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Leading off Pride Hill, this street was once home to the town’s butchers. Today it is lined with independent eateries and shops.

Head to Butcher Row and Fish Street if you’re looking for a new hairstyle at Beachwood or perhaps a peek at some antique jewellery in County Goldsmiths, Shropshire's largest suppliers of Victorian, Art Deco, Edwardian and Vintage pieces that are pre-loved.

Further along the street you’ll find White Orchard, which is a one stop shop for homeware, children's gifts, garden accessories and more.

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Beachwood is a Kerastase hair salon located on Fish Street. Whatever a customer's preferred length or style, Beachwood stylists make them look and feel amazing. All stylists are highly skilled, and the salon caters for everything from a simple trim to a great new image. Beachwood's experienced team can offer bespoke wedding packages. Beachwood also sells a range of Kerastase products.

Please see Facebook page and Kerastase website for more information.

County Goldsmiths is a specialist antique jewellers based on the historic Butcher Row. Their selection of Victorian, Art Deco, Edwardian and Vintage pieces are a must for any collector or anyone who appreciates fine, beautiful jewellery. The staff at County Goldsmiths really care about jewellery - they believe that it is a surviving symbol of the past and something to treasure and share for the future.

House of the Rising Sun

The House of the Rising Sun on Butcher Row specialises in Modern Australasian cuisine. The bar's decor blends oceanic blue hues and timeless timber tones to create a fusion of global dining in a luxurious atmosphere. Customers can drop in for a light snack and a cocktail in the afternoon, or enjoy fine dining and exquisite wines in the evening.

Lads 'N' Dads is possibly the best place in Shrewsbury for a gents haircut, with great cuts and random conversation! From the shop in Butcher Row, they offer a range of services, including cuts, beard trim, hair art and tram lines.

At the heart of the historic and beautiful town of Shrewsbury, founded about the year 900, stands the church of St Alkmund which celebrated its 1100th anniversary in 2012. There's a lot going for this town centre church, not least its reputation for the friendliness of the welcome given to its many visitors.

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