• Film Reviews
    Baby Driver (Rated: 15)

    Love Bridgnorth’s film reviewer Charlie Pugh gives us his take on the latest gangster movie now showing at Bridgnorth’s Majestic Cinema; Weekdays: 5:30pm and 8:20pm Weekends: 3:10pm, 5:50pm and 8:30pm Baby (Ansel Elgort) is a young gangster getaway driver who listens to music to get over his tinnitus. When he meets the beautiful waitress Debora […]

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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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    St Mary’s St Open Gardens

    A chance to discover some of the hidden gems behind some of the handsomest houses in one of Bridgnorth’s loveliest streets. St Mary’s St Open Gardens event takes place on Sunday, 25 June. June. The street is closed to traffic, and there are lots of stalls offering food, books, plants, crafts; it’s a great atmosphere. […]

  • Film Reviews
    Wonder Woman (Rated: 12A)

    Now showing at Bridgnorth Majestic Cinema. Times: Weekdays: 5:00pm and 8:10pm Weekends: 10:50am, 2:00pm, 5:10pm and 8:20pm Here’s a review from Love Bridgnorth film reviewer Charlie Pugh. 99 years before she met Superman and Batman, the heroine that would later become the mighty Wonder Woman, Diana (Gal Gadot) was a young princess living on Themyscira,an […]

  • Local Arts
    Proms in the Pews returns to Bridgnorth

    Bridgnorth Sinfonia will be performing their ‘Proms in the Pews’ concert this year in St Mary’s Church, East Castle Street, Bridgnorth on Saturday June 10th. Conductor Dr James Ross will lead the players through a varied programme including Rossini’s Barber of Seville, Mozart’s Cosi fan Tutti and excerpts from Bizet’s Carmen sung by tenor Ian […]

  • Local Hero
    LitterPickers LocalHeroes

    Reason #86 of 💯 reasons to Love Bridgnorth ❤️. The litter pickers. There are a good number of these folk amongst us. Who quietly just get on with clearing up mess others leave behind to make sure our town and surrounding area stay lovely. They don’t seek attention or reward. But please like this to […]

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    Tractor Rally Tally

    Brilliant! Another reason to love this town of ours. Bridgnorth High Street filled with vintage tractors. Over 100 tractors drove in convoy around the beautiful spring Shropshire Countryside – and ended up on Bridgnorth’s Great British High Street winning High Street. Quite a sight to behold. #91 of 💯 reasons to ❤️Love Bridgnorth

  • Local Shopping
    Burwarton Show on a roll

    Well the much loved Burwarton Show was #94 of 💯 reasons to Love Bridgnorth ❤️. Started on 1891, the show attracts thousands of visitors, and is a great day out for locals and visitors to the area. The UK’s largest and award winning one day agricultural show. This year’s show will be on Thursday 3 […]

  • Local Hero
    Bridgnorth Carnival Saturday 24 June

    Reason #99 of 💯 reasons to Love Bridgnorth ❤️ is Bridgnorth Carnival and we are all very much looking forward to the 2017 Carnival which will be held on Saturday 24 June . Entries for floats and the walking are invited to get in touch at the Town Council Offices.

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