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A wonderful new film uses Shropshire Archives material to capture changes to Shrewsbury riverside through history - narrated by local historian Phil Scoggins
This beautifully colourful joint exhibition from Karen Sillar and Alison Stafford will celebrate the best of nature in printmaking, acrylics and oils.
Our Guide to What's on in Shrewsbury this weekend from July 29th to 31st, 2022 - with exhibitions all over town, live music & outdoor theatre at Attingham Park
A new audio tour of St Alkmund's Church, Shrewsbury allows you to discover its rich history at your own pace - by scanning QR codes as you explore the church
Archaeologists are returning to Nesscliffe Hillfort this summer to look for evidence of occupation on top of the fort - and you're invited to take part.