A laid-back family event, with live music and free drop-in art activities. Expect themed information stalls and art activities, plus a toy model railway, Lego and paper planes. Look out for The Ramblers, Shropshire Wildlife Trust, Shrewsbury Urban Sketchers, Shrewsbury Railway Heritage Trust, and the Shrewsbury Cycle Hub, who will be promoting all things bike related! Read on for more information...
Shropshire Cycle Hub
Shropshire Cycle Hub will be promoting all things bike related!
Look out for their gazebo just inside the Quarry entrance
Find out more about their Bike Repairs, Bike Sales and Rickshaws!
(NEW for this year, there will also be Rickshaws out on 19 June as part of the Open Gardens event)
Shropshire Area Ramblers
Find out more about this active, welcoming group.
Watch this space for footage of the Shropshire Way using a special 360-degree camera, courtesy of Shropshire County Council
Shropshire Wildlife Trust - Shrewsbury Branch
We will be showing 2022 video footage of Salmon leaping at the weir
Sarah Gibson (formerly SWT), our very own local wildlife author, has agreed to come along for a couple of hours in the morning of the event on Saturday 11 June for an info session and book signing of her recently published book about Swifts:
Swifts and Us: The Life of the Bird That Sleeps in the Sky
See also the Shropshire Love Nature Festival which is taking place from 23 July to 21 August
Shrewsbury Railway Heritage Trust
We will also have a toy train set for kids to play with, and lots of Lego to try and create the Darlington Brick Train by David Mach (1997). Incredibly this involved using 185,000 bricks!