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Fun Run success at Dudmaston

3rd October 2013


Dudmaston Estate were thrilled to see so many runners turn out for the October 2013 fun runs which saw runners take both a 5k and 10k route through the stunning scenery of the woodlands and pools.

David Dunn wins the 'Joules Brewery 2nd Annual Chilli Eating Contest' at the Dorothy Clive Garden 2nd Annual Chilli Festival 2013

3rd October 2013


David Dunn, from Hough near Crewe, won first prize in the ‘Joules Brewery 2nd Annual Chilli Eating Contest’ at the Dorothy Clive Garden 2nd Annual Chilli Festival on Sunday 29th September 2013.

Dorothy Clive Garden to host 2nd Annual Chilli Festival

24th September 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden is to host a 2nd Annual Chilli Festival - including a Chilli Eating Contest - on Sunday 29th September 2013 from 11am to 5pm as a special fundraising event for the garden.

It's all gone apple-shaped at Dudmaston

24th September 2013


It’s harvest time and the National Trust’s Dudmaston Estate will be celebrating their bumper apple harvest this Sunday 27th September 2013 with their annual Orchard Day event.

OYSTER CAKE? SWEETCORN SPONGE? SAUSAGE ICING? IT CAN ONLY MEAN ONE THING - IT'S BRITISH FOOD FORTNIGHT

19th September 2013


Earlier today, commuters at St Pancras station were treated to a slice of edible England as the national tourist board unveiled a giant cake representing the country’s huge array of food festivals (including Ludlow in Shropshire!) to mark British Food Fortnight (21 September - 6 October).

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at SVR

17th September 2013


Celebrate the festive season with a visit to Father Christmas, take part in traditional carol singing or step back in time and dine in festive period style at Severn Valley Railway.

TV presenter, spice expert, chef and culinary adventurer, Emma Grazette, to star at Dorothy Clive Garden 2nd Annual Chilli Festival

16th September 2013


TV presenter, spice expert, chef and culinary adventurer, Emma Grazette, will be at the 2nd Annual Chilli Festival at the Dorothy Clive Garden on Sunday 29th September 2013. Emma will be giving two chilli related talks and demonstrations, as well as judging the ‘True Blue Bay Best Chilli Sauce Contest’ at the 2nd Annual Chilli Festival. Emma will also be available to sign copies of her book ‘Spice Trip’.

COMPLIMENTARY HAMPERS WITH MIDWEEK BREAKS AT COMBERMERE ABBEY THIS AUTUMN

13th September 2013


Discover something special this autumn at award-winning Combermere Abbey cottages,and enjoy a complimentary breakfast hamper, as well as the tremendous value offered by our midweek stays (from £378 for three night stay).

Make Quatt your next stop

12th September 2013


If you are a regular traveller along the A442 Bridgnorth to Kidderminster Road you might have noticed some recent changes at the side of the road. The National Trust’s Dudmaston Estate have been working closely with the new owners of Quatt Farm Shop, Martin and Florence Rutter, over the 2014 summer, to improve the look of the property and have this week installed some new signage.

MereFest13 - Meres and Mosses Landscape Partnership Scheme

30th August 2013


FREE family fun at Cholmondeley Castle - Saturday 21st September

THE DOROTHY CLIVE GARDEN IS TO HOST A TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC ON SUNDAY 1st SEPTEMBER 2013 AND ALSO AN ARTS AND CRAFT EXHIBITION

27th August 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden is hosting ‘A Teddy Bears’ Picnic’ for both children and adults on Sunday 1st September 2013. The special fundraising event will start at 11am and continue until 5pm and all children who bring a Teddy Bear are admitted for free. Accompanying adults will be admitted at the special fundraising price of £3.50.

Dorothy Clive Garden to host popular Plant Hunters' Fair this weekend

22nd August 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden will be hosting the popular Plant Hunters’ Fair on Sunday 25th and Monday 26th August 2013. This special fund raising event, which is now in its seventh year will feature sixteen specialist nurseries with a national standing as well as small local plant growers.

From Coconut's to Swingboats, Edwardian celebrations at Dudmaston Hall

21st August 2013


A local National Trust property are turning back the clocks for the August Bank Holiday weekend at Dudmaston in order to remember Rachel, Lady Labouchere, the property’s last chatelaine’s birth and her uncle taking over the running of the estate.

Apley Walled Gardens Tour - Tuesday 20 August 2013

16th August 2013


The Apley Walled Gardens have recently been brought back into production for the first time in 50 years. They are now managed by our Head Gardener Phil Allen, who has started producing a large range of vegetables, many of which are unusual, old and interesting varieties.

