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The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust has been awarded £1.86 million from the Government's Culture Recovery Fund to help its long-term recovery from the coronavirus lockdown.
The Ironbridge Gorge Museum’s Furnace Kitchen run by celebrity chef Marcus Bean has scooped a major award.
A Shropshire tourist attraction is to give away 4,000 tickets to residents in Telford and Wrekin as part of the Festival of Imagination that returns to the Ironbridge Gorge.
A huge public thank you to the region’s NHS, care and emergency workers by the Ironbridge Gorge Museums has been hailed a resounding success.
NHS, care and emergency workers and their families are to be given free entry to the Ironbridge Gorge museums as a special thank you for their work during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust has been awarded £500,000 by Arts Council England to help it recover from the coronavirus lockdown.
The countdown is on to the reopening of the Ironbridge Gorge Museums – and it’s already shaping up to be a massive success.
The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust is set to benefit from a pioneering land deal which sees profits from land sold for development in Telford re-invested into key projects across the Marches.
Horse racing fans heading to Ludlow in March will be helping to support a Shropshire charity’s £1m fundraising campaign.
Guests at a networking event in Ironbridge will hear about the history of the Museum of the Gorge when they meet this month.
As the race hots up to secure £1m Lottery funding, a Shropshire charity has taken on a new challenge for the new year - a team for the Ironbridge Half Marathon.
Hometyre, which was founded in Shropshire almost 20 years ago, is the latest firm to get behind a £1m fundraising campaign in the county.