Shaftesbury business owners will be shown how to identify new growth opportunities when an innovation expert shares her inspiring stories.
More creative and sustainable living fairs will be held at Springhead following the success of the inaugural event on Bank Holiday Monday.
Final preparations are underway for the Shaftesbury Food and Drink Festival on Sunday, 12th May. James Thrift is one of the event’s organisers and he’s promising a full range of fun activities, starting at 10am.
On Thursday, visitors to Shaftesbury Library will be offered a glimpse into life in our town around 100 years ago when volunteers from Gold Hill Museum show photographs and share stories from their ‘Shaftesbury Remembers’ Great War project.
Two of Shaftesbury’s longest-established folk music performers, husband and wife group Tattie Bogle, will perform at their first Shaftesbury Fringe this July.
St Peter’s is a beautiful church, which offers a quiet place of peace and reflection a few steps away from the bustle of Shaftesbury High Street. But on Saturday 11th May, this space will be filled with music and dance.
Shaftesbury’s Sunday shoppers have been treated to an unexpected Morris dancing display. A group of musicians and dancers from Plymouth Morris put on the free show while breaking their homeward journey to Devon.