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7th Jun 2016

The world’s hottest stationery brand is coming to town this summer, as Smiggle prepares to open its doors at Shrewsbury Shopping’s Darwin Centre.

As work gets underway preparing the 1,070 sq ft ground floor store, the first jobs at the fun and fashionable stationers – famed for its range of bright pens, notebooks and gadgets - are now being advertised.

Olympics at Much Wenlock. Exhibition at the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery
6th Jun 2016

To coincide with this year’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery is mounting a display of Wenlock Olympian Games memorabilia. This will provide visitors with an in-depth look at the Wenlock Olympian Society’s contribution to the rebirth of these modern Olympic Games and the unique role played by Doctor William Penny Brookes in that story.

University Centre Shrewsbury, guide dogs exam destress
3rd Jun 2016

Students at University Centre Shrewsbury (UCS) enjoyed a break from exams to have a cuddle with guide dogs from the town’s Mobility Team and help raise money for the charity.

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association brought the puppies and adult dogs to Guildhall, UCS’s learning and research base, yesterday.

Shrewsbury BID annual report 2016
3rd Jun 2016

Shrewsbury Business Improvement District (BID) has published its annual report for year two of its five-year mandate revealing demonstrable strides forward against key priorities set out by Shrewsbury business community to generate cost savings, deliver marketing impact, progress access and car parking issues and provide strategic direction and impact.

Mark Oliver at Henry Tudor House, Shrewsbury
1st Jun 2016

One of Shropshire’s most successful comedy clubs, which recently celebrated its second anniversary, is going from strength to strength and planning its next event for 8th June.

The award-winning club, hosted by Henry Tudor House in Shrewsbury, has built up a loyal following of fans who come from throughout the region to watch top name acts such as Russell Kane and Romesh Ranganathan

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