Shropshire Council can provide a range of opportunities and materials to help school children and students to understand, value and enjoy Shropshire's wonderful history and heritage.
You can now access over 260,000 newly-updated archive catalogue records on this site and more will be added regularly. If you have any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01743 255350. May 2012
The Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society has an exciting programme of events taking place over the Winter 2013-14.
The Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society has reprinted Greenwood's 1827 Map of the County.
Saturday 8th March 2014: For the past 5 years, the Shropshire Caving and Mining Club and the Shropshire Mines Trust have been working to uncover the remains of a 19th century limestone mine at Pitchcroft, near Newport. This talk by David Poyner shows how
The Clwyd Powys Archaeological Trust is holding a Day School at The Gateway, Shrewsbury, to mark the retirement, after 25 years, of its Director, Bill Britnell. There is also a Celebratory Dinner on the evening before. The lectures will look at the arch
Saturday 12th April 2014: This walk takes in a medieval motte and bailey castle, the late 18th century canal and canal basin, and 19th-20th century pleasure gardens. Meet at the ice cream kiosk on the Mereside, OS map ref SJ 405 347. The walk starts at 2.