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Be Inspired with Launch of Public Art Project

Be Inspired with Launch of Public Art Project

The Hive Music and Media Centre was the host of a VIP launch for an innovative public art project on Monday September 12.  Shropshire’s leading youth arts centre unveiled exciting plans for its new creative project which will involve the international street artist Matt Sewell. B:Inspired is an ambitious and…

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Local musician honoured at William Brookes School awards ceremony

Local musician honoured at William Brookes School awards ceremony

At this year’s annual Presentation Evening at William Brookes School in Much Wenlock, a special award is being given in honour of a Much Wenlock-born musician, Tony Levin. Tony Levin was born in the town in 1940, his family having been evacuated from Birmingham during the war. He had an…

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Make Halloween Clay Monsters at Coalport China Museum Half-Term: Monday 24th to Friday 28th October

Make Halloween Clay Monsters at Coalport China Museum Half-Term:  Monday 24th to Friday 28th October

Create your own Halloween monsters at Coalport China Museum, Shropshire during the autumn school half-term. The museum will be running drop-in monster themed ceramic workshops from Monday 24th to Friday 28th October where you can make all manner of strange creatures from clay, which can later be despatched to your…

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Half-Term Autumn Wildlife Tile Making Workshops at Jackfield Tile Museum in the Ironbridge Gorge

Half-Term Autumn Wildlife Tile Making Workshops at Jackfield Tile Museum in the Ironbridge Gorge

Discover more about the countryside in autumn at Jackfield Tile Museum in Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge.  During the school half-term holidays from Monday 24th to Friday 28th October you can join drop-in workshops to decorate ceramic tiles with autumn plant and wildlife themed motifs. The Victorian tube lining technique will be…

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Shropshire Business is shortlisted for the 2011 Midlands Family Business Awards

Shropshire Business is shortlisted for the 2011 Midlands Family Business Awards

Kay Heald from Telford-based Kay Heald HR has been shortlisted for the 2011 Midlands Family Business Awards in the Leading Adviser to Family Businesses category. Kay set up her business in 2005 to specifically help small Shropshire-based family businesses with their personnel needs and take the worry out of employing…

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Market Drayton pioneers on satellite events

Market Drayton pioneers on satellite events

This Sunday 2nd October sees the very first Shropshire Screen live relay at the Festival Drayton Centre in Market Drayton. North Shropshire audiences will have the opportunity to witness, live via satellite, a unique occasion: the lavish 25th anniversary celebration of The Phantom of the Opera from the Royal Albert Hall in London. The ability to put…

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Crafts Council support for Shrewsbury Weaver

Crafts Council support for Shrewsbury Weaver

Shropshire designer, Helen Foot, has been selected to be part of 2011’s Hothouse programme run by The Crafts Council. 28 makers from across the UK have been selected to embark on a tailor-made six-month programme of focussed, intensive business skills and creative development, complimented with 1:1 support. The program began…

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Love Vinyl? Love this from RPM Shrewsbury

Love Vinyl? Love this from RPM Shrewsbury

Do you like vinyl records?  Have you ever fancied having a go at being a DJ?   RPM, a brand new monthly music night, starts on Thursday 29th September 2011 at the Shrewsbury Coffeehouse.  Enjoy a coffee, a glass of wine or a local ale with like-minded music lovers and…

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Chop Like A Chef – Learn The Art of Knife Skills

Chop Like A Chef – Learn The Art of Knife Skills

Have you ever watched a top chef and marveled at their skills with a knife?  If so you learn to chop, slice and dice like a professional at this year’s Ludlow Food Festival with Eckington Manor Cookery School running 30-minute ‘Knife Skills’ courses for festival goers. Sessions cost just £4.95…

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Skylark Organics – A Veg Box Business Proudly Rooted in Herefordshire Soil

Skylark Organics – A Veg Box Business Proudly Rooted in  Herefordshire Soil

The introduction of the Ludlow Food Festival fringe means there are more than 30 additional exhibitors this year, amongst them Skylark Organics who are promising visitors a taste sensation when it comes to their staple vegetables. Whilst it is most commonly the sandy soils of East Anglia that are associated…

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