Wenlock Games return

The 132nd Wenlock Olympian Games will take place over the two weeks from Friday 29 June to Monday 16 July, with competitions in archery, athletics, fencing, volleyball, netball, badminton, hockey, golf, tennis, cricket and football all taking place. There will also be a triathlon and a seven-mile road race. Most of the events will take place in and around William Brookes School, while the tennis, golf and archery will be based in local clubs.

The main day of the Games will be Sunday 15 July. Members of the public are invited to come and spectate as athletes compete for gold, silver and bronze medals. Presentations will be made by senior members of the Society as well as the High Sheriff of Shropshire Rhoderick Swire and Much Wenlock’s Mayor Cllr Graham Edgecumbe-Venning.

The full programme of events along with entry details can be found at

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