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New Dracula Film to be set in Shropshire

16th January 2015

Shropshire has been chosen as the location for a new Dracula film starring former James Bond, George Lazenby.


Direct Rail Line from Shrewsbury to London Starts Today!

15th December 2014

Virgin Trains have launched their new Shrewsbury to London direct rail service. It marks the end of a hard-fought campaign for a direct rail service between Shropshire and London.


Congratulations to all Shropshire Star Spotlight award-winners!

11th November 2014

Finalists in the Shropshire Star Spotlight Awards gathered at The Buttermarket in Shrewsbury last night (10th November 2014) to hear the results of readers’ votes to crown well deserved winners from a range of categories including best family day out, posh nosh, and pub grub.


BBC Escape to the Country film at one of Shropshire's jewels

3rd November 2014

A film crew from a widely-loved, BBC daytime television show has today visited Shropshire to film at the rural base of one of the county’s leading companies.


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.


New Chief Executive Officer Appointed at Royal Air Force Museum

27th October 2014

The Royal Air Force Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer: Maggie Appleton MBE


#GREATdayout Half Term - Digital Campaign

24th October 2014

Visit England are running a social media campaign over the half-term holidays which we would encourage you to participate in


Shropshire Town will Grind to a Halt with Inaugural Truck Pull Event

15th October 2014

Oswestry's Church Street will grind to a halt as teams of the town’s toughest take to the streets in a spectacular test of physical and mental endurance.


Inaugural Oswestry Truck Pull on November 1st 2014

10th October 2014

Oswestry's Church Street will grind to a halt as teams of the town’s toughest take to the streets in a spectacular test of physical and mental endurance.


A Shropshire company will be working closely with the County's Wildlife Trust as it develops its rural grounds.

22nd September 2014

The British Ironwork Centre, Oswestry, proud home to Shropshire's first Sculpture Park, will be working in partnership with Shropshire Wildlife Trust who will support and advise the Centre in developing the Park in a way that complements the natural environment, preserving and promoting the existence of the many varieties of wildlife onsite.