Take a stroll across town and S-mile at our cartoons along the way!
The 2018 trail will be announced shortly; please check back for updates.
Here is the 2017 trail as a taster;
The S-mile trail meanders round Shrewsbury’s streets and can be seen in the windows. Go into the cafes to see more! Take the Cake Challenge: have a taste of delicious cake and a cuppa in all the participating cafes (or just try one).
Start the trail at;
Stop Cafe by Greyfriars bridge, then join Wyle Cop:
The Shrewsbury Cobbler
The Clip Joint
Cafe on the Cop
Appleyards- for cheese!
Left onto Milk Street and Belmont:
C sons – Specialising in Borders Farm Produce
Right onto Princess Street:
The Golden Cross, for all that is lovely and delicious
Ginger and Co, Special Coffee,, loose leaf teas and tasty local ingredients.
In the Music Hall:
Stop. cafe bar and coffee shop; home of great coffee and the best cakes
Write Here– Artists materials, now you are inspired!
OMH, for high (up) tea
To Market Street:
Off the square Cafe
Origins– freshly made food and friendly folk
Visual Arts Network
Arthurs- their own cakes
St Johns Hill:
St Johns Hill Dental Practice
Sports and Games (S’bury)
The Bird’s Nest Cafe, good vibes
Cook and Carve
To Claremont Bank;
The Loopy Shrew, Barry the Shrew’s favourite coffee stop
In Good Hands– Organic Whole-food cafe and venue
Dave Mellor Cycles
The Foundry in Theatre Severn: welcoming staff, coffee and cake with fantastic views of the river
A Stitch in Time
Up and Running
The Java Cafe
Particpate Artists Studios
Issaac’s Keep: Medieval themed eaterie and quirky retreat
Pengwern Books transformed into a cartoon and literary oasis
St Mary’s Place:
Aroma Tea and Coffee Merchants- Tantalising smells
The Parade- A shopwfront display of humour to discover
Setonaikai– Japanese foods
The Snug Cafe at the Parade- home made cakes and a terrace river view
Bill Leighton Studio
Carmar Tearoom– a classic tea break
Shrewsbury Coffeehouse – Live music and chat