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Our doors may be closed, but Shrewsbury remains open online. Join us from the comfort of your home as we explore the best our town has to offer.

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Celebrate Shrewsbury’s most famous son at this year’s virtual DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival. Join us as we celebrate our special links with Charles Darwin with a schedule of inspiring films, brain-teasing lectures, Q&A sessions and Darwin's birthday toast. 

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Shrewsbury is joining The Great Bit Art Exhibition and we’re asking you to get involved! Children under the age of 16 are invited to submit their artwork with the chance of it being printed on a flag in Shrewsbury town centre.

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With its half-timbered buildings, medieval walls and Grade II-listed bridge, Charles Darwin's home town of Shrewsbury has undergone a glorious evolution and inspires the Daily Mail on the lead up to the DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival.

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Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to show a loved one you care. Whether it's a loving partner, treasured friend, a coworker who's had your back, or a lockdown buddy, you’ll find an indulgent treat guaranteed to impress from these Shrewsbury businesses. 

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Our doors may be closed, but Shrewsbury remains open online. Join us from the comfort of your home as we explore the best our town has to offer.

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Warm weather heralds the beginning of Shrewsbury's vibrant calendar of festivals. Experience original events from Shropshire Kids Festival to the World Championship Coracle Race, and not forgetting the historic Shrewsbury Flower Show.

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Shrewsbury LGBT History Festival returns this February and March with a series of virtual film screenings, stimulating talks and Q&A sessions.

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Celebrate Shrewsbury’s most famous son at this year’s virtual DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival. Join us as we celebrate our special links with Charles Darwin with a schedule of inspiring films, brain-teasing lectures, Q&A sessions and Darwin's birthday toast. 

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The oldest stained glass in Shrewsbury, the Jesse Window was made for Greyfriars chapel in the 14th century. Following the dissolution of the friary in 1538, the window was moved to St Chad's, before being bought to St Mary's in 1791. Now you can explore it with Google Arts and Culture.

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A photoshoot for My Shrewsbury magazine has brought together three of the small businesses based at The Parade Shops.

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England may once again be in lockdown, but Shrewsbury remains a hive of activity with virtual events taking place across the town.

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Many of Shrewsbury's town centre businesses remain open so you can continue to purchase your essential items, including groceries, newsagents and pharmacies.

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If you're able to get into Shrewsbury, many of our independent business are offering click and collect and other alternative forms of shopping. Read on to discover more.

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Eating in has become the new eating out, and with Shrewsbury eateries rising to the task you can now enjoy your favourite food from the comfort of your home.

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Discover which of Shrewsbury independent retailers are selling their products online and get the best of Shrewsbury delivered directly to your door.

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A photograph of Shrewsbury has been highlighted in the BBC's England's Big Picture: Best of 2020. The shot was captured by town resident Matthew Taylor in April and looks along the River Severn from Porthill Footbridge.

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The Shrewsbury Business Chamber and Shrewsbury BID invite you to vote for your favourite Shrewsbury Christmas window! We are also giving you the chance to win a £50 voucher for a Shrewsbury business of your choice as a thank you for voting. Voting closes at 9am on Monday 21st December.

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