Cheers to the outdoors!

Two events from Shropshire Festivals aim to make the best of the British summer. Shropshire Pub in the Park takes place on Friday 7 and 8 June at Telford’s QEII Arena. Shropshire Festival’s Beth Hayes explains, “We’re taking all the best bits about going to the pub – a fantastic range of drinks, awesome people to socialise with, great food and fun games – taking them outside to the sunshine, and magnifying the experience to festival proportions!”

There will be 150 real ales served up by local brewers, an extensive gin den, wine bar, cocktails, and street food featuring every kind of cuisine, washed down with live music, comedians and fun in the sun. For your ticket, visit shropshirefestivals.co.uk/pub-in-the-park.

Later in the month, Shrewsbury Food Festival takes place in the county town on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 June and this year features an even wider range of workshops, demos and of course food and drinks stalls – visit shrewsburyfoodfestival.co.uk for the full line-up and to book tickets.

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