Wednesday 10th October First Race 2.10pm 7 Races • Thursday 25th October First Race 2.10pm 6 Races • Thursday 15th November First Race 1.05pm 6 Races • Monday 26th November First Race 1.10pm 7 Races • Wednesday 5th December First Race 12.30pm 7 Races • Wednesday 19th December First Race 12.40pm 7 Races Tanners Christmas Meeting Gates are open 2 hours before the first race. The first race times are subject to change, please check here or the Daily Press for any change.
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Our vision is for Shropshire to be alive with wildlife, loved by people and its wild places cherished.
Shropshire Wildlife Trust
Cares for 40 nature reserves, including woods, meadows and wetland bird havens
Welcomes people to its nature reserves
Campaigns for positive development that respects our natural environment
Encourages people to enjoy nature with walks, talks and events in town and country
Brings thousands of school children in touch with nature through school grounds projects and trips to nature reserves
Has local branches around the county
Involves volunteers in all aspects of its work
Our 10,000 members give us strength, making us an effective champion for local wildlife.
Please visit web site for detils of events around Shropshire
The trust was founded in 1991 to assist in the country, of all denominations, with repair and maintenance of their buildings. Many are of historic and architectural interest, often in small villages with tiny congregtions, there is no state funding, so that voluntary help is vital.
The Trust raises money to provide grants for churches in need, and The Open Gardens Scheme is one of the most effective ways it does this. In return for a modest charge visitors have the opportunity to see a wide range of interesting gardens, the proceeds being divided equally between the local parish church and trust.
Sunday 6th May Preston Hall, Sunday 13th May Westwood House, Sunday 13th May The Hurst, The John Osborne Arvon Centre, Sunday 20th May The Cidedal. Sunday May 20th Neen Sollars Garden Trail, Sunday 26th May Colemere & Lyneal Garden Trail, Sunday May 27th Gredington, Sunday 3rd June Bromyard Hall, Sunday 10th June Stokesay Court, Sunay 17th June Leighton Garden Trail,Sunday 24th June Petton Garden Trail, Sunday 1st July Golding Hall, Saturday 7th July Heath Gardens,
Sunday 8th July Heath Gardens, Sunday 15th July Harnage Farm, Sunday 15th July Cleobury Mortimer Garden Trail, Sunday 29th July Hook-a-gate, Sunday 29th July The Manor House Sambrook, Sunday 12th August Cardington Garden Trail, Sunday 2nd September Mynd Hardy Plants & Delbury Hall wallewd Gardens, Sunday 23 September Morville Hall Gardens
at Ludlow Food Festival…
we champion producers of real food and drink from Ludlow and across the Welsh Marches. 2018 will be the 24th Ludlow Food Festival held in the beautifully historic Ludlow Castle and around town.
Back again this year, the Oktober fest will be taking Shrewsbury by storm with 150 Real Ales, Comedy, Live Music and Amazing Food…. And dont forget the Huge lager bar, cider, and perry all topped off with prosseco parlours, gin den and mixology classes… throw in a farmers market, result THE perfect festival! On the gate prices FRIDAY: Adult £6, Child £3, SATURDAY: Adults £10 and Child £3, SUNDAY: Adult £6 Child £3
Adult: £6.00 – £10.00 ( Friday, Sunday £6 -Saturday £10 )
There is nothing quite like the Weekend of English Song. Ludlow is the perfect place for this rich feast of music performed by internationally acclaimed artists. In 2018 we ask the question: how English is English Song? Challenging our own self-definition, we offer a Celtic-flavoured weekend exploring connections between Britain and Ireland. Songs, choral pieces, chamber music, talks, discussions and film – all the ingredients that make up the Ludlow English Song Weekend will be there. New works and young composers will feature again, as will outstanding performers from both sides of the Irish Sea.
Imagine a weekend in beautiful historic Ludlow, immersed in the endlessly fascinating ?and beguiling world of English poetry and song, where songs centuries old and songs freshly composed are performed, investigated, discussed, and keenly listened to. It’s a rare and complete joy.
Sir John Tomlinson