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Returning for its third year running! Shrewsbury Winter Festival, with over 150 local food and craft stalls, festive music and so much more. Enjoy a glass of mulled wine, treat the kids in the kids zone, tuck into some festuve street food.

Wrap up warm and get yourself down to Shrewsbury, we have no doubt you’ll leave feeling festive.

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