Things To Do In And Around Shropshire
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For a family day out, why not try a Live the Adventure Family Adventure Day. Our new affordable family adventure days allow you to come and join in with other families for a fun and challenging day of non-stop activities. Minimum booking 1 adult and 1 child.
Date: 19th April 2017
Join a drop-in tile decorating workshop between 10am and 3.30pm and try the tube lining technique to produce your own ceramic masterpiece; you could make a collection of coasters, a circular door plaque or a gift for a loved one on a heart shaped tile. Activities vary from day-to-day; tiles cost from £5 each and can be fired and sent home later for a small extra charge to cover postage and packing. It takes up to 1½ hours to decorate your tile so last admission to the workshops is 2pm.
Date: 25th April 2017
We are holding a special dinner hosted by Ott Bryan "Gin Master" from Taste at No.1 Ludlow. A specially prepared 5 course tasting menu by our award winning Chef Karl Martin will be matched by Gin cocktails carefully selected by Ott Bryan. Full payment will be required with booking, there are limited spaces available so book early to avoid disappointment. £75 per person (Dinner and 6 Gin Cocktails)or £300 per room Dinner, Bed and Breakfast for 2 Adults
Date: 28th April 2017
57 different guided walks made up of two different events in one; it offers 32 'themed' walks ranging from 2 to 10 miles, and 25 walks which are longer and for the more experienced walker. There will be a social evening on the Saturday 6th May with hog roast and Ceilidh at the Victorian Hall Broseley 7.20pm.Book in advance for social event £12.50 each visit www.ticketsouce.co.uk/date/330406;
From: 29th April 2017
To: 7th May 2017
Shropshire's newest and the UK's most unique running event is coming to Oswestry, begining and ending at the Sculpture Park. Visit the website for more details.
Date: 30th April 2017
Bob, a sheep farmer and former officer in The Life Guards, has travelled extensively in Africa and Asia documenting ancient horse games. He says "A lot of these horseback sports are dying out before they have been recorded, this is a great shame because a lot of their culture dies with it.” Bob’s interest in the ancient games has stemmed from riding and working with horses for most of his life. He is an intrepid traveler with some hair –raising tales to tell!! If you are interested in horses and different equine cultures, this is for you. We hope that many of our riders, volunteers & supporters who are unable to make evening events will be able to come to this one.”
Date: 3rd May 2017