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    Lottie the dog immortalised in mural

    seen on her daily walks around The Quarry Park. Love Coffee is a dog-friendly café so it was nice ...

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    Artists prepare for Open Studios events

    in Quarry Place with and Helen Foot who specialises in colourful handwoven scarves and textiles, ...

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    Join voices at University Centre Shrewsbury’s third annual Christmas Carol Service

    and prayers at the Church at St Chad’s Terrace, opposite the Quarry in Shrewsbury. Some of the traditional ...

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    Town to transform into 'Snowsbury' for sparkling Christmas celebrations

    in The Quarry (12th and 13th December). Regular favourites such as the Christmas Lights Switch-On (18th ...

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    Summer in Shrewsbury has a festival feel

    in the stunning Quarry Park. Be brave after dark and hop on one of the weekly ghost cruises to learn more about ...

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    'Tis the season to see Snowsbury on screen with Christmas video launch

    in The Quarry (12th and 13th December), Carols in The Square (16th December), the Christmas Farmers Market ...

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    Shropshire Kids Festival – Tickets On Sale Now

    never seen before.  Shropshire Kids Festival will take place in the quarry on 23 rd and 24 th of April ...

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    Town Invites People To Sample The Shrewsbury Ale Trail

    Festival taking place at Quarry Park on 25th-26th June to encourage people to explore what the town has ...

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    University Centre rowers to raise funds to boost inclusivity

    The event will take place on Wednesday 18th January at Pengwern Boat Club opposite the Quarry Park, ...

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    Shrewsbury Day of Action will encourage people to ‘keep your town tidy'

    communities.” Andrew Bannerman, Shropshire Councillor for Quarry and Coton Hill, said: “I’m pleased that Team ...

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