Wildegoose Nursery and Twenty Twenty Gallery are jointly hosting two festive weekends in the beautiful surroundings of the Walled Garden at Millichope.
The Nursery and Tea Room will have a selection of gifts for gardeners and seasonal edibles. Twenty Twenty Gallery will be exhibiting prints, ceramics and gifts.
If there’s anything you ever wanted to know about food or cooking, but didn’t know whom to ask, read on…
Come and be part of the audience for The Kitchen Cabinet, BBC Radio 4’s culinary panel programme. Hosted by Jay Rayner the show is witty, fast-moving, and irreverent, but packed full of information that may well change the way you think about cooking.
You’ll have the opportunity to put your questions on anything and everything to do with food and drink to a panel of experts, and enjoy plenty of good-humoured conversation about cooking and eating.
Ed Strong use unique storytelling lyrical structures, indie guitar hooks, pounding drum beats and weird bass lines that offer no apologies for making you want to dance.
Juliet Falls were raised on psychedelia and rock ‘n’ roll. Hailing from the West Midlands, The 4 piece band have self-recorded and produced their new album which is set for release at the end of 2019. The band have been Described as “Mesmerising’ with their energetic live performances and anthemic songs. This is the band’s first show at this venue and promises to be a great night of live music.
******* between 10:00am and 5:00pm each day.
Maggie Humphry is one of three Broseley & Jackfield artists taking part in the Mid-Shropshire Artists’ second 2019 open studios weekend. Eight diverse professional artists based in mid-Shropshire are involved, giving people an opportunity to visit their studio spaces to see them working and discover what inspires their creative journeys.
Also an ideal opportunity to buy original artwork direct from the artists. Maggie will have an endless supply Christmas cards based on her book illustrations to hand, as well as an array of unique Christmas coasters.
Colleagues less than a mile away are Pip Jones (Broseley Wood) and Jan Park (Jackfield).
Our next Telford Repair Cafe is at Forge at The Wakes on the last Saturday of the month.
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With over 100 indoor and outdoor stalls, the Christmas Fayre is the ideal place to pick up gifts and festive food and drink.
Take a ride on the Miniature Railway, tuck into a delicious hog roast or enjoy a seasonal lunch in the Granary Brasserie.
Over in the Granary Bakery you can enjoy award winning coffee and festive bakes.
The House, beautifully decorated for Christmas will be open to explore and children can follow a trail to learn more about festive traditions and how these were celebrated at Weston.
Fayre: £2 per person
House Entry: £2 per person
Miniature Railway: £2.50 per person
Weston Park Annual Pass & Local Resident Members – free of charge
Dogs on leads are welcome.
**The Woodland Adventure Playground is closed for essential winter maintenance**
Please note: We don’t have a cash machine on site and not all stall holders are able to take card payment, therefore we recommend you bring cash on the day to avoid disappointment.
Join us for the wonderful Festive Shropshire Artisan Fayre on the 7th December
Join us to celebrate unique art, wonderful craft and fab food
This wonderful fayre showcasing some of the best of Shropshire’s art, craft and food producers. 30+ stands and a fabulous fresh food cafe. Going to bring a lovely Christmas Sparkle.
Fayre starts from 10am up to 2pm, free to enter and enjoy.
The Band From County Hell are an original Celtic Folk Rock fusion band with six critically acclaimed albums, and over 2000 live performances as part of their history.
Live gigs have seen them play from the smallest of venues to outside arenas and most notably their own show at The London Palladium. They have appeared with bands such as The Levellers, The Stranglers, UB40 and have been tour support to Stiff Little Fingers, Hayseed Dixie, The Beat and New Model Army.
There is no getting away from the fact that The Pogues are a heavy influence on this band along with a dash of Horslips and The Undertones. Their performances are high on energy sincerity and humour. Get on your dancing shoes! A great night out awaits you!
Shrewsbury based singer songwriter Vin Whyte will release his sixth solo album, but the debut under the moniker of First Mate, on 22 November 2019. For the gig at The Wakes he will be joined by additional musicians Adam Knight on keyboards & bass, Ian Fourie on drums & percussion and Jonathan Day on saxophone.
Recorded, mixed and produced by Whyte over four days in a disused office unit, the collection of eight songs present a variety of stories about murderers on the run in North Wales, austerity, memory loss, career choices, the notion of land ownership, a fortune teller, a psychopathic farmhand’s daughter and the ghost of a lighthouse keeper dodging flying golf balls.
