The spire of St Mary’s is one of the tallest in England and for over 500 years it has dominated Shrewsbury’s skyline. You will find St. Marys Church on St Mary’s Street, a short walk from Pride Hill and The Parade shopping centre.
At the heart of Shrewsbury, founded about the year 900, stands the church of St Alkmund, next to the Bear Steps.
St Chad’s Church in Shrewsbury has the largest circular nave in the country, where Charles Darwin was baptised in 1809. It’s ideally located on the edge of Shrewsbury town centre and the 29 acre Quarry Park and Dingle.
Shrewsbury Unitarian Church is a Grade II listed building on Shrewsbury High Street, where a young Charles Darwin used to worship with his mother.
Cartoonists & caricaturists let loose in the streets of Shrewsbury with workshops, exhibitions and entertainment...
This brand new conference will see youth and education experts join forces to inspire the next generation. Open to all...
The Regatta is one of the oldest events in the rowing calendar, having first been held in 1871. Races will take place on...
Join us and celebrate Shropshire Kidsfest third year! We turn the Quarry Park into one HUGE play park for your children...
The hugely popular Brick History exhibition has broken visitor figure records at...
This year€™s Shrewsbury International Cartoon Festival offers a whole truckload of...
The first Flicks in the Sticks film is to be shown at Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre...
The largest mechanical puppet ever constructed in Britain, the Man Engine, is coming to...
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