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Saturday 28 May to Sunday 5 June 2011

Date Posted: 25th May 2011


Sunday 29 & Bank Holiday Monday 30 May 2011

Date Posted: 24th May 2011

Stunning Views, Fascinating Gardens and Home-baked Cakes

Wentnor and Norbury Open Gardens Sunday 29th May and Bank Holiday Monday 30th May, 2pm to 6pm

Date Posted: 23rd May 2011

Take a ‘Slow’ Family Foodie Walk

Have you ever wanted to eat your way round Ludlow taking in the best of local seasonal produce? Now in its third successful year, the Slow Food Ludlow Mini Magnalonga will take place on Sunday 12th June (11.30-12pm start). The event is for all those that want to discover a bit more about Ludlow’s fantastic food and drink offer by doing a walk with food stops with a family quiz on route. This family friendly event is for the young and old, taking in some of Ludlow’s most beautiful views and exciting food venues. At each stop you will be served a course, the route has five stops in total and is no more than three miles.

Date Posted: 23rd May 2011

The Dorothy Clive Garden Extends Hours for Late Spring Opening

The Dorothy Clive Garden will be hosting six late evening openings commencing on Tuesday 24th May 2011.

Date Posted: 20th May 2011

Stunning Views, Fascinating Gardens and Home-Baked Cakes

Wentnor and Norbury Open Gardens,Sunday 29th May and Bank Holiday Monday 30th May, 2pm to 6pm

Date Posted: 19th May 2011

60th Anniversary of Valiant's First Flight

Wednesday 18th May 2011 will mark the 60th Anniversary of the first flight of the Vickers-Armstrongs Valiant. Part of the Royal Air Forces V-Bomber nuclear deterrent during the 1950’s and 1960’s, the Valiant was the first of the V-bombers to make it into the air, when prototype WB210 took to the skies on 18th May 1951.

Date Posted: 18th May 2011

Beatles tribute band opens at SVR ’60s revival spectacular

IT’S BEEN A Hard Day’s Night already for the organisers of Kidderminster’s ground-breaking three-day ‘Sounds of the ‘60s’ pop and nostalgia festival at the Severn Valley Railway – but though it seems they’ve been working Eight Days A Week, it’s all Come Together nicely, no further Help is needed - and they Feel Fine!

Date Posted: 17th May 2011

Welcome to Olympian Shropshire

Shropshire is turning back the clocks to 1864 when Shrewsbury will once again host the Shropshire Olympian Festival on 17th, 18th and 19th June in the Quarry Park with the biggest cultural festival Shropshire has ever seen.

Date Posted: 17th May 2011

Double win for Museum at Apprenticeship Awards

The Michael Beetham Conservation Centre at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford has for the second year in a row, been awarded the West Midlands Regional Winner of the ‘Small Employer of the Year Award’, at The Apprenticeship Awards 2011. It was a double win for the Museum as 2nd year Apprentice, Nathan Pugh was highly commended in the ‘Advanced Apprentice of the Year’ category.

Date Posted: 16th May 2011

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