followed a Hope house visit, challenging the staff at the Centre, to join the Hope House lake Vyrnwy cycle challenge ( This Sunday 11th )
Managing Director Clive Knowles said, it’s a privilege to support the Hospice and we hope to increase our efforts during the course of the Year, with further initiatives to raise much needed funds.
Director of Fundraising, Simi Epstein, was delighted to visit and to accept the Centres kind offer of support, saying The British Ironworks is a truly generous corporate partner, a real asset to the Community.