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Volunteers are back on the streets of Shrewsbury on a mission to help visitors get the best of what the town has to offer.
Shrewsbury has retained its Purple Flag status - an accreditation which recognises the town’s vibrant night-time economy while adding layers of safety and promoting the wellbeing of visitors.
Businesses in Shrewsbury are being encouraged to help make the town a sea of colour for a celebratory summer.
As an increasing number of people look to take advantage of the beautiful English countryside, holidaying in the UK is on the rise.
The TimeOut glamping holiday concept which began in Denmark and is now popular at selected campsites across Europe is set to arrive in Shropshire in time for summer breaks.
The boom in UK staycations has prompted the award-winning Love2Stay resort on the outskirts of Shrewsbury to invest a further £1.5 million in a new development of luxury glamping lodges ready for Easter.
The customer journey to holiday home, luxury lodge, touring caravan or motorhome ownership will be explored at a major spring show in Shropshire later this month.
Shrewsbury traders are being encouraged to join the town’s “alfresco summer” with roads being free of traffic at weekends.
Mid Wales branch of The British Holiday & Home Parks Association (BH&HPA), which represents 3,000 holiday, residential, tenting, touring and glamping parks across the UK, has a new director.
The Lord-Lieutenant of Shropshire, Anna Turner has praised the success of Shrewsbury-based leisure business and the contribution it makes to communities across the county.
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