Shrewsbury News

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Tanners Christmas Wine Tastings With a Difference!

20th July 2009

Tanners Wines, one of only a handful of old-established family-owned wine merchants in the UK, is offering wine tasting tickets with a difference in the run up to Christmas.

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Passionate About Re-Learning Old Skills? Want To Learn To Be Self Sufficient?

15th July 2009

Why Not Spend a Week On a Victorian Farm in Shropshire?

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Brompton Cookery School

7th July 2009

Click online to sample to National Trust's first cookery school

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Two World Heritage Sites for Shropshire

29th June 2009

Shropshire is now the only county in the West Midlands to have two World Heritage Sites following UNESCO granting the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal World Heritage Site status.

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Britain Votes To Put Blists Hill Victorian Town On Google Street View

24th June 2009

The British public has voted Blists Hill Victorian Town, near Ironbridge in Shropshire, onto the shortlist of the UK's top ten tourist treasures to be brought to Google Street View via a new, groundbreaking invention - the Google Trike.

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Educational Visit To The Market Hall Hailed A Success!

9th June 2009

An educational trip to The Shrewsbury Market Hall has been hailed a success following a visit from pupils at Shropshire's Crowmoor Primary School.

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Shrewsbury is put on the map!

14th May 2009

A new town map for visitors to Shrewsbury and local residents alike has just been launched highlighting key places to visit and exciting events taking place throughout the year.

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Home Sweet Home At The Market Hall in Shrewsbury

5th May 2009

Whether it's the traditional liquorice, the re-branded opal fruits or retro classics like shrimps and floral gums, one new tenant at the Market Hall is capitalising on our nostalgic yearnings.

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New Darwin River Walk in Shrewsbury

29th April 2009

Visitors to Shrewsbury are now able to follow a new Darwin River Walk with the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of a young Charles Darwin and discover the areas where as a child he would forage for bugs and creepy crawlies in the River Severn.

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Wrexham, Shropshire and Marylebone Railway Company

29th April 2009

Shropshire's Direct Rail Link to London

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