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The Weather in Shrewsbury
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Shrewsbury, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 21°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Making the most of your holiday letting in Shrewsbury
The county town of Shropshire, Shrewsbury, is steeped in history. Sitting on the River Severn, it has one of the largest collections of listed buildings in the United Kingdom. Its street plan has remained largely unchanged since medieval times, and a holiday letting here makes it easier to explore.
A step into Shrewsbury's history
Shrewsbury is a town steeped in history, from Shrewsbury castle, which was built between 1066 and 1074, to its collection of Norman, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian, and Art Deco buildings. There is something here to satisfy history buffs of every century. The town is also home to Wroxeter Roman City. Formerly known as 'Viriconium', it was once the fourth-largest Roman city in Britain. In Shrewsbury, you'll also find Ditherington Flax Mill, known as ‘the grandfather of skyscrapers’. It was the first building in the world to be built using an iron frame, the technique that paved the way for the modern skyscrapers we see today.
Family attractions in Shrewsbury
For guests looking to immerse themselves in Shrewsbury's history, look no further than Blists Hill Victorian Town. This outdoor living museum, where the staff dress in period costume, is a fantastic way to step into Shrewsbury's Victorian past. Another must-see is Enginuity, a design and technology centre where guests can indulge their curiosity about how their favourite things are built and work.
Regular events in Shrewsbury
Shrewsbury is also home to many exciting events. Depending on the time of year, guests can catch a celebration to enjoy with the locals. You can attend the Easter egg hunt in April, a Halloween haunted house tour in October, or the Christmas parade and Shrewsbury Winter Festival in December. Whatever you’re seeking, you’ll surely find it in Shrewsbury.
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