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Shrewsbury's Carols in the Square

Shrewsbury Town Council will be joining up with Shropshire Council to host this year’s Carols in the Square.

Date Posted: 16th November 2010


Winter Wonderland in Telford Town Park

20th November to 23rd December 2010

Date Posted: 15th November 2010


Ludlow Food Centre raise funds for Children in Need

A local food producer and retailer has been busily making products to support Children in Need.

Date Posted: 15th November 2010


A Cookery Demonstration by Brompton Cookery School & Food Fayre at Adcote School

18th November 2010 - 6.30pm until 10pm

Date Posted: 10th November 2010


Christmas Lunch at The Dorothy Clive Garden

The Dorothy Clive Garden will be opening to the public for two weekends in December and serving a four course traditional Christmas Lunch.

Date Posted: 5th November 2010


Ludlow Castle Open Day

Ludlow Castle will be hosting an OPEN DAY on Wednesday 18 May 2011.

Date Posted: 2nd November 2010


Museum Launches Conservation Blog

The Royal Air Force Museum has today launched a conservation blog, enabling members of the public, aviation enthusiasts and conservators to learn more about the various projects that the Museum’s Sir Michael Beetham Conservation Centre is currently undertaking to preserve our nation’s aviation heritage.

Date Posted: 2nd November 2010


Museum to Remember Fallen Comrades

Sunday 14th November 2010, service to commence at 10.30am.

Date Posted: 2nd November 2010


Full Steam Ahead for Caravan Park's December Bookings

Caravanners keen to take part in the Christmas festivities on the Severn Valley Railway and in Bridgnorth are booking their places early at a five star touring caravan park in East Shropshire.

Date Posted: 2nd November 2010


Merrie England comes alive at the Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre

From castles and kings to jesters and minstrels, damsels in distress and knights in shining armour, Merrie England conjures up romantic visions of our nation’s history. And there’s no better place to see it come to life again than at the 11th Ludlow Christmas Fayre, held in and around the grounds of Britain’s finest ruined medieval castle.

Date Posted: 29th October 2010