After a two-year wait, the Shrewsbury Food Festival returns home to the Quarry on September 4 and 5. The event will host 200 food, drink, and craft exhibitors.
Manuscript Lecture: ‘Words to be Seen, Images to be Read’ by Professor Michelle Brown, September 18, as part of the Shropshire Scribes Calligraphy Exhibition.
New excavations at Nesscliffe Iron Age hillfort have revealed evidence of two rare guardrooms, making a formidable entranceway to the fort.
Vaccinator Sally Tonge collected funny stories during the pandemic from her booth - now the subject of an hilarious new play by Chris Eldon Lee
Each week, we’ll help you get the best out of weekends in Shropshire, by suggesting fun-filled new ways to spend the weekend, without breaking the bank!