Imagination Fest

A new 14-day festival showcasing the amazing story of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge’s past, present and future is taking place from Sunday 15 September.

From trails, street entertainment, exhibitions, demonstrations and performances to workshops and expert panels, the World Heritage Festival of Imagination 2019 is set to engage, excite, challenge and entertain audiences from far and wide. The festival will tell the story of the world-famous Gorge, its lasting impact on the world and the exciting possibilities for its future.

Organised by Discover Shropshire & Telford and Telford & Wrekin Council, and funded by the Arts Council, the festival will see businesses, community groups, schools and residents come together to take part in the celebrations. To find out more, visit imaginationfest.co.uk.

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