Search

News Results

No. of results: 712

Order by:

Results: 641 - 660

Results per page:

The Clive makes it into the hall of fame!

22nd May 2015


Local restaurant with rooms collects accolade from TripAdvisor

The Dorothy Clive Garden is now open every weekend during February and March 2014

4th February 2014


The Dorothy Clive Garden - an independent Charitable Garden Trust - will be opening exclusively on all weekends during February and March 2014 from 10.00am until 4.00pm at the special discounted fundraising price of £3.50 per person. Children between 0-4 are admitted for free and 5-17s are admitted at £2.00.

The Dorothy Clive Garden is to host a Bee Keeping talk on Saturday 1st March 2014 from 11.00 am to 12.30pm

19th February 2014


The Dorothy Clive Garden will be hosting a Bee Keeping talk on Saturday 1st 2014 at 11.00am to 12.30pm in the Garden Pavilion led by gardener and budding bee keeper, Zdenek Valkoun-Walker.

The Dorothy Clive Garden is to host special fundraising event 'Build a Brood a Home'

7th January 2014


The Dorothy Clive Garden will be hosting a special fundraising event for families celebrating ‘feathered friends’ on Sunday 16th February 2014 during National Nest Box Week (14-21 February). The event, ‘#BuildaBroodaHome’ which will take place between 12noon and 4pm, is open to all visitors and families and will also be attended by representatives from the British Trust for Ornithology, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust & the RSPB, who will be providing various talks and activities to encourage bird life in the garden.

The First Air War in 100 Objects

16th November 2012


With the Centenary of the First World War just 18 months away, the Royal Air Force Museum is asking members of the public what objects from its archives they would like to see displayed in a narrative that will explain the role of aviation in this momentous event.

The Great Stiperstones Bioblitz

21st August 2014


The Great Stiperstones Bioblitz takes place this Saturday 23rd August 2014

The Mere to officially unveil the Green Flag this Thursday

29th October 2014


On Thursday 30 October 2014, the Mere at Ellesmere will see the unveiling of the Green Flag to celebrate being awarded the prestigious status.

The PokéStops here!

20th July 2016


The RAF Museum Cosford is overrun with Pokémon Go characters and facilities!

The Shrewsbury Big Curry is Back!

2nd July 2012


Following the huge success of last year’s first ever Shrewsbury Big Curry, the event is back to raise more money for the county’s soldiers.

The Sky's the Limit at Apley Farm Shop

13th May 2014


Helicopter charter company Helitrip has partnered with Apley Farm Shop to provide a range of pleasure flights across Shropshire. The first flights will take place Father’s Day, Sunday 15th June 2014.

The Story of Shropshire Hero Captain Matthew Webb to feature in TV Show

15th December 2015


The story of the first person to successfully swim the English Channel in 1875 is brought to life on the Drama Channel this Christmas.

Thousands of miniature models to be displayed at Cosford

2nd March 2015


After a busy February Half Term week at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, which has seen over 1,000 children take part in a model making activity, families with a new found interest in the hobby can explore it further at the Shropshire Scale Model Show, taking place on Sunday 12 April 2015. Time: 10.00am to 4.00pm. FREE entry.

Three iconic First World War Aircraft arrive at RAF Museum Cosford

21st July 2014


On Tuesday 15 July staff at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford received three iconic First World War aircraft, which will form the centre of a new First World War Exhibition. The Bristol M1c, the Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter and the Sopwith Pup are due to go on display within the Museum's War Planes Hangar in December 2014.

Time to start Christmas Stocking

19th October 2012


The Royal Air Force Museum has recently launched its 2012 Christmas Catalogue. Inside you will find a range of over 100 affordable and intriguing gifts for the aviation buff in your life.

Time to stop and reflect at Dudmaston

5th February 2014


Dudmaston Hall, a local National Trust property, are inviting visitors to take the opportunity to get out in the fresh air and join them as they host their popular snowdrop walks through the Dingle on 15, 16, 22 and 23 February 2014.

Tinsel Tuesdays in Ludlow

12th December 2012


Ludlow promises to pack a punch for shoppers this December with a wholly new Christmas concept coined Tinsel Tuesdays. For every Tuesday in December the town will be offering free parking in all car parks between 2 and 6pm, courtesy of Shropshire Council and a new Christmas Gift Market that promises shoppers something a bit special. As well as a hog roast, music, impromptu panto previews by the crew of Aladdin from the Ludlow Assembly Rooms as well as some carol singing around the Christmas Tree. tish@ludlowchamber.co.uk Posters & flyers about tinsel Tuesday are available from Ludlow VIC.


Top Accolade for Offa's Dyke

5th November 2012


Travel Guide Lonely Planet has named Offa's Dyke as one of the world's ten "greatest wall walks" in their new guide "Best in Travel 2013" published last month.

Top Ludlow Restaurant with Rooms Wins Trio of AA Awards

1st September 2016


The Cliffe at Dinham has recently won a trio of awards from the AA. Located across the river from Ludlow Castle, the property has been awarded the Four Gold Star Restaurant with Rooms, two Rosettes for the Restaurant and a Special Award for Breakfast.

Top line-up announced for Shropshire’s Proms and Prosecco in the Park

3rd May 2018


British soprano Mary-Jess Leaverland – winner of the Chinese ‘X-Factor’ – is to headline Shropshire’s Proms and Prosecco in the Park 2018.

Tourism initiative gains momentum and support

23rd June 2014


A tourism initiative which developed from a challenge issued to local students is gathering huge interest and positive reaction. The British Ironwork Centre, based in Aston, challenged Walford and North Shropshire College Travel and Tourism students to devise plans to address the problems faced by Oswestry in attracting visitors to the town and surrounding areas.