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Steve Chapman, Stuart Woodings, and Tina Boyle
15 Aug 2017
A window display with a difference has been unveiled to celebrate Shrewsbury’s connection to Charles Darwin and its vibrant retail and events offer. The vacant former McDonalds building on Pride Hill now sports eye-catching window vinyls on a creative evolutionary theme courtesy of Shrewsbury Business Improvement District. The quote from Shrewsbury’s famous son, “I am not apt to follow blindly...
07 Sep 2016
Popular historic tiles used for new customer amenities Shrewsbury shoppers can now enjoy part of the popular historic Wakeman ‘Look Up’ Trail, after some of the famed ceramic tiles went on display at Pride Hill Shopping Centre. The new feature was installed as part of the £85,000 refurbishment of the customer toilet facilities, and offers a chance to see some of the historic Wakeman School and...
05 Sep 2016
Summer of free activities prove a hit with families at Darwin and Pride Hill Families have been flocking to Shrewsbury Shopping’s Darwin and Pride Hill Centres this summer for free days of games and craft-filled fun. The “Snapper Jaxx” kids’ club has been at the centres each week throughout the school holidays, offering everything from sporty fun and dancing with robots through to science...
Benson Bunsen will be entertaining children at the Silly Science kids' club
16 Aug 2016
Snapper Jaxx returns to Pride Hill this week for “Silly Science” There’ll be lab coats and laughter aplenty when the popular Snapper Jaxx Kids’ Club returns to Shrewsbury Shopping’s Pride Hill Centre this week, for a free day of science-themed fun. On Thursday, 18 August, parents and children are being invited to come along to Silly Science at the Snapper Jaxx Lab for an explosive, exciting...
27 Jul 2016
Someone Else to debut tracks from new album with acoustic set Shrewsbury’s finest punk band will be debuting tracks from their third album at a special live acoustic set at a local record store this weekend. ‘Someone Else’ will be appearing at Tubeway Records in Shrewsbury Shopping’s Pride Hill Centre this Saturday, 30 July, to launch their latest album, Power Chord Poetry. The live performance...
31 May 2016
Fashion shows, family fun and give-aways planned for floral fashion extravaganza Shrewsbury shoppers are being given the chance to have a free consultation with a top personal stylist this week, as part of a fantastic ‘Fashion in Bloom’ event. As the town gears up for its summer plantings as part of the ‘Heart of England in Bloom’ competition, flowers will be combined with fashion at the...
18 Mar 2016
Fashion-conscious shoppers in Shrewsbury are hot on the heels of the latest footwear trend – fabulous flats. With national reports of more and more women making the move away from striking stilettos to more manageable moccasins, retailers at Shrewsbury Shopping’s Darwin and Pride Hill centres have reported that sartorially savvy shoppers are also ‘going flat’. “Over the past few months, there...
Shrewsbury Shopping centres has pledged to raise £10,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support in 2016
23 Feb 2016
Shrewsbury Shopping has pledged to raise an amazing £10,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support through its fundraising efforts in 2016. The charity, which helps provide support to those who are affected by cancer, has been chosen to benefit from all fundraising activity at the Darwin, Pride Hill and Riverside Shopping Centres throughout the year. “This is the first time we’ve nominated a charity of the...
30 Aug 2012
A new fashion store aimed at teens to 35s has opened in Shrewsbury’s busy Pride Hill Shopping Centre. Four new jobs have been created at the Designer Room shop, the eighth store in the growing group which already has bases in Manchester, the West Midlands, Yorkshire and Essex. The manager is 24-year-old Holly Turner, from Shawbury, who has moved across the mall from the nearby Raw shop where she...
23 Jul 2012
Anyone coming into Shrewsbury to shop is bound to walk along High Pavement, and Shoemakers Row, although those names have long since disappeared and has been replaced by what is now known as Pride Hill. The name, Pride Hill, was taken from a 15th Century family called The Prides who owned many shops in the area and also owned land known as "Pridesditches" below Coton Hill close to what is now the...
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