North Shropshire News
11th September 2014
Shropshire's newest Falconry Centre has already added to its number having acquired its first "adoptee". The British Ironwork Centre, in Oswestry, was approached by the owners of a beautiful red tailed buzzard, for which a new home was desperately being sought.
4th September 2014
Aviation fans can experience the virtual skies next month as the Flight Sim 2014 event heads to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford in Shropshire.
3rd September 2014
Heritage Open Days is a national initiative, now in its twentieth year. Heritage sites that are not normally open to the public stage special open days and many established heritage visitor sites are open free of charge with special events & activities. Heritage Open Days takes place throughout the UK from 11th - 14th September 2014.
19th August 2014
A world-famous sculpture, created from the generosity of the children of Shropshire and those around the globe, will shortly make a VIP appearance at a prestigious local event - and has been visited by a very special escort!
14th August 2014
AC Falconry, whose future was recently secured by the British Ironwork Centre, Aston, by the offer of a permanent home within their rural grounds, will be staging the fabulous display at the Centre on Saturday morning.
12th August 2014
A Garden designed by an Oswestry company on behalf of a local charity has earned the highest honours at a prestigious county show.
11th August 2014
The Glutton Club restaurant in Shrewsbury has just unveiled their new seasonal dishes which join popular favourites on their new-look Summer menu.
11th August 2014
Guests attending the First World War Centenary Charity Ball being held at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford later this month will be treated to a close formation flypast from two Eurocopter AS350BB helicopters.
8th August 2014
Summer has officially started at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford with a brand new range of interactive 'August Activities' for families to enjoy throughout the school break.
5th August 2014
Shropshire Tourism, the not-for-profit marketing body for the county, has just launched its first ever Shropshire real ale trail leaflet for visitors to get a taste of Shropshire’s great pubs and inns.