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 email@example.com or phone 01743 255350. May 2012
The Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society has reprinted Greenwood's 1827 Map of the County.
Saturday 20th September 2014. Roman Shropshire Dayschool (10.25am – 4.20pm). A one day meeting to review research into Shropshire during the Roman period. Speakers to include: Tim Malim, Andy Mann, Chris Swales, Peter Reavill, Jane Evans, and Roger Whi
The Churches Conservation Trust are coming back to Shrewsbury’s St Mary’s Church and hosting another abseil (as a result of our March event being so well received!) on Sat 13 September.
The Helping Hillforts and Earthwork Castles project aims to improve access to, and interpretation and conservation of a number of hillforts and earthwork castles with expert and volunteer help. The Archaeology Service, Shropshire Council, and the Clwyd-Po