Shropshire Market Towns have been awarded £167,000 of grants to encourage visitors after the flooding earlier this year and of course in the aftermath of Covid 19.
Smaller Market Towns have been granted £50,000 between them. They will each be able to receive a grant of up to £5000.
Craven Arms Town Council are going to spread their grant over several initiatives.
They want to improve access and provide a secure environment for both locals and visitors after Covid 19. Not sure how this works, sounds good.
There will be money towards Local Produce Markets this Autumn in October and November, I do miss our Craven Arms Farmers Markets.
Money will be granted to Festive Events and the Christmas Lights.
There will also be joint admission offers for visitors attractions. A Passport scheme for all three of our visitor attractions, The Land of Lost Content, Stokesay Castle and The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, would be good. It would be good to see this before the end of this visitor season.