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British tennis star Laura Robson set to make return to action in Shrewsbury next week

British tennis star Laura Robson is set to make her competitive return to action in next week’s Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.

Longest-running independent gym celebrates 20 years

One of Shrewsbury’s longest-running independent gyms has reached its 20-year milestone.

Maia Lumsden excited to be returning to Shrewsbury for next week’s World Tennis Tour W60 tournament

Rising British star Maia Lumsden insists she is excited about returning to Shropshire next week to play in the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.

Heather Watson and Katie Boulter set to lead strong British tennis challenge at The Shrewsbury Club

Heather Watson and Katie Boulter are set to lead a strong British challenge in next month’s Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.

Irish star to perform at Comedy Festival

Organisers of the Shrewsbury International Comedy Festival, now in its third year, have announced Irish comedian, author, musician, actor & playwright David O'Doherty will play the Festival’s Gala Show at Theatre Severn on Sunday 21 st July.

Countdown as DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival continues to evolve

The countdown is on as organisers put the final touches to the DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival being held next month to celebrate the town’s most famous son.

DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival events from 8-24 February 2019

Shrewsbury will be playing host to all things Darwin next month with a range of events designed to encourage “curiosity and independent thinking”.

A Doe, A Deer, and an Important Reminder of Natural Conservation

One of Shrewsbury’s most widely visited places is their beautiful Quarry. Featuring 29 acres of green grass, a central hedged garden filled with seasonal flowers known as ‘The Dingle’ and a first-class view of the River Severn, the Quarry is certainly not a place to be missed. In 2018 we loaned the Quarry a life-size cast iron horse, which sat proudly in The Dingle in commemoration of 100 Years since the end of...

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