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Food. glorious. Food

20th June 2012

Shropshire Tourism has been approached by Optomen Television who is working with Simon Cowell’s production company SYCO TV on an exciting new food series for ITV1 called ‘Food. glorious. Food’.


RAF Museum crowned ‘Apprentice of the Year’ at Shropshire Business Awards

19th June 2012

The Royal Air Force Museum was delighted to be crowed winners of the ‘Apprentice of the Year’ category at the Shropshire Business Awards 2012. Held at The International Centre, Telford on Friday 15th June, the Museum’s Conservation Centre Deputy Manager Darren Priday and Apprentice Nathan Pugh attended as finalists in the ‘Apprentice of the Year’ category.


‘Air raids’ return to SVR’s 1940s Weekends - by public demand!

19th June 2012

IN WARTIME, the heavy drone of large formations of Luftwaffe bombers and the sound of bombs exploding struck dread into British hearts. But a decision to drop the simulated ‘Luftwaffe air raids’ from the Severn Valley Railway’s 1940s re-enactment weekends’ last year brought complaints from visitors - so they’re being brought back!


SVR ‘one of England’s top three tourism experiences’

13th June 2012

IT’S OFFICIAL - the Severn Valley Railway is one of the top three tourism experiences in England! The 16-mile Kidderminster-to-Bridgnorth steam heritage line which attracts up to a quarter of a million visitors each year, has landed the Bronze medal in the ‘Tourism Experience of the Year’ category of the English Tourist Board’s 2012 ‘Visit England’ Awards.


Bridgnorth goes carnival with railway station gala

12th June 2012

BRIDGNORTH STATION, northern terminus of the 16-mile Severn Valley Railway, goes carnival this weekend (June 16th & 17th) with its own special gala as part of this year’s celebrations to mark the line’s 150th anniversary.


The Severn Valley Railway: stops for elephants!

18th May 2012

EVERY morning for the past two weeks, the steam engine which has run from the Severn Valley Railway’s locomotive depot at Bewdley, to Kidderminster, to work the first passenger train of the day from the railway’s southern terminus, has been taking an unusually long time to get there. And the reason is, ‘the elephant stop.’


First the Duke - and now ‘Queen Victoria’ makes Royal visit to Severn Valley Railway!

15th May 2012

HARD on the heels of yesterday’s Royal Visit by HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG KCVO, the Severn Valley Railway moves to its main event in celebration of the line’s 150th anniversary this weekend (May 19th & 20th) – and the visit of HM Queen Victoria!


HRH Duke of Gloucester gives royal seal to SVR's 150th anniversary

10th May 2012

THE 150th ANNIVERSARY of the Severn Valley Railway is to receive Royal recognition, with the official visit to the Kidderminster - Bridgnorth steam heritage line by HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG, DCVO, on a day of special commemoration next Monday, May 14th.



Bikers raise thousands of pounds for local charity

4th April 2012

Almost 1,000 bikers from across the Midlands took part in the Bike 4 Life Easter Run last weekend in aid of two local charities. Raising money for the Midlands Air Ambulance and Royal Air Force Museum, bikers travelled on mass from Shrewsbury Meole Brace park and ride along the M54 to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford.



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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