• Local Arts
    The A-Z Of Curious Shropshire

    Bridgnorth author John Shipley’s latest book, The A-Z Of Curious Shropshire has just been published. This follows on the heels of the successful The Little Book of Shropshire, and again John presents more fascinating stories about our lovely county. Featuring snippets such as a pub reputedly haunted by the ghost of John (Mad Jack) Mytton and […]

  • Film Reviews
    Dunkirk Rated: 12A

    The brilliant Dunkirk! Now showing at Bridgnorth Majestic Cinema.  Times: Daily: 2:50pm, 5:30pm and 8:10pm Review by Charlie Pugh. In the first year of World War II, the Nazis have trapped thousands of British, Belgium and French troops on the beaches of Dunkirk. As they close in it seems the troops are done for, but […]

  • Local Arts
    Bridgnorth Music & Arts Festival

    Now in its 12th year – Bridgnorth looks forward to hosting the popular Music and Arts Festival towards the end of August. The 10 day programme – which is Shropshire’s largest free festival, features live performances, communal viewing at open air cinema screenings, artwork, poetry and more as Bridgnorth comes alive for 10 days from […]

  • Local Hero
    Pool Campaign

    Bridgnorth’s community is rallying round to help make up a shortfall in refrubishment of the local pool – following the closure of the pool for 10 months. What happened: Bridgnorth’s leisure centre has been overseen by Bridgnorth Endowed School who have financial responsibility as part of the new Academy status in 2014. The school appointed Halo […]

  • Local Arts
    Come Rain or Shine….

    Professional theatre company Rain or Shine will be performing Shakespeare’s cross-gartered and hilarious cross-dressing comedy ‘Twelfth Night’ this summer. Mistaken identity, love, pride and alcohol set a host of much loved characters, including the a pompous yellow gartered steward Malvolio, hopeless romantics, drunken knights,  and fools galore abound in one of William Shakespeare’s most celebrated […]

  • Local Arts
    Acorn Antiques

    Did you just love Victoria Wood and Julie Walters in Acorn Antiques? Well if you did then this is a show not to be missed. The hilarious folk at Bridgnorth Musical Theatre Co are staging ‘Acorn Antiques – The Musical’ at the Birchmeadow Centre from 12 to 15 July. Written by Victoria Wood, it follows […]

  • Local Arts
    A New Flame

    Simply Red Tribute band comes to the Theatre on the Steps… With more than thirty Top 40 singles and several of the best-selling albums of the last four decades to choose from, ‘A New Flame’ brings the brilliant music of Simply Red to Bridgnorth’s Theatre on the Steps July on 21st & 22nd July. “Lead […]

  • Local Arts
    Bridgnorth’s Street Festival

    On Sunday 16 July Bridgnorth is set to become a mini Covent Garden, with buskers and performers lining the High Street. This brand-new free event is organised by 16 year old Tom Barras of Sunflower Music and will feature a mix of street musicians and singers and street entertainers plus craft and gift traders and a […]

  • Local Hero
    100 reasons to Love Bridgnorth – Video

    https://youtu.be/amtUvnMaLtM In the New Year of 2017, Love Bridgnorth posted 100 reasons to Love Bridgnorth – a celebration and reflection of what makes our town so special. Here is the compilation video – enjoy!

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    Open event at new engineering centre

    As part of the launch of the £3 million Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology (MCMT) here on Stanmore in Bridgnorth a large number of opportunities for young people will become available – and those interested are invited to an open event on June 30th event, from 1pm to 6pm. Visitors will be able to […]

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