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Premier of Past Lives: New film made from local community cine footage

17th September 2014

On Saturday, 20th September 2014 at 6pm, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust is hosting a one-off showing of Past Lives Ironbridge at Enginuity. This new film has been made from vintage community cine film of Ironbridge, Madeley, Jackfield, Coalbrookdale, Wellington, Broseley and surrounding areas from the 1950s onwards and will be shown with a live music performance.


Apley Cheshire Cheese Revived

16th September 2014

Originally made for Britain's fifth wealthiest man, the Apley Cheese has been revived after 58 years. Award winning in its day, it was made for the owner of one of Shropshire’s oldest country estates. The recreation of the cheese is thanks to a collaboration between Lord Hamilton, Apley Estate owner, Martin Moyden - cheese maker, and Rosemary Keen, the last person still alive to have made the cheese.


The Apley Taste Off

5th September 2014

Several local producers are lined up to offer customers at Apley Farm Shop near Shifnal free tasters of delicious food & drink on Saturday 27 September, 9.30-5.30pm.


Experience the virtual skies at Cosford

4th September 2014

Aviation fans can experience the virtual skies next month as the Flight Sim 2014 event heads to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford in Shropshire.


Get out and enjoy the Autumn sunshine!

2nd September 2014

The National Trust's Dudmaston Estate is inviting people to take the chance to embrace the new Autumn season by enjoying the outdoors at their estate.


Coast to Coast walk through the largest inland county in England

2nd September 2014

A new coast to coast path, The Cross Britain Way, from Boston in Lincolnshire through to Barmouth on the Welsh coast, is being launched this week. 57 miles of the long distance path will run through Shropshire - the most path miles of any of the counties on the route.


Free Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Festival

29th August 2014

The free Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Festival, which is supported by Telford & Wrekin Council, will be taking place this year on Saturday, 20th September 2014, with heritage talks and walks, a fantastic high quality craft and food market, live street entertainment and family activities from 12noon until 5pm. The day's events will be followed by an early evening premier of Past Lives at Enginuity in Coalbrookdale starting at 6pm.


MODERN RAIL ROYALTY, VINTAGE BUSES AND REAL ALE TAKE OVER THE SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY FOR ONE WEEKEND ONLY

26th August 2014

The beautiful surroundings of the heritage Severn Valley Railway (SVR) will play host to modern rail royalty, buses and beer during one jam-packed weekend.


Gorgeous Shropshire Christmas Craft Fair

26th August 2014

Experience the first taste of Christmas with a contemporary craft fair held at Enginuity, one of the Ironbridge Gorge Museums in Shropshire, on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd November 2014.


Take a 'Walk through the War' at Dudmaston

18th August 2014

The National Trust's Dudmaston Estate, is inviting visitors to come and experience the differing atmospheres of the years of WWI over the Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday, as they take the property back in time to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.



The Modern Olympic Games


The 2012 Olympic Mascot, Wenlock, was created to celebrate the fact that the modern Olympic movement all started in Much Wenlock, Shropshire.

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