Dorothy Clive Garden to host open-air production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

15th August 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden is to host an open-air production of 'Romeo and Juliet' by William Shakespeare, performed by the Folksy Theatre Company, this Friday 16th and Saturday 17th August 2013 at 6.30pm.

Summer Pruning Workshop at the Dorothy Clive Garden

14th August 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden is hosting a Summer Pruning Workshop this Sunday 18th August 2013 from 11am to 1pm 2013 led by gardener Zdenek Valkoun-Walker.

Gold Award Winning Shropshire

12th August 2013


Food business across Shropshire have together collected 36 gold stars in the 2013 Great Taste Awards. The awards have been run by The Guild of Fine Food since 1994, providing a way for consumers to be able to identify products recognised for their 'great taste'.

Vote for Church Stretton & Stokesay Castle in 2013 Countryfile Magazine Awards

7th August 2013


Shropshire Tourism is encouraging people to vote for Church Stretton and Stokesay Castle near Craven Arms, which have both been nominated for prestigious Countryfile Magazine Awards 2013. Voted for by members of the public, the awards celebrate the best of the British countryside.

Get fit and get involved at Dudmaston in September

6th August 2013


Building on the success of last year’s event Dudmaston will once again be holding their annual 5k and 10k fun runs through the estate on 21st September 2013.

THE DOROTHY CLIVE GARDEN IS TO HOST A MAD HATTER'S TEA PARTY FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS ON SUNDAY 4TH AUGUST 2013

30th July 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden is hosting ‘A Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’ for both children and adults on Sunday 4th August 2012. The special fundraising event will start at 12noon and continue until 5pm. All children are admitted for free. ALL adults wearing a hat, and accompanying a child, will be admitted at half price which is £3.50.

DOROTHY CLIVE GARDEN HOSTS CHILDREN'S GARDEN GAMES THROUGHOUT JULY AND AUGUST 2013

25th July 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden is hosting Garden Games for children, daily from Monday 22nd July to Sunday 1st September 2013 inclusively. There are also educational garden trails for children. This special event admits all children up to the age of 18 for free.

Busy End of Summer in Store for Bridgnorth Caravan Park

25th July 2013


A five star touring caravan park at Bridgnorth is gearing up for what promises to be a very busy August and September, with a series of exciting local events attracting visitors to this attractive part of east Shropshire.

Ironbridge Park and Ride service Reopens for School Holidays

19th July 2013


Ironbridge Park & Ride will reopen this weekend (Saturday 20th July 2013) to make visiting Ironbridge even easier this summer

Summer Family Fun at Dudmaston

19th July 2013


A local National Trust attraction, Dudmaston Estate, is inviting families to come and enjoy lots of fun activities with them over the school summer holidays.

Ironbridge in Top 100 nominations for VirtualTourist's 8th Wonder of the World

17th July 2013


Interim results for VirtualTourist.com's quest to crown the "8th Wonder of the World" show that Ironbridge is currently in the Top 100 out of 350 nominations. Public voting remains open through September 30th 2013.

THE DOROTHY CLIVE GARDEN MAKES AN APPEAL FOR VOLUNTEERS IN THE OFFICE AND GARDEN

5th July 2013


The Dorothy Clive Garden - an independent charitable garden trust - is making an urgent appeal for volunteers to help in the office and garden.

Half term fun with Dudmaston's Great Garden Games

21st May 2013


Last year we had London 2012, this year why not get in training for Dudmaston's Great Garden Games. During the Whitsun half-term holiday families are being encouraged to get down to the property and challenge each other as competitors in the games.

Exceptional year for Rhododendrons at the Dorothy Clive Garden

17th May 2013


Rhododendrons are now in full bloom and looking spectacular at the Dorothy Clive Garden.

Get Snapping in Dudmaston Estate Photo Competition

16th May 2013


A local national trust property has recently launched its very first photographic competition and they are looking forward to getting everyone involved.

Walking holiday company celebrates centenary in Church Stretton

13th May 2013


A co-operative company that specialises in walking holidays celebrates its centenary in Church Stretton next week (from 25 May). HF Holidays is the UK’s largest walking holiday company, and a co-operative with almost 35,000 share-holding members.

Spring Lifestyle Event at Combermere Abbey

9th May 2013


On Wednesday 22nd May 2013 Combermere Abbey is hosting a Spring Festival, a home and garden event organized by Sally Jones Fairs, which this year supports the fundraising efforts of 'St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice'.

UK Debut for White Salvia at Welshampton Fair

3rd May 2013


A charity plant auction in a North Shropshire village hall on Bank Holiday Monday (6th May 2013) will be the first time a brand new variety of white salvia has been offered for sale in the UK.

Gardens and May Day Celebrations at Dudmaston Hall

30th April 2013


Dudmaston Hall will once again be helping to support the National Garden Scheme on Saturday 4th May 2013 as they hold an open gardens event for the National Charity.

