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Princess House
Princess Street

Shrewsbury Antiques Centre is the largest antique centre in the town, and has been going for more than 30 years. There are over 50 individual traders and a huge selection of antiques from fine silver to furniture, clothes to coins and original art to ceramics.

14 Castle Street

The Shrewsbury Ark Charity Shop opened on Castle Street in 2014, any clothes or household items that are donated to the Ark are either offered directly to their clients or sold with all profits going directly towards funding our ongoing services.

By Porthill Bridge
Quarry Park

If you’re visiting Shrewsbury, experience paddling a canoe on our wonderful river. Canoeing is an accessible fun activity for all, getting you outside and closer to nature.

Castle Gates

Weapons, medals and uniforms from the 18th century to the present day sit within the ancient, red sandstone walls, which tower above the town. Hunt down some regimental history at the Shropshire Regimental Museum in Shrewsbury Castle.

11 Belmont

The Church was designed by Edward Pugin the son of Augustus Pugin and was completed in 1856. The building was paid for by Bertram, Earl of Shrewsbury who died three months before it was completed. It was he who chose the dedication and wished to take the name of Shrewsbury.

The Square

The Shrewsbury Farmers Market brings the fields of Shropshire to Shrewsbury Square on the first Friday of every month. There is a plethora of delicious food and drink to tempt people to try some of the best locally produced food.

Find out when the next Farmers Market is being held.

Shrewsbury High School
32 Town Walls

Shrewsbury High is widely regarded as one of the UK's leading independent schools, offering academic excellence, all-round opportunity, and pastoral care. Shrewsbury High was recently ranked in first place in Shropshire in the Independent School Council's league table for GCSE points scored.

Castle Gates

Shrewsbury Library is a busy lending library situated in a Grade I listed building in Castle Gates. The library offers a fantastic range of fiction and non-fiction books, as well as computers and internet access. Members have free use of the library computers for up to 2 hours per day. Printing, photocopying and scanning are available too.

Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery
The Square

Re-opened at the old Music Hall in April 2014, Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery tells the stories that make Shropshire unique through its’ amazing galleries: Roman Gallery, Shropshire Gallery, Medieval, Tudor and Stuart Galleries and the Special Exhibition Gallery.

4-5 Dogpole

Shrewsbury Optometry is a family run business with a long history of delivering high quality eye care. The practice in Dogpole is run by husband & wife team, Gareth & Jenny Hardcastle, along with associate optometrist Maggie Cadwallader and a hardworking team of optical assistants and receptionists.

Abbey Foregate

Shrewsbury Sixth Form College is a highly successful A level specialist college, based on two campuses known as 'Welsh Bridge Campus' and 'English Bridge Campus'.

Priory Road

Shrewsbury Sixth Form College is a highly successful A level specialist college, based on two campuses known as 'Welsh Bridge Campus' and 'English Bridge Campus'.

Castle Gates

Shropshire Archives is the archives and local studies service for the historic county of Shropshire, which includes the Borough of Telford and Wrekin. A dedicated team of staff and volunteers work to preserve and make accessible documents, books, maps, photographs, plans and drawings relating to Shropshire past and present.

3 Roushill Bank

Shropshire Cat Rescue is a voluntary group that aims to care for and re-home unwanted cats and kittens, to educate the public on responsible cat ownership and to arrange for colonies of feral cats to be neutered and returned to site.

Quarry Lodge

The Shropshire Horticultural Society are the organisers of the Shrewsbury Flower Show.

Shows and Pageants were introduced into Shrewsbury the early eighteen hundreds by the town burgesses in order to increase trade and income to the town and its businesses.

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