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Rare Chance To Step Inside Historic Aircraft

14th May 2011 - 6.00pm - 8.30pm - £10.00 per person

Date Posted: 7th April 2011


Festival draws top cartoonists to Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury International Cartoon Festival is gearing up for its annual long weekend of humour and art from Thursday 14 April 2011–Sunday 17 April 2011.

Date Posted: 6th April 2011


All Aboard!

Visiting the Shropshire Hills for walking, sightseeing, pub lunches and picnics will get easier from 16th April as the Long Mynd and Stiperstones Shuttles get up and running again.

Date Posted: 6th April 2011


Battlefield Falconry Centre Open Day

25th April 2011

Date Posted: 5th April 2011


Dorothy Clive hosts life size Rhinoceros

The Dorothy Clive Garden is currently caring for a 60 kilo, 6 feet wide multi-coloured Rhinoceros called Blossom. The sculpture, which was sponsored by Cheshire Gardens of Distinction, was produced in 2010 as part of the Rhino Mania campaign to celebrate Cheshire’s cultural identity and its status as a must-see visitor destination.

Date Posted: 4th April 2011


Paint the Church Fundraising Fete

A county hotel has offered its grounds to host a “paint the church” fundraising fete in aid of a small Shropshire village.

Date Posted: 29th March 2011


Complimentary Mothers Day Flowers at the Dorothy Clive Garden

Dorothy Clive Garden will be giving a complimentary posy of flowers to each Mother this Mother’s Day - Sunday 3rd April 2011. The garden tea room will also be open serving a Mother’s Day cream tea special including a freshly baked raisin scone with fruit preserve and Cornish clotted cream plus a cup of tea or coffee.

Date Posted: 29th March 2011


The White Rabbit Easter Treasure Hunt at Wonderland Telford Town Park

Starting Good Friday 22nd April, Saturday 23rd April, Sunday 24th April and Bank Holiday Monday 25th April.

Date Posted: 25th March 2011


Shropshire Council’s ‘National Treasure’ gains more airtime in 2011

Described recently as “a national treasure in the heart of Shropshire”, Acton Scott Historic Working Farm (ASHWF) has built up quite a portfolio of TV appearances over the past couple of years.

Date Posted: 24th March 2011


Shropshire in the spotlight at Borderlines Film Festival

Oswestry-born lead singer Ian Hunter makes an appearance in the film, The Ballad of Mott the Hoople, that kicks off Borderlines Film Festival (Friday 25 March to Sunday 10 April)

Date Posted: 24th March 2011