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The Great British Food Festival Food Festival Moves Home

The Great British Food Festival Food Festival Moves Home

28th March 2017

Popular Staffordshire event the Great British Food Festival has left its home for the last four years, Shugborough Estate, and moved to a new home at Weston Park, just on the Staffordshire and Shropshire border.
First Music Hall Evening at Blists Hill Victorian Town

First Music Hall Evening at Blists Hill Victorian Town

9th March 2017

Step back in time and go along to the first in a series of nostalgic music hall evenings, being held as part of the Ironbridge Gorge Museums’ 50th Anniversary celebrations, at Blists Hill Victorian Town on Friday, 24th March
Museum launches new Cold War Lunchtime Lecture series

Museum launches new Cold War Lunchtime Lecture series

2nd March 2017

On 17 March, the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford will be hosting the first Cold War Lunchtime Lecture of 2017 with a lecture entitled ‘Coping with Technological Uncertainty: Military Aircraft Procurement, 1945-1957’. In this lecture, Professor Keith Hayward, a consultant and writer on aerospace and aviation issues, will examine Britain’s military aircraft procurement process during the early period of the Cold War.
Model show returns to Cosford in April

Model show returns to Cosford in April

1st March 2017

The popular Shropshire Scale Model Show will be returning to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford on Sunday 2 April 2017.

Growing Day at Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre - Sunday 5th March 10am – 3pm

28th February 2017

As hints of Spring comes forth – so does our Growing Day. Join us for a day of potatoes, family fun and all things growing.
Ironbridge Gorge Museums celebrate 50th anniversary and opening of refurbished Museum of Iron

Ironbridge Gorge Museums celebrate 50th anniversary and opening of refurbished Museum of Iron

27th February 2017

2017 is going to be a significant year of anniversaries for Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge Museums as its not only 50 years since the founding of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust in 1967, but also 300 years since the death of Abraham Darby I, widely recognised as the man who started the Industrial Revolution.
Final call for food festival applications

Final call for food festival applications

27th February 2017

Closing date for exhibitor applications is Tuesday 28 February 2017
50 People to flip pancakes on the Iron Bridge Shrove Tuesday, Tuesday 28 February

50 People to flip pancakes on the Iron Bridge Shrove Tuesday, Tuesday 28 February

23rd February 2017

As part of their 50th anniversary celebrations staff at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust are organising a huge pancake flipping contest on the world-famous Iron Bridge.
The Land of Lost Content Book

The Land of Lost Content Book

23rd February 2017

Patrick Fly and The Land of Lost Content Museum owner Stella Mitchell need your help in creating a 272 page case-bound book celebrating the collection of the Land of Lost Content, a museum dedicated to ephemera.
Blists Hill Victorian Town receives top Gold VisitEngland  Accolade for its visitor experience second year in succession

Blists Hill Victorian Town receives top Gold VisitEngland Accolade for its visitor experience second year in succession

16th February 2017

Blists Hill Victorian Town, one of Shropshire’s 10 Ironbridge Gorge Museums where life over 100 years ago is recreated, has received the highest Gold accolade from VisitEngland in recognition of the quality of its visitor experience for the second year in succession.