Sunday 10th September 2017 in Shrewsbury's Quarry Park & on the Severn

 

 

What's on this year, in September 2017...

 

What happened previously??!

Sponsors

Morris Lubricants

Salop Computer Centre

Salop Leisure

Shrewsbury Town Council

sportsMODE pr & design

Team Shrewsbury

 

Exhibitors

Accutest Solutions

ESP Security

Flood Re

Girl Guides
Inland Waterways Association

Macmillan Cancer Support

National Trust Attingham Park

New Chapters Fostercare

Newport Canal Trust

RLSS River Safety

RNLI

Salop Leisure

SevernTEC Diving

Shrewsbury Canoe Club

Shrewsbury Street Pastors

Shrewsbury Town Football Club

Shropshire Fire & Rescue Service

Shropshire Wildlife Trust

STA Health & Safety

Telford Sea Cadets

West Mercia Police

 

Food & drink outlets

Albert's Shed

The Buttermarket

Cheshire Pie Company
Darwin's Creperie

Drink Up

Explorer Drinks

Indian Street Food

Ken's Icecreams

Nicky's Catering

Perfect Samosas

Prosecco & Gin

Zainz Catering

 

Entertainment

Adult Pirate Fancy Dress Competition

Boat rides on the Sabrina

Canoe demonstrations

Caravan headquarters c/o Salop
    Leisure

Charity challenge river crossing

Chicago Swing Katz Band

Children's Pirate Fancy Dress

    competition judged by Shrewsbury
    Mayor of Shrewsbury Cllr Jane
    Mackenzie

Climbing Wall

Coracles

Duck race

Fairground (Alan Stokes)

Safety boat demonstration

Stand up paddle boards

Shrewsbury Town FC (in the Community)

 

   with appearances & marshalling by Telford Sea Cadets

 

Postcode for Quarry Park:
SY1 1RU

 

Trade stands

Aloe Vera

Baked for You

Company of Hounds

Dirty Jeans Ltd

Glitter Buz

Glitterball face, tattoos and hair

Jennico Handbags & Scarves

Kenya Krafts

May Chan Hats & Balloons

Phoenix Greetings Cards

Rainbow Designs

Salop Computer Centre

Usborne Books

 

 

Thousands of people basked in the glorious sunshine as the Shrewsbury River Festival returned to the banks of the Severn. Around 7,000 visitors flocked to The Quarry for the pirate-themed extravaganza. A range of family-friendly events took place and visitors arrived in their fancy dress with a Fancy Dress Competition for the Best Dressed Young Pirates.

   Last year we lost Morris Lubricants' raft race, but we are proud to

 

announce that it's back - with a one-hour raft building workshop (ensuring that many raft racers on the untested rafts needed to learn

to swim well in advance), a duck

race, coracle demonstrations, live music and other entertainment, workshops and local craft & food

stalls from all over the county. The Quarry Park was an amazing spectacle, and river users joining in with the landlubbers on the banks.