frankwell

21 May 2019
A prominently located shop in Shrewsbury’s Frankwell area, has re-opened over three floors under the ‘Welsh Bridge Books & Collectables’ banner as an Aladdin’s cave of books, antiques and other collectables.  Legal support was provided by Charlotte Nutting, an Associate in FBC Manby Bowdler’s Shrewsbury-based Commercial Property team. The period building at 127 Frankwell, had previously been...
09 May 2019
The architect behind a scheme to breathe new life into a landmark Shrewsbury building has welcomed the decision to give the scheme the go-ahead following a lengthy planning process. Gallery Design and Developments has been given approval to convert The Stew in Frankwell into a mixed-use development that will include a ground floor spa, coffee shop, office space and garages, with seven residential...
19 Apr 2018
A Shropshire-wide writing project which starts with a workshop next month has landed an added attraction.  Would-be writers who come to the free Saturday morning workshop in Shrewsbury will be treated to a special one-off performance of a one-woman play that's already been an Edinburgh Fringe success. The occasion on May 12 will kick-start a year-long project to produce an anthology of Shropshire...
15 Nov 2017
A new plan to preserve and develop a Shrewsbury building has been revealed. Gallery Design and Developments has submitted proposals to breathe new life into The Stew in Frankwell with a ground floor spa, coffee shop, office space and garages, with seven residential apartments on the upper floors. The proposed refurbishment would retain an estimated 75 per cent of the existing fabric of the...
22 Dec 2015
After 182 years, St George's Church in Frankwell, Shrewsbury, has commissioned a new font for baptisms.   The old stone font was disintegrating and was no longer safe to use and instead of replacing it with another stone or 'off the peg' font, the church took the brave step of having a new, hand-crafted, bespoke font designed. The new font, created by master-craftsmen Jamie Hubbard and Martin...
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