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The first ever Shrewsbury Big Curry, in aid of The Soldiers' Charity, has been hailed a great success. Hundreds of people attended Saturday's event in The Square, with 500 curries selling out in just 3 hours.
Shrewsbury funeral director Aubrey Kirkham and local caravan dealership Salop Leisure organised a raffle, with the winners this week enjoying a tour in a Rolls Royce and afternoon cream tea.
thebestof Shrewsbury Events page is a great place to find out what's going on in the area this summer. Or if you're holding an event and it's not listed, add it yourself for free. Perfect local publicity and again it's FREE!
The 2011 Shrewsbury International Street Theatre Festival is expected to bring 30,000 visitors into town in September. The festival already has 3 sponsors and they are looking for a 4th. If your business can help, call Neville Street on 01743 246917.
HEFF is an organisation dedicated to promoting local food producers across the Midlands. Based at Shropshire Food Enterprise Centre in Shrewsbury, HEFF recently hosted artisan food producers from Sweden, really spreading the word about our county!
The Rural Enterprise Centre on Battlefield Enterprise Park has come away with two wins at the recent Mayor of Shrewsbury's Awards. Home to over 35 companies, the centre was praised for their support of local business growth.
This Summer sees the launch of a brand new lifestyle magazine in Shrewsbury. Aimed mainly at the key 18-44 audience, look out for In The Know come July. Packed with informative yet informal content, this is going to be THE magazine for Shrewsbury.
Ed Warren from the TASTE kitchen at Shropshire Food Enterprise Centre is heading up a brigade of top chefs for the HEFF Diamond Awards Gala Dinner. Celebrating fine regional produce, this is THE food and drink event to attend in the Midlands this Summer.
Advance tickets are now on sale for the 2011 Shropshire County Show. It is being held a month earlier than last year's inaugural event; so clear your diaries if you can for May 14th and 15th! Advance tickets are cheaper than on the gate.
The organisers of a major caravan and motorhome spring show in Shropshire are ensuring that people attending the event on the opening day tomorrow (Friday) can still see the Royal wedding.
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