The sponsor of the Salop Leisure Football League, which was launched last season, has praised the officers, clubs and match officials for making the new venture a success.
Fish weighing more than 3,130lb were caught during a doubles competition at a popular Shropshire fishery and holiday park at the weekend.
The Doubles Festival was the first competition held at Spring Lea Holiday Park and Fishery under the new ownership of Shrewsbury-based leisure company, Salop Caravans Sites.
One of the UK’s leading leisure companies is supporting the regeneration of a well known Shropshire cricket club.
Shrewsbury-based caravan, motorhome home dealership Salop Leisure has agreed to sponsor Wroxeter & Uppington Cricket Club which is bouncing back after a couple of difficult seasons.
Award-winning Shrewsbury leisure company Salop Leisure has announced exciting expansion plans which include diversifying into the manufacture of glamping pods and lodges, creating up to 40 jobs over five years.
The company, which has more than 200 employees, is seeking planning consent from Shropshire Council to extend its business on land adjoining its Emstrey headquarters by erecting two portal-framed buildings for caravan repair, maintenance and manufacturing.
Fifty six teams from 29 clubs will be competing in a new format of six divisions of the Shrewsbury and District Senior Citizens Bowling League this season, which started on June 3.
A shortage of players has resulted in the withdrawal of Bishops Castle B, Crescent, Hadnall B, Llanrhaeadr B and Shelton A, B & C but the league has gained three four new teams from Atcham, Albert Road, Battlefield and Castlefields.
Shrewsbury’s Mayor Councillor Julian Dean marked English Tourism Week - May 22-31- by visiting successful leisure company Salop Leisure.
Cllr Dean was given a guided tour by chairman Tony Bywater of Salop Leisure’s award-winning caravan and motorhome dealership in Shrewsbury as well as the company’s multi-million-pound Love2Stay resort, where he met general manager Chris Skitt
Shrewsbury Cricket Club has been bowled over by a new two-year sponsorship deal with an award-winning town business.
Salop Leisure has agreed to sponsor Shrewsbury’s coloured kit, having previously supported a popular annual Twenty-20 Tournament involving Shropshire clubs. The company also has an advertising board on the club’s London Road ground.
Two Shropshire businesses, Salop Leisure and Dulson Training, have teamed up to ensure that new owners have the correct driving licence and skills to tow a touring caravan and drive a motorhome.
Before selling a brand new or pre-owned touring caravan, award-winning Shrewsbury caravan and motorhome dealership, Salop Leisure, ensures that buyer is legal to tow.
The managers of a five star caravan holiday home park on the Shropshire/Powys border are expecting a busy year now that Covid-19 travel and tourism restrictions are being lifted.
Russell Midgley and Nikkole Pedder took over as managers of the picturesque Seven Oaks Holiday Home Park at Coedway, between Shrewsbury and Welshpool, on March 1 last year, shortly before the first Covid-19 lockdown.
A leading Shropshire touring caravan park has added a second national title to its growing list of honours after being judged the best site in the UK for motorhomes.
The lofty accolade has been bestowed on Ludlow Touring Park by Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome in their annual Top 100 Sites Guide, which was supported by 7,000 caravan and motorhome owners this year.