CLEOBURY MORTIMER BEER FESTIVAL

11th April 2013


The 2013 St Georges Cleobury Beer Festival is fast approaching. The phenomenal success of last three years that was attended by over 2000 Beer and Music enthusiasts has spurred the organisers onto a bigger and better event for 2013.

Mr Watt, Grumpy Man of Metal Comes to Ironbridge Extended until 31st August 2013

22nd January 2013


A fantastic new exhibition Mr Watt, Grumpy Man of Metal will be running at Enginuity, one of the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums in Shropshire until 31st August 2013.

Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival marks The Queen's Coronation 60th Anniversary

22nd January 2013


Now in its eighth year, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday, 4th - Sunday 12th May 2013) will be marking the 60th anniversary of The Queen's coronation with a new circular walk around the Ironbridge Gorge Museums showing some of the locations of Royal visits since 1900. These will include a plaque unveiled by Her Majesty in 1967.


Wedding fayre exclusive for couples looking to tie the knot

17th January 2013


A luxury four star hotel is helping loved-up couples plan their perfect wedding with an exclusive offer in February. The prestigious Macdonald Portal Hotel, Golf and Spa is inviting couples to its first wedding fayre of the season on Sunday, February 3rd 2013 with the chance to book their dream day at a special discounted price.

BUILDING A NEW STORY AT WROXETER ROMAN CITY

11th January 2013


The remains of many 2000 year old buildings still stand today, which is testament to the construction skills of the Romans. Visitors joining a series of special tours at Wroxeter Roman City this February and March will learn about the techniques and materials firsthand from one of the UK's most eminent scholars, Professor Dai Morgan Evans, as he guides them around the Roman building he designed at Wroxeter Roman City.


10th Shrewsbury Darwin Festival 10th - 23rd February 2013

10th January 2013


An exciting programme of events for all ages is on offer at the 2013 festival, which runs from 10th to 23rd February 2013. The festival, which has been arranged by Shropshire Wildlife Trust, aims to inspire people with curiosity about the natural world and awaken understanding of the marvellous wildlife with which we share our world.

Ironbridge Gorge UNESCO World Heritage Site ranked first in the UK and second in the world by TripAdvisor

10th January 2013


Telford & Wrekin’s Ironbridge Gorge has beaten off stiff competition to be the 2012 most highly recommended UNESCO World Heritage Site in the UK according to the TripAdvisor traveller community. It also takes second place in the world behind the Historic Ensemble of the Potala Palace, Lhasa, China and ahead of the Egyptian Pyramids and India’s Taj Mahal.


Easter Fun and Egg Dancing at Blists Hill Victorian Town

10th January 2013


Join the residents at Blists Hill Victorian Town, near Ironbridge in Shropshire as they celebrate Easter over the Bank holiday from Friday 29th March to Monday 1st April 2013.

Create Strange Tiles Decorated with Amazing Aliens at Jackfield Tile Museum

8th January 2013


Let your imagination run wild this February half-term at the Amazing Aliens themed tile decorating workshops at Jackfield Tile Museum in Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge. Design a weird and wonderful creature inspired by the mysteries of outer space and tube line the alien on a ceramic tile using your own choice of colours, which will be sent home a few days later. The drop-in sessions will take place from Monday 18 to Friday 22 February 2013.

TRIPADVISOR REVEALS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES MOST RECOMMENDED BY TRAVELLERS

8th January 2013


Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge ranks at second place in the world.


Entertaining Elephants in The Shropshire Hills

8th January 2013


A well-known ethical and natural food shop in the Shrophire Hills, with one of the most colourful names on the high street, will be under new management from the start of the New Year.

New Year, New Prices?

4th January 2013


A quick reminder to all of our Shropshire Tourism members to update your prices, opening times or admission charges for 2013.

A reminder for Wedding Venues

4th January 2013


With Valentine’s Day looming, if you want newly engaged brides and grooms-to-be to book their special day with you, make sure you are seen on www.shropshirewedding.co.uk.

Plan ahead – a few 2013 dates for your diary

4th January 2013


Here are a few dates to help you plan ahead over the next few weeks, including AGM's - a great way to network with other members and find out what’s going on - and don't forget that Valentine's Day is looming! Send us your romantic offers and special deals...


The Boathouse Visitor Centre, Ellesmere

3rd January 2013


The Boathouse Visitor Centre and Restaurant in Ellesmere is closing for maintenance work through January 2013.

Shrewsbury chosen for the Coach Friendly Award 2012

2nd January 2013


Destination Shrewsbury is celebrating the news that Shrewsbury has been chosen for the Coach Friendly Award 2012 by the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT).