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Explore Discover & Enjoy Shrewsbury with Curious About Shrewsbury
27 Feb 2019
Have fun discovering Shrewsbury with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy in booklet or instant download format from https://www.curiousabout.co.uk/shrewsbury.html. Are you curious about Shrewsbury? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme...
10 Jul 2018
Staff from a Shropshire building contractor are unleashing their inner animal in order to raise thousands of pounds for the West Midlands Air Ambulance. Flamingos, tigers, and a chicken will be among the outfits donned by workers from Pave Aways when they take part in a Shropshire Safari for the firm’s annual charity challenge from July 27 to 29. The 12-strong team will complete a combined 84-...
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15 Nov 2016
VOLUNTEERS at a canine charity have taken an unusual approach to rehoming by taking dogs looking for homes out to find potential adopters. Fifteen volunteers from Finding Furever Homes, which uses kennels in Condover, Shropshire, took a number of dogs for a walk through Quarry Park in Shrewsbury on Sunday 6 November in the hope that the animals would have a good time and might even bump into a...
29 Mar 2016
ANIMAL LOVERS will be making round trips of up to 600 miles and paying for doggy day care for their own pets to help a dog rescue and re-homing charity get every dog out of their Shropshire kennels – even if it is just for one day. Finding Furever Homes, who sponsor the kennels near Condover, Shropshire, are holding their first ever ‘Give A Dog A Day Out’ (GADADO) event this on Sunday 10 April...
Students from Thomas Adams School in Wem have climbed seven hills in under 11 hours
23 Jun 2015
A group of almost 30 students from Shropshire have climbed seven hills across the county in ten and a half hours for charity. The pupils and staff from Thomas Adams School in Lowe Hill Road, Wem, conquered Hawkstone Park, Grinshill, Haughmond Hill, Clee Hill, The Lawley, Caer Caradoc and Corndon Hill. They had hoped to complete the feat within ten hours but travelling over 100 miles by road to...
18 Mar 2015
A historic hotel in Shropshire has launched a campaign to get people enjoying the great outdoors and great food of the county. As part of English Tourism Week, which runs until Sunday (March 22, from March 14), bosses at the Buckatree Hall Hotel at the foot of the Wrekin have begun a Twitter hashtag asking #whythatwalk. They want county residents and visitors to reminisce about their traditional...
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