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Shrewsbury Calendar 2016 launches
02 Oct 2015
PROUD SALOPIAN UNVEILS SECOND SHREWSBURY CALENDAR FOR HOMETOWN:   A local photographer with a passion for his hometown of Shrewsbury, is pleased to announce the launch of a second Shrewsbury calendar. Adam Telford, of APT Photography unveils the second calendar for 2016, following the success of the 2015 edition.   As a photographer, Adam is committed to showcasing the wonderful town of...
21 Jun 2015
Three years ago today the Love Shrewsbury website was revealed after months of hard work and development. The aim was simple, to portray all the towns positive offerings, from community stories, business success, local events to towns people who wanted a voice. Love Shrewsbury's development was an interesting process, the county has well established media outlets and we wanted something bold and...
Bright Owls language school - Easter workshops
12 Mar 2015
Bright Owls language school in the heart of Shrewsbury, have two exciting Easter holiday workshops to choose from. In a change from the usual week long workshops - this year, Bright Owls tutors are pleased to present a choice of two day sessions - with both French and Spanish on offer. Through fun and engaging activities, children aged 5 to 11 years will build their vocabulary and learn their...
Bright Owls language school in Shrewsbury town centre
06 Mar 2015
Shrewsbury-based language school, Bright Owls, have launched their annual search for caring host families who can provide accommodation for visiting students this July.    Offering a unique cultural and linguistic experience for all involved, previous host families have enjoyed the chance to engage with the students, who are mostly from Spain.    Host families should be able to provide a bed,...
17 Feb 2015
Over the past year we’ve been repositioning the Love Shrewsbury website to become a content platform rather than just a blog. We’ve had a lot of success in this area forming partnerships with other local blogs and news site. Our platform is powering mobile phone apps such as InfoBeetle, providing news, offers & events data to their iPhone/Android applications and the Original Shrewsbury...
Half-term language workshops for children
06 Feb 2015
Shrewsbury based language school, Bright Owls, is preparing for the next school holiday - and there are exciting and engaging language workshops planned for children aged 5-11! Offering a week of activities, young participants will have fun whilst building their vocabulary in either French or Spanish - learning through songs, games and other fully interactive activities. On the final day of the...
19 Jan 2015
Switchweb, a website hosting company which is based in Shropshire - offers professional, reliable and affordable website hosting solutions - which are perfect for companies of any size, across the UK. To kickstart the new year, Switchweb are offering superb value hosting packages - which start at just £19 a year! The hosting is a fantastic option for any businesses who are launching in 2015 and...
26 Dec 2014
It's that time of year again when we look back at our most popular articles over the past 12 months, we've reached over 100,000 people making this a record year for us! Here are the top 10 articles of 2014 by number of hits. 10. Pedestrian paradise on Wyle Cop Road works turned Wyle Cop into a pedestrian zone for a couple of weeks over the summer - it certainly caught our readers interest! 9....
Adorn tattoo and piercing studio in Shrewsbury
12 Nov 2014
Staff at a Shrewsbury tattoo and body piercing studio are busy raising funds right now for a hospital and health centre in Tanzania.   The team at the Adorn Studio of Grope Lane in the heart of the town, were inspired to launch their own fund-raising initiative, after one of them visited the Mafiga Health Centre in Tanzania and noticed the lack of hygienic yet inexpensive items such as medical...
Shropshire author celebrating bookshop news
05 Nov 2014
A Shrewsbury author is celebrating after receiving news last week, that his second novel is to be stocked at Bookshrop bookshop in Whitchurch. Neil Rathmell describes the novel, Vive le Mole! as a grown-up sequel to the traditional childhood classic The Wind in the Willows. The story is one of love and intrigue - set in the south of France. Vive le Mole! follows on from Neil’s previous release, ...
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