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01 Jun 2022
Shropshire’s brand-new fitness and Wellbeing event, the Wellbeing Festival is fast approaching and has been incredibly well accepted. With many people excited to attend and get involved. The Wellbeing Festival will be coming to Shrewsbury Quarry on the 11th & 12th June to inspire audiences with local and nationally acclaimed specialists talking, demonstrating, and engaging in the field of...
13 May 2022
Organisers of Shrewsbury Krazy Races have today announced an exclusive park & ride service to ferry spectators to and from The Quarry when the event takes place later this month. The partnership with Minsterley Motors means visitors can be transported directly to the West Midlands biggest free to attend Soap-box event from the Oxon or Meole Brace car parks every 15 minutes throughout the day...
From left to right, Shrewsbury Cake Trail organisers, UCS students Billie Taylor, Lucy Bance and Beth Jones.
06 Feb 2022
Students from University Centre Shrewsbury are organising a charity cake trail taking people on a whistle-stop tour of the town’s best bakeries and cafes this March. Everyone taking part can sample a cake at each stop on the trail, taking place in aid of Lingen Davies Cancer Fund on Saturday, March 12. They will also have the chance to score each of the cakes they try, to determine the People’s...
13 Apr 2021
Al fresco dining is finally back on the cards and friends and families can once again enjoy a meal together somewhere other than at the dining room table at home.  Local hotel in Shropshire, Telford Hotel & Golf Resort, is ready to welcome dining guests back with open arms, spectacular outdoor dining scenery, as well as delicious menus and drinks offers. Set in 170 acres of stunning grounds,...
Jamie Edwards, CEO of Shrewsbury Town in the Community
07 Jan 2020
On the 21st January Shrewsbury Town in the Community are launching ‘Challenge Yourself 2020!’ The evening event will be a chance for the charity to unveil all the challenges they have lined up for the year ahead, which will help raise funds for their local initiatives and projects in the Shropshire area. It will be the first opportunity for people to sign up to take part in their events, which...
The Mercia Ensemble
24 Jul 2019
On Sunday 11th August between 3pm and 7pm, Iscoyd Park, the private country house wedding and events venue, will be hosting an Afternoon Tea with The Mercia Ensemble, a celebrated chamber music group. Tickets for the event are £42, which includes a glass of Champagne on arrival, and decadent afternoon tea. The highly anticipated event takes place in the historical venue of Iscoyd Park with guests...
Photo taken by David Woodfield of Ludlow 10 race
19 Jul 2019
BeEndurance held a successful 10km race through the streets of Ludlow last weekend, with almost 400 competitors taking part. The roads were closed for Ludlow 10, which was sponsored by Brecon Carreg. There was a special award for the ‘Most improved and utterly inspiring local athlete’ won by David Davies, and the ‘Fastest local male athlete’ award went to Jamie Lambie, with a time of 37.5 minutes...
Philip Robinson Financial champagne prize winner
25 May 2019
The old cellars at Tanners Wine Merchants on Wyle Cop in Shrewsbury were the impressive venue and backdrop to the first Taste Good Fortune event to take place in Shropshire recently. Local man, Philip Robinson, hosted the fun evening which began with a welcome glass of Spanish Cava (to celebrate another anniversary of his Financial Planning advice business) and a brief introduction to the guest...
09 May 2019
The undead have risen and have been spotted at Hawkstone Park Follies near Shrewsbury as well as appearing recently on BBC Shropshire Radio. Thankfully we are not on the verge of a zombie apocalypse, just a few practice zombies getting ready for the Annual West Midlands Horror Zombie Escape Race on the 18th May. With more jumps and scares than ever before, participants will have to survive the...
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09 Nov 2018
Take a step back in time and a giant stride into the future to learn more about Shrewsbury’s Quarry on Sunday 18 November 2018 as part of a UK-wide festival of humanities. Co-organised by Dr Liz Oakley-Brown (Senior Lecturer in English Literature) and Dr Anna Mackenzie (Deputy Head of Events) of Lancaster University, with independent Shrewsbury researcher Advolly Richmond and artist Jamila Walker...
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