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Holiday at Home in Shropshire

28th July 2009

If you're looking to holiday at home this year and beat the credit crunch then look no further than Shropshire.

International Sculpture Exhibition comes to Ellesmere

21st July 2009

An international exhibition of sculpture in the landscape will open in Ellesmere, Shropshire, on 15th August 2009, the Chairman of the Ellesmere Sculpture Initiative (ESI), Alan Bradbury, announced today.

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?

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.

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.

Muller Dairy To Work With Local Schools

18th June 2009

School children to participate in farm visits as part of a new initiative

Historic Ellesmere Yard To Open For New Visitor Season

6th May 2009

Restoration of Ellesmere Boat Yard in North Shropshire is nearing completion

New Street And Artisans' Quarter Opens At Blists Hill Victorian Town For Easter

10th March 2009

This Easter visitors to Blists Hill Victorian Town in Shropshire's Ironbridge Gorge, will be the first to explore the magnificent new Canal Street.

150th Anniversary at Wroxeter Roman City

2nd March 2009

Journey back in time for a glimpse of life as it would have been 2000 years ago at Wroxeter Roman City.

Two Thirds of a Million Visitors for Award Winning Exhibition

12th January 2009

After winning a string of awards in 2008, The National Cold War Exhibition at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford ended the year on a high by enjoying a record 665,690 visitors since its opening.