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The Gateway
Chester Street

The Gateway is an Education and Arts Centre, purpose-built and well-equipped for courses, training, presentations, meetings and conferences. There are a number of multi-purpose rooms, a small theatre, a larger conference room, art and pottery rooms. Rooms are equipped with modern IT equipment, and staff are always on hand to provide assistance.

The GreenHouse Café

The GreenHouse Cafe is a family restaurant offering vegetarian and vegan cuisine, with extensive gluten-free and takeaway options available.

5 Belmont

The Hive is an arts and entertainment venue, as well as a charity working with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people, offering a varied programme of events, from cinema to live theatre, language classes to toddler groups, life drawing sessions to holiday workshops, open mics through to wrestling, plus world-class jazz and folk concerts and much more!

The Hole in the Wall Shrewsbury
Shoplatch

The Hole in the Wall is a traditional, cosy town centre pub where customers can always enjoy a decent pint, along with a selection of tasty pub food.

The pub is steeped in history, located on the site of a 13th century mansion, and was a favourite stopover for travelling performers in the 16th century.

St Julians Friars

The Hop & Friar is a local pub where friends meet to drink good beer and watch sports. There is a sun trap of a garden at the rear and an open fire with a snug area for colder weathers. The Hop & Friar offers some of the finest real ales and selection of drinks available in Shrewsbury.

The HR Dept Shropshire logo

The HR Dept Shropshire provides employment law and human resources support to small and medium-sized businesses just like yours. By choosing to work with us, you’ll have access to expert HR advice and support from Director Níamh Kelly, an HR professional with over 25 years experience across a wide range of local services and industries.

The King's Head
Mardol

The Kings Head is one of the oldest and best-known pubs in the county town, located on Mardol, close to the River Severn and surrounded by shops and landmarks.

The Libertine Cocktail Bar and Tearoom
16-17 Butcher Row

The Libertine is an English bar, cocktail bar and tearoom, located in Butcher Row. It has a great atmosphere, with quirky decor, and is an ideal place for birthdays and celebrations. It offers a range of teas, coffees, hot chocolates, cakes and more. The Libertine also has a great selection of cocktails, beers and wines.

45 Mardol

The Lighting Shop really does do exactly what it says on the tin! The store on Mardol sells a range of wall lights, lampshades, ceiling lights and table lamps, for all your lighting needs. Opened in 1993, since then the Lighting Shop has served thousands of customers, earning a reputation as the one-stop lighting retail store. Please see website for more information.

The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury
Wyle Cop

Grade 1 Listed 16th Century Coaching Inn & Hotel in Shrewsbury …

Church Street

The Loggerheads is a traditional beer house, selling good food and real ale.

Situated on the corner of St Mary's Street and Church Street, the building is thought to date back to 1665, and it has been recorded as a public house since 1780.

The Loggerheads name is a reference to the three leopard's faces' depicted on the Shrewsbury coat of arms.

The Loopy Shrew, Shrewsbury
15/17 Bellstone

The team at the Loopy Shrew are there to make sure all of their customers feel welcome at any time of the day, whether it’s to have a breakfast meeting, quick coffee and cake, after-work drinks or to indulge in an evening of fine wines and great food.

Wyle Cop

The Nags Head is a friendly, traditional pub, located on the historic Wyle Cop.

We have a luxury one bedroom self catering apartment, in the heart of Shrewsbury - with its own parking space - gold dust! Fab location. Fab apartment. Come stay and chill. Stay just for a short break, 2 nights minimum.

St Mary's Place

Set in the heart of Shrewsbury, the Parade Shopping Centre provides a unique shopping experience. There are over 25 individual shops on two floors at the Grade II Georgian building, which is fronted by four imposing Doric columns.

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