The military and civic processions will leave the Castle at 9am following the route of Castle Gates, Castle Street, Pride Hill, Mardol Head, Shoplatch, St John’s Hill, Murivance and St Chad’s Terrace into St Chad’s Church. Roads will be closed from 9am through to 9.45 am.
There will then be a wreath laying ceremony at the War Memorial in The Quarry at 11am followed by a march past the saluting base on St Chad’s Terrace. Town Walls and Murivance will be closed from 10.35am through to approximately 11.45am.
Sheela Udeshi from Sheela Kitchen will be sharing her tips and Fusion Food cooking skills with you to celebrate National...
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...
Offering visitors the exciting chance to get a closer look inside 100 cockpits and vehicles from our...
Join the residents of Blists Hill Victorian Town in Shropshire€™s Ironbridge Gorge as they...
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...
This is the official tourism and visitor website for Shrewsbury provided by Shropshire Tourism, the official destination marketing organisation for Shropshire - read more