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Posted on: Mon 20th May, 2019

It can be hard to keep up with design trends, especially with opinions from the experts varying so wildly. Is Boho really back? What will replace Scandi-chic?

Posted on: Wed 3rd April, 2019

April 13th and 14th 2019, the dedicated event for people looking to move into or within Shropshire is returning for a third year.

Posted on: Mon 18th March, 2019

Food demonstrations, music and fantastic food. We've got a Family Pass to give away for this summer's tastiest Shrewsbury event, Shrewsbury Food Festival.

Posted on: Fri 11th January, 2019

Maximised to increase precious qualities of a perfect home - light, space and character. Details matter.

Posted on: Tue 11th December, 2018

Proclaimed by the Sunday Times in 2018 and 2019 as amongst some of the best places to live in the UK.

Demolition
Posted on: Sat 23rd September, 2017

Work has begun in earnest at the former Radbrook College site.

Posted on: Sun 10th January, 2016

Shropshire based residential developer, Floreat Homes, has agreed terms for the acquisition of a 14 acre site in Radbrook, Shrewsbury.

Ten best places to visit in the UK, Shrewsbury

Posted on: Fri 4th October, 2019

We've known just how fantastic Shrewsbury is for years or is that Shrowsbury... let's leave that for another time because here and now we're all about celebrating our wonderful town for featuring in "The Week" magazines' top 10 places to visit in the UK. 

The article (published 24/09/19) firstly highlights the UK as being the sixth most popular tourist destination in the world before going on to detail just whereupon our isle made that converted top 10 spot. And yes Shrewsbury's right there, shoulder to shoulder with the dare we say clichés of UK hotspots; London, Cambridge and Oxford.

The article goes onto note Shrewsbury as an undiscovered gem, contrasting the idyllic medieval city centre with spectacular rural vistas in the nearby Shropshire hills;

"The Shropshire hills are classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and envelope small towns such as Church Stretton, dubbed “Little Switzerland” because of its exceptional landscape.".

It's a delightful read, both for long-standing champions of our city and those wanting to discover the very best of UK's greatest locations - To read the full article, click here.