• Local Shopping
    Bridgnorth, High Streets, GBHIGHST, Retail
    Love Bridgnorth getting traders together

    Bridgnorth traders are being urged to attend a first-of-its-kind meeting which aims to raise the profile of the town and boost visitor numbers. The event, to be held at The Shakespeare Inn on August 30, has an agenda covering a range of initiatives and will address some of the challenges facing British High Streets. Proprietors […]

  • Local Hero
    community, Bridgnorth.
    70 years for Willey

    Around 50 people attended a special party to mark the 70th anniversary of Willey Village Hall, near Broseley at the weekend… The hall was opened on July 31 1948 by Princess Alice, last surviving granddaughter of Queen Victoria, and has since been used for a range of community events, family parties, club meetings and celebrations. […]

  • Food & Drink
    food, Shropshire, Bridgnorth. wine, ale, chef, award
    Pheasant Neenton in running for top award

    We’re pretty good here in Bridgnorth at winning awards: Britain in Bloom, Roobarb with numerous British Independent Retailers awards, Shropshire Business Awards for Grainger and Worral, David Dexters and Bridgnorth Aluminium and of course the Great British High Street…. Now it’s the turn of the The Pheasant at Neenton – shortlisted as a National Finalist […]

  • Local Hero
    Balloon, Bridgnorth,
    From council estate to ‘Living Legend’: Bridgnorth balloon pioneer honoured

    Story by  Marion Brennan Shropshire Star, Picture: @Mirja_Geh He pioneered the use of hot-air balloons as an advertising tool and masterminded Sir Richard Branson’s various world-record attempts in a flying basket.Now Mike Kendrick’s contribution to the industry has been recognised with his induction into the Living Legends of Aviation organisation – joining the likes of Apollo 11 […]

  • Love Bridgnorth
    social, prescribing, medical, Bridgnorth
    Social Prescribing comes to Bridgnorth

    Organisations and groups who provide services or activities in Bridgnorth that benefit peoples’ health and wellbeing, are invited to come to an event in the town on Wednesday 22nd August. The Social Prescribing information and sharing workshop will be hosted at Castle Hall on West Castle Street, Bridgnorth from 12:45 pm to 3 pm. Attendees […]

  • Local Hero
    Amazing Bridgnorth Marathon Runners

    Bridgnorth is fielding a strong set of runners at this weekend’s London Marathon. A total of 10 people from the town will be travelling down to the capital to compete in the event. Gemma Brown, Lauren Draper, Bill Hammerton, Jennie Oxley, Matt Spinks, Martin Summers and Nina Twigger, as well as Bridgnorth legend and honorary […]

  • Love Bridgnorth
    Worfield school joins fight against plastic

    Svalbard Calling Ex-Worfield school pupil Jess Grimsdale returned to her former primary school last week to promote her forthcoming research expedition to  Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Circle. Jess, 24, who graduated from Falmouth University School of Art in 2016 and still lives and works in Falmouth as a professional illustrator, will be […]

  • Love Bridgnorth
    Stunning Snowdrops

    We’ve selected 6 local snowdrop walks around the Bridgnorth area starting this weekend….. 1. Attingham Park The woodland floor of Attingham Park transforms into a stunning carpet of snowdrops during our snowdrop season. Best place to see the snowdrop displays is in the woods around the Mile Walk. From late Jan. 2. Dudmaston Enjoy a […]

  • Local Hero
    Charities benefit from Bridgnorth 10k race

    Pictured from left, Gemma Brown of Cameron’s Fund, Jean James of Bridgnorth Running Club,  Julie Roberts of Bridgnorth Running Club and Liz Bird of Bridgnorth Food Bank Two Bridgnorth charities have been boosted thanks to the town’s annual 10k road race. Organisers Bridgnorth Running Club have just donated £1,000 raised at the popular event, held […]

  • Local Arts
    West End & Bridgnorth Sings for Rupert exceeds Expectations

    The huge event held in St Leonard’s Church last Sunday attracted a sell out audience and raised over £18,500 for the charity Rupert’s Revenge. A local ‘Ruperts Choir’ made up of keen amateur singers joined with West End stars Erica Ann Deakin, Jeremy Secomb, Rob Houchen, Karen Evans, Chris and Lucy Key and Laura Tebbutt […]

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