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Guildhall
Frankwell Quay

University Centre Shrewsbury is a distinctive institution, focused on high-quality teaching and research, fostering entrepreneurship, contributing to the community and, ultimately, making a global impact.

17 Mardol

Up & Running is the UK's biggest independent running retailer. It specialises in running shoes, running clothes and running accessories, stocking products from brands such as Adidas, Brooks, Asics, Mizuno, New Balance, and Ronhill. Since its first small running shop was opened in 1992, Up & Running has gone from strength to strength, with shops dotted all over the country.

24 St Marys Street

Vinegar Hill is a lifestyle store, packed with wonderful homeware, gifts and fashion. A family run business with seven stores dotted around the south and west of England, the owners have a passion for buying and creativity which creates a unique in-store environment. This ensures that the business retains an independent feel.

Vinterior
9 Wyle Cop

Vinterior - one of the independent retailers on Wyle Cop, offering a unique mix of stylish and unusual items - gifts, interiors, lighting, mirrors, quirky decorative items, plus quality vintage/antique furniture pieces.

8, Pride Hill Gallery
Pride Hill Centre

Founded in 1988, Vision Express is built on a zest for the optical profession and a drive for unparalleled customer service. Vision Express now has more than 370 stores throughout the UK and is well-established as one of the leading and most trusted opticians.

33 Pride Hill

Vodafone is one of the world's top mobile communications providers, operating in over 30 countries and in partnership with networks in over 40 more. The company has nearly 360 million customers and around 19 million in the UK. Vodafone also has a place in the record books, as it made the first ever mobile phone call on 1 January 1985.

Wace Morgan, Shrewsbury
21 St Mary's Street

Wace Morgan is a large and long-established provider of legal services to the people of Shropshire, Mid Wales and, indeed, nationwide.

6 Market Street

Games Workshop is a game production and retailing company, best known for developing and publishing the tabletop games Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000 and The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game. The store in Shrewsbury's Market Street offers a huge range of fantastic products, and hosts regular contests.

18/19 High Street

Waterstones is one of the UK's leading book retailers, providing customers with a wide choice, excellent value and expert advice from a knowledgeable and enthusiastic team. Waterstones seeks to excite and inspire people to read and engage in books.

Watson and Thornton, Shrewsbury
27-28 Mardol

Watson & Thornton is a family-run retail shop, specialising in fashion, bridal and craft fabrics.

Watson & Thornton prides itself on the vast range of fabrics in all categories. Although specialising in quality medium to better end fabrics, the shop also has clearance lines and affordable fancy dress materials.

Many small businesses are run from a home address, which is a good way to keep costs down. It can be a lonely place though and not always practical.

If you would like to have your own desk in the middle of Shrewsbury, then why not come and join us in our modern offices on Roushill.

Wellmeadow Recruitment

Company Overview

What sets us apart from other consulting firms is that our approach is designed specifically with SMEs in mind.  

Wenlock Priory

The tranquil ruins of Wenlock Priory stand in a picturesque setting on the fringe of beautiful Much Wenlock.

An Anglo-Saxon monastery was founded here in about 680 by King Merewalh of Mercia, whose abbess daughter Milburge was hailed as a saint. Her relics were miraculously re-discovered here in 1101, attracting both pilgrims and prosperity to the priory.

43 High Street

The West Brom is the 7th biggest Building Society in the UK with some 487,000 members.

Panorama of the showgrounds
Gravel Hill Lane

The Greenhous West Mid Showground is situated in the heart of Shrewsbury, an historic market town on the banks of the River Severn. The town is easily accessible from the west via the M54 leading to the A5 and is situated off the B5067 Berwick Road. The showground is a short walk from Shrewsbury Train Station and the town’s Bus Station.

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