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Six Sensationally Tasty Stars Land in Ludlow

10th August 2015


Ludlow Food Centre Collects Multiple Awards at Great Taste 2015

Shrewsbury Rated Second Happiest Place to Live in Britain!

6th August 2015


In a recent national survey by the property website company; Rightmove, Shrewsbury was crowned the second happiest place to live in Britain!

Become a Chef for the Day at Fishmore Hall

5th August 2015


Luxury boutique hotel, Fishmore Hall in Shropshire, is giving budding chefs and food fanatics the opportunity to become a chef for the day with their 'Shop and Cook with the Chef' package.

Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week at Fishmore Hall

27th July 2015


Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week taking place on the 10th - 16th August in quintessentially English style at Fishmore Hall, a boutique country house hotel in Ludlow.

New Interior Accessories Showroom in Shropshire

27th July 2015


A unique showroom for traditional one-off interior design accessories is opening near Much Wenlock in Shropshire. The Loft at More Hall in Brockton will host its first open days on September 18th & 19th 2015, 11am - 6pm

MESSING ABOUT ON THE RIVER – IN A CORACLE!

24th July 2015


Ironbridge Coracle Regatta, held between 12 noon and 4pm on Bank Holiday Monday, 31st August attracts coracle makers and paddlers from all over Britain to participate in an array of madcap races.

Major Contemporary Arts Programme come to Ironbridge.

22nd July 2015


The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust and Meadow Arts have secured a grant from Arts Council England to produce ‘Shifting Worlds’, a spectacular programme of contemporary arts events running throughout the summer and winter of 2015. The Programme will explore the impact of the Industrial Revolution and challenge our understanding of its legacy.

Time Travellers’ Ironbridge Quest comes to Coalbrookdale.

22nd July 2015


Part of Shifting Worlds Contemporary Arts Programme The House of Fairy Tales, a national children’s arts charity established by artists Gavin Turk and Deborah Curtis, will be producing a free family festival taking over Enginuity, Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron and the Darby Houses, near Ironbridge on Saturday, 22nd August.

Hop & Stagger Brewery create an Apley Gamekeeper Pale [beer]

22nd July 2015


Husband & wife, Bob & Sam Hayes of the Hop & Stagger Brewery have recently moved into renovated farm buildings on the Apley Estate, very close to Apley Farm Shop where they’re selling their beers, including their newly created Apley label, Apley Gamekeeper Pale.

Ceilidh and summer BBQ at Blists Hill Victorian Town

22nd July 2015


If you are looking for a fun and unusual way to spend a summer evening head to Blists Hill Victorian Town, near Ironbridge for their first Ceilidh with traditional folk music, dance and a summer BBQ on The Green on Saturday, 15th August (6.30pm-10.30pm).

Cosford Food Festival - It's plane delicious!

21st July 2015


Preparations are well underway at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford for the annual Cosford Food Festival which takes place this weekend. Held in the Museum’s spacious grounds, a bustling food market will showcase some of the region’s finest artisan produce, tastiest treats and best cooked dishes.

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre launches its Summer Family Activity Programme

17th July 2015


The award winning Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre has a packed programme of family activities on offer for all the family to enjoy starting with Pirate Adventure this week.

Fine food and flying machines!

17th July 2015


Bringing a different flavour to the summer food festival scene, organisers at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford are busy preparing for the Cosford Food Festival which takes place the weekend of 25-26 July. Held in the Museum's spacious grounds, there will be plenty of military and wartime twists added to the event, meaning there is much more than just great food on offer!

Miniature aircraft, big show - this weekend at Cosford!

14th July 2015


The skies over Shropshire will be filled with hundreds of intricately detailed model aircraft this weekend, as the annual Large Model Aircraft Rally takes place at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford.

Shropshire Chef to appear on Great British Menu

14th July 2015


Jason Hodnett, Head Chef at The Raven Hotel, Much Wenlock, is to represent the Central Region in the 2015 Great British Menu. In the programme, which is back later in the summer, the chefs must plate up perfection, as they fight it out for the chance to cook at a glorious banquet marking 100 years of the Women’s Institute at London's historic Drapers Hall.

Battle of Britain 75th at The Royal Air Force Museum

13th July 2015


The RAF Museum will be marking the 75th Anniversary of ‘Our Finest Hour’ with a number of activities at both our London and Cosford sites. Here’s what’s happening at Cosford:

Missing link between dinosaurs and birds explained at Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery

6th July 2015


Dinosaurs have been enjoyed on the big screen recently, with hit film "Jurassic World" breaking box office records. Now, on Saturday 18 July 2015, Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery is to open a new exhibition "Archaeopteryx - the missing link between dinosaurs and birds", exploring how some of these powerful creatures evolved.

Camp the night before Classic Car Sunday

6th July 2015


For the first time, Lord Hamilton, owner of the Apley Estate near Bridgnorth, Shropshire, has invited Classic Car owners to camp at Apley Farm Shop on Saturday 18 July, the eve of the Third Apley Classic Car Sunday.

Grow your own orchids: demonstration at Severn Valley Country Park

25th June 2015


After a successful visit to Shropshire Council’s Severn Valley Country Park near Alveley earlier in 2015, orchid expert Phil Seaton is returning to lead a hands-on demonstration on 6th July.

GIVE RAF MUSEUM PROJECT ITS CHANCE TO SHINE

25th June 2015


The RAF Museum Cosford is appealing for local votes as it strives for nationwide acclaim on BBC One in this year's National Lottery Awards for its First World War in the Air project.