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Launch of Shropshire Through Time Exhibition

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Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, School Road
Craven Arms
Shropshire
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As of Monday 24th July, visitors to Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre will be able to enjoy new interactive exhibits as well as the refurbished rotunda area and BRAND NEW panoramic film, all thanks to LEADER Funding. Building work has now begun on the rotunda area of the exhibition so sections of the exhibition will be closed to the public whilst the work is carried out. Ready for the Summer Holidays, bring the whole family to enjoy the fun activities throughout the exhibition and learn about the Shropshire Hills. Of course, you’ll need to say “hello” to the Condover Mammoth on your way in too!

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