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Business Open Day at the Wroxeter Hotel

Shropshire hotel is opening its doors on September 9 to welcome visits from businesses at a special Business Open day.

Date Posted: 25th August 2010

Discover Local in the Shropshire Hills – forthcoming events.

A new three year landscape project ‘Discover Local’ has been launched in the Shropshire Hills, funded by LEADER.

Date Posted: 23rd August 2010

Meet Your A Knight In Shining Armour at Stokesay Castle!

If you are feeling a bit blue that the summer is drawing to a close, what better way of seeing the season out with a bang than at Stokesay Castle, where a duo of knights in shining armour are waiting to fight for your honour!

Date Posted: 18th August 2010

Staycationers attracted to Shrewsbury Holiday Home Park

A five star caravan holiday home park set in glorious parkland on the fringe of Shropshire's county town of Shrewsbury is attracting lots of interest from prospective buyers who are planning to holiday in the UK in future.

Date Posted: 16th August 2010

Heritage Open Days across Shropshire

Hidden gems and family favourites across Shropshire will open free as part of Britain’s annual Heritage Open Days, a four day celebration of heritage and architecture this September.

Date Posted: 16th August 2010

In Bloom judges witness unveiling of plaque

Britain in Bloom judges Roger Burnett and Jon Wheatley were among the people watching the unveiling of a plaque commemorating Samuel Owen, by Arne Sundstrom, at Norton in Hales Village Hall recently. This was the culmination of a tour of the village that the Royal Horticultural Society judges had made, examining the village’s floral displays and meeting villagers.

Date Posted: 16th August 2010

Take a shot at the ‘Glorious Twelfth’ at Fishmore Hall

Sharp-shooters will be dusting down their shotguns and heading for the moors as the grouse shooting season gets under way this Thursday.

Date Posted: 13th August 2010

St Bartholomew's Day Celebrations At Blists Hill

St Bartholomew’s Day celebrations are being revived at Blists Hill Victorian Town in the Ironbridge Gorge, Shropshire on Tuesday, 24th August with drama, wizardry and fun family entertainment.

Date Posted: 11th August 2010

Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Rum!

Come along to Blists Hill Victorian Town over the late summer Bank Holiday weekend, dressed as a pirate or your favourite character from Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, Treasure Island.  From Saturday 28th to Monday 30th August, the open-air museum in Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge will be running a special literary themed event with actors recreating scenes from the famous maritime book of mutiny and buried treasure.

Date Posted: 9th August 2010

Detective Weekend at Blists Hill Victorian Town is ‘Elementary my Dear Watson’

Budding amateur sleuths and would-be private detectives will have the chance to help Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson solve a mysterious crime, which has taken place at Blists Hill Victorian Town in the Ironbridge Gorge during the weekend of Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th August. Youngsters will also be able to try their hands at forensic science during the two-day event by taking each other’s finger prints, printing reward posters and matching plaster cast footprints to different shoes.

Date Posted: 5th August 2010