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Join us for an evening of music with Mozart Violin Concerto no 4,soloist Laura Browsell, Overture Magic Flute and Beethoven's Smphony no 4.
Date: 29th March 2019
Let’s hear it for the Mums! Spoil your Mum this Mothering Sunday with an indulgent four course Sunday lunch in the idyllic Shropshire countryside at Goldstone Hall Hotel! Mums can enjoy a sumptuous and seasonal meal inspired by Goldstone’s one acre kitchen garden, including not one, but two choices of dessert from their famous pudding trolley! As well as their seasonal menu with vegetarian options, they also have a highly impressive wine list for Mums who want to completely relax. Sunday lunch isn’t complete without a walk and the award winning Goldstone gardens offer the perfect place for a post lunch preamble. Booking is essential for Mothering Sunday at Goldstone Hall Hotel which falls on Sunday 31 st March 2019. To enquire, or make a booking, or for any further information, please contact Goldstone Hall Hotel on 01630 661202 or email [email protected] Let’s hear it for the Mums! Spoil your Mum this Mothering Sunday with an indulgent four course Sunday lunch in the idyllic Shropshire countryside at Goldstone Hall Hotel! Mums can enjoy a sumptuous and seasonal meal inspired by Goldstone’s one acre kitchen garden, including not one, but two choices of dessert from their famous pudding trolley! As well as their seasonal menu with vegetarian options, they also have a highly impressive wine list for Mums who want to completely relax. Sunday lunch isn’t complete without a walk and the award winning Goldstone gardens offer the perfect place for a post lunch preamble. Booking is essential for Mothering Sunday at Goldstone Hall Hotel which falls on Sunday 31 st March 2019. To enquire, or make a booking, or for any further information, please contact Goldstone Hall Hotel on 01630 661202 or email [email protected]
Date: 31st March 2019
An Evening with Tom Jones - Rediscover his music in hit after hip-rocking hit! Relive his transformation from 60s sex symbol to 70s icon, to his career rebirth in the early 2000s and the legendary status he has today. An exciting and nostalgic journey celebrating the voice and the star, prized all over the world. Starring the age-defying voice of Daniel Chettoe, best known for his outstanding vocal performances on Britain’s Got Talent. Wide collars and tight trousers are back so Ladies, warm up those hips for shaking and Gents, bring along your dancing shoes… it’s time to be Burnin’ Down the House! 3 Course Dinner with Tribute Show & Disco - £29.95 per person We have a special accommodation rate for anyone attending the event which is £89.00 Bed & Breakfast based on two people sharing. To book please call our events planner Hannah on 01948 841769 or alternatively email [email protected]
Date: 5th April 2019
NEW for 2019! We are delighted to confirm that Classic Shows will be launching the Easter Motor Show at Weston Park. Taking place on Easter Sunday 21st and Bank Holiday Monday 22nd April the show will feature a stunning collection of classic vehicles, trade stalls, a craft marquee, modern vehicle dealerships showcasing iconic brands and a special Classic Commercial theme. The Easter Motor Show will be located upon the front lawns of Weston Park, a Grade I listed country home set amongst 1,000 acres of Capability Brown landscaped parkland originally built for Lady Elizabeth Wilbraham in 1671. Offering a spectacular day of motoring heritage ideal for enthusiasts, day trippers and families the event will feature an exciting range of vintage, classic and modern classic vehicles displayed on the basis of age (pre-60s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90 – 04) and type (sports and convertibles, kit, custom and replica, American and electric vehicles) plus a number of club stands and displays. The classic bike section will feature a number of vintage and classic motorcycles on display including the likes of BSA, Norton and Velocette right up to modern marques, racing and off-road bikes. The show will also include a classic commercial theme featuring an exclusive display of commercial vehicles. There will be a full vehicle concours overseen by leading commentator and vehicle enthusiast Les Clayton. Awards will be presented for a range of categories and culminating in the Pride of Ownership, Club of the Show and Car of the Show awards. Each participating vehicle exhibitor will also receive a complementary commemorative plaque. Add to this trade and autojumble stalls, children’s entertainment, modern car dealership stands, quality food, drink, ice cream and responsible bars – what’s not to like? For more information, visit: http://www.classicshows.org/easter-motor-show-sun-21-mon-2…/
From: 21st April 2019
To: 22nd April 2019
Field to Fork is festival event that celebrates and explores the story of our food, today and in the future.Come along to find out what we are up to. And perhaps sample some wonderful food and a drink or two. The festival will illustrate the journey and all of the aspects and industries involved in making our food great.
Date: 4th May 2019
The team behind the hugely popular annual Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival have launched their long-walks programme for the 2019 festival. The event, running from 4 - 12 May, is offering more than 50 FREE walks over nine days, making it probably the biggest in the West Midlands and one of the best in the country. The festival offers a number of ‘themed’ walks ranging from two to 21 miles covering a whole host of topics from the wonderful landscape and geology of the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site to the wildlife that inhabits The Gorge’s ancient woodlands. The walks are graded in terms of suitability for walks for everyone through to walks for experienced countryside walkers. Long Walks Programme The festival is offering a number of long walks for 2019 with five walks of more than 20 miles and six walks of more than 15 miles. The long walks include The Wrekin and a Rifle Range, taking on some of the less well-known paths on this famous hill, and The Gorge by Rail, a linear walk starting and ending at a railway station and passing through the World Heritage Site. These routes are aimed at more experienced walkers with the aim of providing a challenging but enjoyable day out. They range in length from 12 to 21 miles and mainly involve walking away from roads; some include steep ascents. Walkers will also need to carry enough food and water for the whole day. There is also an opportunity to complete the 50 or 100-mile challenge in the nine days by completing the series of daily long walks. Some of these comprise two walks of approximately six miles each, with a break to allow time for lunch in Ironbridge. The full Walking Festival programme, which will include shorter walks for families, themed wildlife walks, wellness walks and walks to music, will be published later in the year and a leaflet available early 2019. All walks are free; however, pre-booking is essential as numbers are limited to a maximum of 20 people. Well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome on some walks, but please check before booking. To reserve a place or request a copy of the programme contact the Ironbridge Visitor Information Centre by email at [email protected] or call 01952 433 424. For more details about the walks visit www.ironbridgewalking.co.uk or email [email protected].
From: 4th May 2019
To: 12th May 2019