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This year’s annual Shropshire Handmade and Creative Christmas Gift Fair will move outdoors at the Love2Stay resort in Shrewsbury this weekend, December 12 and 13, to comply with Covid-19 rules.
Shrewsbury Recovery Taskforce, made up of Shropshire Council, Shrewsbury Town Council and Shrewsbury BID, says that safety remains a top priority as many town centre businesses prepare to re-open in December.
A campaign to promote Shrewsbury as a vibrant and safe destination over the summer will continue throughout autumn and winter.
Shoppers have been praised for wearing face coverings in town centre shops - with officials pleased that “the vast majority” of people are adhering to the new rules.
The number of people visiting Shrewsbury town centre jumped by more than 65 per cent as many shops reopened.
Shrewsbury is open again and shoppers are being welcomed into the town centre with a variety of offers - including free parking in some car parks.
Free parking will be on offer, and park and ride services from Meole Brace extended to every 10 minutes, as part of a campaign to encourage more people to do their Christmas shopping in Shrewsbury.
Organisers of the annual Shropshire Handmade and Creative Christmas Gift Fair are planning to “launch this year’s festive season with a bang” on the weekend of November 23 and 24.
Mike and Victoria Davis launched their high-tech computer company in the Parade shopping centre, Shrewsbury one year ago – and they are celebrating their on-going success by launching some exciting and highly-popular gaming systems both in AMD and Intel.
Today we live in a world where you can order almost anything straight to your door… but Shrewsbury businessman, Harry Blugher, is changing the game with Same Day Trainers - his 90-minute delivery service of brand new trainers.
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