…..the heart of this historic south west Shropshire market town
The Town Hall is a venue for a variety of community activities and events. It’s a great location for exhibitions, music, talks and presentations, workshops, markets and specialist sales. With both the Market Hall and the Council Chamber in use throughout the year there is something for everyone going on at the Town Hall.
Every week on Mondays and Thursdays we have markets, offering a great choice of goods and fresh produce. Our specialist Saturday sales bring people from far and wide. We have a variety of local crafts on display as part of our local showcase.
We work closely with other venues in Bishop’s Castle to promote the wide ranging opportunities on offer in the town throughout the year.
Andrew Wood of the Shropshire Mines Trust will give am illustrated talk describing the history and development of the mine, the outstanding built heritage and some surprising benefits of an old industrial site. Tickets £5 to include refreshments and Dial-a-Ride … Read more
Join in the hunt to find 10 numbered images of eggs inside Bishop’s Castle Town Hall. Each Egg contains a code word. Fill in the codes on the sheet against the numbers and you could win £5. Entry Fee – 50p … Read more
Join Jenny Steel for an illustrated talk followed by Q & A. This will follow on from the Minibeast Wildlife Roadshow and will help those with a desire to build wildlife friendly spaces from the soil up. Jenny Steel is … Read more
Simon Kempston is an Edingurgh based singer-songwriter and leading acoustic fingerstyle guitarist. Join him for an evening of music, listen to him perform original, traditional and contemporary acoustic folk/blues songs. A well known face on the acoustic, folk and songwriting circuit … Read more
An exhibition by Julie Price (BA Hons 1st) & Georgina Shepherd (BA MA) This exhibition focuses on the hills of South Shropshire and its Welsh Borders. With its unique landscape and walking terrain, this diverse area has inspired two artists to … Read more
Join John Rimmer of the BC Railway Society for his illustrated talk telling the story of the Bishop’s Castle Railway and its contribution to the economy of the town. Tickets £5 to include refreshments and Dial-a-Ride bus. Tickets can be … Read more