Describing the concept behind First Mate and the recording process, the latter of which was deliberately raw and with minimal overdubs, Vin Whyte said: “The predominant musical influence in creating the songs on First Mate was a country and western compilation cassette, left behind in the tape player by the previous owner of a ‘99 Skoda Felicia I bought last year. It featured the likes of Martyn Robbins, Jim Reeves, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson and inspired me to take a stripped-back and heartfelt approach to the song writing and production on this album. This no-frills methodology proved to be the perfect way to channel what had been on my mind. There was no interweaving concept in the traditional sense, other than trying to get back to a basic and exposed sound in order to better express complicated emotions. The songs on my previous albums have featured implicit stream-of-consciousness lyrics”. First Mate consists of narrative-based fables, which are both surreal as well as inspired by real life.
Winter is set to cast a seasonal spell at Weston this December when Enchanted Weston weaves it festive magic. As dusk falls the natural beauty and wonder of Capability Brown’s Temple Wood is awakened with an illuminated trail through the ancient trees and woodland.
Enchanted Weston celebrates the beauty of the natural world, taking its inspiration from the cold crisp nights, the chill in the air and the joy of an illuminated forest experience. A rising mist over Temple Pool and the appearance of mysterious smoke rings will add to the intrigue as visitors embark on the half a mile walk.
Towering trees, historic landmarks and hidden surprises are all picked out in a wash of light and hues of colour.
Festive Fizz & Eats returns to the Stables Courtyard where visitors can warm up by the fire pits, toast marshmallows and enjoy fabulous street food, warming cocktails and live entertainment.
With Christmas around the corner, there is also the chance of a spot of retail therapy; a selection of handpicked local producers bursting with gift ideas feature in the festive pop-up market.
Enchanted Weston Ticket Prices:
£9 per person (under 4’s go free)
£30 family ticket (2 adults +2 children aged 4 -14 years)
Annual Pass & Local Resident Members:
£7 per person
£25 family ticket (2 adults + 2 children aged 4-14 years)
(Plus booking fee)
The Enchanted Weston Experience is available by advanced tickets only.
Entry into the walk is by timed slots every half hour from 5pm – 8pm, please select your chosen time slot when you purchase your tickets.
Life in the impoverished slum of Katwe is a constant struggle.
When young Phiona meets Katende, a soccer player turned missionary who teaches children chess, she is captivated. Recognising her natural aptitude and the fighting spirit she’s inherited from her mother, Katende begins to mentor her … and she advances steadilly through the ranks in competitions & tournaments.
Her mother isn’t too happy initially, but she comes to realise that Phiona has a chance to excel. So she teams up with Katende to help Phiona fulfil her potential, to escape a life of poverty, and to save her family.
Cert PG – 124 mins
Join us for our free family art and craft Saturday, where led by Kirsty you will be able to make crackers, decorations and cards – all very festive. If you are able to bring any favourite card that would be great but otherwise all other materials provided. Fresh food cafe will also be open for refreshments.
Born in France Claude Bourbon grew up in Switzerland, where he was classically trained for many years. He has performed and studied all over the world. Sharing shared the stage in Europe and the USA with countless musicians, Calvin Russel, Charlie Morgan (Elton John, Gary Moore), Jan Akkerman (Focus), Steve Grossman (Miles Davis), Herbie Armstrong ( Van Morrison) and many more.
He weaves his songs through the audience as if on a journey through life taking in different flavours of Europe and beyond. His Spanish medieval blues evolving into Gypsy, Eastern European, with a splash of Paco de Lucia, Delta Blues and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to catch him in Broseley before he tours the USA.
Our first Wedding Fayre of the season. Always a great opportunity to come and explore the different exhibitors showcasing their services within the Wedding Industry.
Take advantage of exclusive offers, discounts, giveaways and more!
If you are interested in exhibiting with us, please get in touch via email@example.com
Following the success of the 2018 Shropshire Kids Festival Telford, we are back at the Telford International Centre at Easter 2020.
What could be better than 3 HUGE halls of the Telford International centre filled with HUGE inflatables, nerf shootouts, Huge foam party, roller disco, tons of hands on arts and crafts, have a go music areas, toddler zones, messy play, sports zones, wipeouts and SO MUCH MORE….. oh and did we mention its included in the entry price of £4 adults, £7 toddlers (age 1 – 3) £15.00 per child (age 4 plus), we are SOOOOO EXCITED it’s going to FANTASTIC – Get your tickets NOW and save money!
We will be opening the gates at 9AM for VIP (booked online) visitors so BOOK EARLY as these spaces are limited!
Remember we will also be back in Shrewsbury Quarry Park in the sunshine on the 5th & 6th September 2020 bigger and better than ever before.