Our final Netwalk of the year, and back by popular demand the October Netwalk leaves the Shrewsbury College (English Bridge campus, Abbey Foregate, SY2 6AA) car park at 5:15pm where we will follow a 4 mile walk along the river crossing the seven bridges on the Severn. Stopping at The Salopian Bar for a drink […]
The September netwalk leaves Shrewsbury College (Welsh Bridge campus, Priory Road, SY1 1RX) car park at 6pm where we will follow a 3.5 mile walk following the river through Mountfields and Frankwell and on to Kingsland where we will finish at the Boathouse pub for a drink
Our August Netwalk takes us to Lyth Hill. This walk is 5 miles and starts at the Beeches Pub (Lythwood Road, SY3 0NT) and explores the beautiful Lyth Hill area using the Shropshire Way path. Returning to the pub for a drink at the end. This walk has some gentle elevation but is moderate
Our July Netwalk takes us further afield for a trip around the Wrekin (not over). Meet at the Wrekin carpark this 4 mile trip follows the path around the Wrekin base path we will finish with a drink at the local Buckatree hotel.
Our June Netwalk leaves from Kingsland Bridge at 6pm where we will follow the Shropshire Way out to pretty Holy Trinty Church at Meole then travel through Reabrook valley nature reserve and on to Coleham where we will have a drink at the Coleham Tap pub before heading back along the river to complete our […]
Our May Netwalk leaves Shrewsbury College (Welsh Bridge campus, Priory Road, SY1 1RX) car park at 6pm where we will follow a 4 mile walk following the river and via Doctors Fields to Copthorne stopping at the Beacon pub before making our way back to town via Porthill Bridge.
Our First Netwalk event in April leaves the Corbett Arms pub (Uffington SY44SN) at 6pm where we will follow the Shropshire Way path to Haughmond’s viewing point for a possible sunset before travelling toward the Abbey and back via the Shropshire way to the pub for a drink. Just under 4 miles but with a […]
Join us for our annual Christmas Party and networking where we will be announcing the winners of the town’s Christmas Window competition and launching our events programme for 2024.
We are returning to the Flaxmill the first iron-framed building in the world, described as “the grandfather of skyscrapers” to take a look around and see how the renovation work has progressed. We will then enjoy refreshments and a talk from new members and event sponsors Start Tech. The evening will then end with a […]
We’ll be serving cheese and wine at our evening with Lezley Picton where she will provide her annual update to the Chamber and answer questions from the room.