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Oswestry

Willow Gallery Oswestry

The Willow Gallery is a contemporary art space dedicated to displaying works from both local and international artists. A hub for creativity the Willow is Community Interest not-for-profit gallery, converted from a disused car showroom. We frequently hold workshops, talks, live music, events and exhibitions, bringing together creative individuals from the local community and beyond. […]

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Shrewsbury

Visual Art Network

The Visual Art Network (VAN) is a volunteer run organisation for artists aiming to promote local visual arts in the Shropshire area. Our members exhibit and sell their work at our street gallery which is located on the middle level of the Darwin Shopping Centre in Shrewsbury and online at the VAN website. The gallery […]

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TIC Locations

Each of Shropshire’s visitor information offices is managed by welcoming, friendly staff who are pleased to point the way through our beautiful county. You can pick up local leaflets, maps on walking, cycling and sightseeing, books and often Shropshire souvenirs too. In Shrewsbury the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is housed in the same building as […]

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Shrewsbury

Stop. Coffee

A laid back, friendly coffee shop serving high-quality coffee, teas and fantastic homemade cakes and sandwiches. Stop. cafe bar @ Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery – Situated in the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, stop. cafe bar is a perfect location for locals and tourists alike. The venue also hosts live music events and is […]

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Shropshire Council venues reopening update!

Coronavirus: Shropshire Council’s culture and leisure facilities prepare to re-open Selected culture and leisure sites, facilities and services managed by Shropshire Council are preparing for a phased re-opening from Saturday 4 July 2020. These latest preparations are in line with the recent easing of the lockdown restrictions announced by the Government. Ahead of re-opening, sites […]

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Whitchurch

Whitchurch Museum and Archives

Whitchurch Heritage Centre consists of the Main Exhibition Hall and the Caldecott Gallery and contains a range of artefacts dating from the Roman occupation up until modern times.   The Main Exhibition Hall heralds the work of Whitchurch firm J.B. Joyce who were established in 1790 and have only just stopped producing Tower Clocks in […]

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Craven Arms

Bush Farm B&B

Bush Farm nestles among the South Shropshire Hills in a peaceful and idyllic riverside location. There are two comfortable rooms in a 300 year old converted Granary. The Hayloft is a double en-suite with vaulted ceiling, exposed A frame and beams.  There are lovely views over the garden and across open fields.  The en-suite has […]

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Shrewsbury

Fusing Ideas Glass Studio

Glass Art and functional designs: At Fusing Ideas Glass, artisan/designer Jill Bagnall creates stunning, contemporary kiln formed studio glass, by hand, from start to finish. Her range includes unique functional glass for the home, 2D & 3D glass art and hand finished jewellery. Individual gifts for yourselves or others, or to enhance your home or […]

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Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Visitor Information Centre

The Visitor Information Centre (VIC) can be found within Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, right in the centre of Shrewsbury town.  We can help visitors to the town with information on the town, on what there is to see and do, how to get around the county and how to get the most out of […]

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Kids Activities in Shropshire

There are great adventures to have in Shropshire for you and your little ones. From interactive museums to open parklands to run wild in, a holiday in Shropshire will gift you and your family memories for life. Check out Shropshires best kids activities below. Activities for Kids at Park Hall Farm Are you kids obsessed […]

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