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The local area guide to living in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury is a vibrant market town in Shropshire, located on the River Severn. There are over 660 listed buildings around the town that are of medieval origin, including a wide range made from timber framing, which was archetypal of 15th and 16th century architecture. Along with its medieval aesthetics, the abundance of flowers around town are something of a local trademark.

The Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery recently opened in 2014, and is dedicated to the local area and history of Shrewsbury and Shropshire. There are a number of exhibitions that are held here at different times of the year, and it has had very favourable reviews. The Quarry Park is a 29 acre parkland, and plays host to such events as The Carnival, Shrewsbury Regatta, and Dragon Boat Racing. There are also two World Heritage Sites; the incredible Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, and the Ironbridge Gorge, both being ideal places to bring the whole family for the day. Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, at the Mount House in 1809, and he spent much of his youth in the gardens there, beginning his true love for nature.

Information about the local residents

Shrewsbury has around 72,000 people living there, with 68.7% of those being Christian, followed by 22.8% with no religion. 98% of residents are classed as white, with Asian or Asian British making up 1% of the population. Shropshire is a generally healthy town, with 35% asserting that they are in good health, and 13.5% claiming fairly good health, while only 5% say they are of bad health.

Nearby schools

For primary schooling, Belvidere Primary School, St Peter's CE Primary and Nursery School, and Radbrook Primary School are the options available in Shrewsbury. There is then, for secondary schooling, Meole Brace School, which is a specialist science college, and Sundorne School, which has a strong focus on sports. At Shrewsbury Sixth Form College there are a number of further education courses on hand, including A Levels and BTEC courses, while Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology has a multitude of vocational courses to choose from.

Getting around

There are a number of bus routes that operate in and around Shrewsbury, and the Park and Ride scheme encourages residents to park their vehicles in free car parks to ease traffic. There are 5 different railway lines that allow access to Crewe, Birmingham, Cardiff, Shropshire, Hereford, and more. The northbound motorway can be accessed from the A5, which also connects to the M54.

Links to international airports are easily available, with Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester airports all within a few hours’ drive. There are also rail links that connect to Birmingham and Manchester airports.

Local shops

Shrewsbury is home to many independent stores and boutiques. The Market Hall not only has fresh produce from local farmers, but arts, crafts and vintage items, as well as a host of other unique products. The Parade is a popular shopping centre, with 30 independent stores, and those looking for more familiar outlets can head to the Darwin Centre and the Pride Hill shopping malls.

For dining and drinking, Shrewsbury offers a wide range to suit a variety of tastes. The Boathouse is a beautiful riverside pub that comes complete with European bistro menus, and The Armoury can be found further up the riverside. Three Fishes Inn is an eye catching Tudor pub, dating back to the 16th century, serving up a great choice of real ales and lagers. The Loch Fyne Restaurant, located on Market Street, has a lovely seafood menu with a British twist, and is set in a cosy contemporary space.

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