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Business Holds Recipe to a Healthy 2010

Shropshire’s premier cookery school is celebrating a prosperous start to the New Year, just two months after its official opening.

Date Posted: 19th January 2010


Shropshire Restaurant Voted Best in the UK By Harden’s Guide

Mr Underhill’s in Ludlow has been voted as the Best Restaurant in the UK - outside of London by the influential Harden’s UK Restaurant guide 2010.

Date Posted: 12th January 2010


Borderlines Film Festival ­ New cinema launches in Wem

Arriving in Shropshire and Herefordshire bright and early in 2010, the Borderlines (www.borderlinesfilmfestival.co.uk) will screen more than 80 films in 36 venues in the two counties and beyond into the Marches between Friday 26th February and Sunday 14th March.

Date Posted: 12th January 2010


Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership Signs Up to 10:10 Carbon Campaign

The Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership has pledged to reduce its carbon emissions by 10% during 2010, as apart of a national campaign.

Date Posted: 21st December 2009


We have moved!

Shropshire Tourism's new address and telephone number is:

Shropshire Tourism, Grove House, 8 St Julians Friars, Shrewsbury, SY1 1XL

Tel: 01743 261919

 

 

Date Posted: 16th December 2009


Darwin Treasure Hunt - Enjoy The Fun of Collecting

Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery is inviting families to come and take part in a free treasure hunt around the galleries of Rowley’s House and as part of the 200th anniversary celebrations of the birth of Charles Darwin, all children taking part will receive a prize for successfully completing the puzzle.

Date Posted: 14th December 2009


Shropshire Praised for Role in the Birth of the Modern Olympics

The Shropshire market town of Much Wenlock has been praised by cabinet Minister Tessa Jowell and Olympic Gold medallist Jonathan Edwards for its status as the birthplace of the modern Olympics.

Date Posted: 2nd December 2009


Shropshire’s Captain Matthew Webb Named As Unsung Hero

Captain Matthew Webb, the first person to swim the English Channel without the use of artificial aids, has been ranked as 25th in a list of Britain’s top 50 unsung heroes.

Date Posted: 17th November 2009


Brompton Cookery School Open For Business

A new state-of-the-art cookery school on the National Trust’s Attingham Estate, near Shrewsbury, has opened its doors to cookery enthusiasts from all over the country.

Date Posted: 17th November 2009


A Cargo Of Curiosities

Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery has come up with an innovative shopping experience, linked to the 200th anniversary of the birth of the county town's most famous son.

Date Posted: 16th November 2009



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