SHREWSBURY CIVIC SOCIETY

SHREWSBURY CIVIC SOCIETY

Shrewsbury Civic Society is a not-for-profit, non-political organisation that seeks to maintain and advance Shrewsbury as a pleasant place to live and work in, with a built environment of the highest quality

It seeks to do this by:
– Providing a forum to consider the development of the town and the enhancement of its unique features
– Encouraging high standards in building development, restoration and renovation
– Monitoring and scrutinising planning applications to ensure they are suitable for a historic town
– Making suggestions to protect and conserve Shrewsbury’s irreplaceable building heritage
– Promoting the town’s long-term economy and encouraging interest in its unique heritage
– Promoting educational opportunities to learn more about the town and its history

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LATEST NEWS

Shropshire Bus Upgrade Project launched

Read the Chairman’s Annual Report

Check out our forthcoming events below

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

GHOULS, CRYPTS AND WHITE WALKERS

BONDING FOR BRICKS

13-22 September 2019

England’s annual celebration of local history, architecture and culture

Free Entry to the Bear Steps Hall
Free Entry to the Darwin Exhibition
Guided tours of the locality around the Bear Steps

24 October 2019 at 7 p.m.

A presentation on some of the strange and ghoulish happenings in Shrewsbury and environs are brought to the fore. Takes place at the same time as the Stranger Things art exhibition

BOOK NOW ON EVENTBRITE
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ghouls-crypts-and-white-walkers-tickets-61897582335

21 November 2019 at 7 p.m.

A talk by historian John Brown on the development of brick bonding from Tudor times to the modern day

BOOKING DETAILS

To be confirmed

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

13-22 September 2019

England’s annual celebration of local history, architecture and culture

Free Entry to the Bear Steps Hall
Free Entry to the Darwin Exhibition
Guided tours of the locality around the Bear Steps

GHOULS, CRYPTS AND WHITE WALKERS

24 October 2019 at 7 p.m.

A presentation on some of the strange and ghoulish happenings in Shrewsbury and environs are brought to the fore. Takes place at the same time as the Stranger Things art exhibition

BOOK NOW ON EVENTBRITE
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ghouls-crypts-and-white-walkers-tickets-61897582335

BONDING FOR BRICKS

21 November 2019 at 7 p.m.

A talk by historian John Brown on the development of brick bonding from Tudor times to the modern day

BOOKING DETAILS

To be confirmed

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