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New Ironbridge Stamp Unveiled

Ironbridge in Shropshire has been included in a new range of first class stamps unveiled by Royal Mail that shows off some of Britain's most famous landmarks.

Date Posted: 11th October 2011


Celebrate Autumn, and the school half term, at the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, in Craven Arms, is celebrating the onset of Autumn with a mix of hands-on activities and some seasonal walks for all during the upcoming school half term.

Date Posted: 7th October 2011


The Kitchens at Horsley to exhibit at Dorothy Clive Garden FARMERS MARKET

The Dorothy Clive Garden will host a Farmers’ Market on Sunday 9th October from 10.00am to 2.00pm as part of the Autumn Colour Open Weekends during October.

Date Posted: 7th October 2011


Ludlow Food Centre Wins Three British Cheese Awards

A Shropshire cheese producer has won three British Cheese Awards. The Ludlow Food Centre in Bromfield picked up a gold, silver and bronze at an awards ceremony in Cardiff last Friday.

Date Posted: 6th October 2011


New Apprentices Join Award Winning Conservation Centre Team

The Michael Beetham Conservation Centre (MBCC) at Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is delighted to welcome the arrival of two new apprentices, who will join the growing conservation team and award winning Apprenticeship Programme.

Date Posted: 6th October 2011


‘Tis the season to be jolly….!

Hadley Park House Hotel in Shropshire has unpacked the festive bunting and mistletoe in preparation for yet another busy Festive Season.

Date Posted: 6th October 2011


Dorothy Clive Garden to host Farmers Market on Sunday 9th October

The Dorothy Clive Garden will host a Farmers’ Market on Sunday 9th October from 10.00am to 2.00pm as part of the Autumn Colour Open Weekends during October. There will be over twenty farmers, growers and producers from the local area selling their produce that has been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by each stallholder.

Date Posted: 5th October 2011


Nearly 200 classic cars line-up for SVR’s big transport event

THE CARS which stopped the Earls Court Motor Show in their hey-day - almost 200 of them – will take the Severn Valley Railway by siege this Sunday, October 9th, as the Kidderminster - Bridgnorth steam heritage line puts on its big transport event of the year - Classic Car & Bike Day.

Date Posted: 5th October 2011


Tanners Wines Wins National Award

Tanners Wines, which has its head office in Shrewsbury, has just been awarded Decanter Magazine's UK Regional Wine Merchant of the Year at the Royal Opera House in London.

Date Posted: 4th October 2011


Severn Valley Railway goes for ‘100% diesel’ experiment

THE SEVERN Valley Railway will take one of the biggest public relations gambles in its 40-year history later this week, when for three days it will run an intensive train service - without a single steam locomotive in sight.

Date Posted: 4th October 2011