Vicki's Secret Fundraiser

It started as a conversation between two people and ended up as one of the best days The Prince of Wales will ever see…

Most people in the area know The Prince of Wales, and if you know the pub you know the landlady. Vicki has been running the pub for over 10 years turning it around from a struggling backstreet boozer to a real ale heaven. During this time Vicki has battled a serious illness which has taken a bad turn in recent years, but this hasn’t stopped her doing more than her bit for the local community... read more

The Prince is hiring!

We’re looking for someone to join our bar team at The Prince of Wales, Shrewsbury. We’re an award-winning, family run, traditional pub found in Belle Vue specialising in real ale and we're currently CAMRA Shrewsbury & West Shropshire Pub of the Year. Various hours, including weekends, to be agreed upon if successful. To apply please email your CV to hello@theprince.pub or give Vicki a call on 07767 115705... read more

Christmas at The Prince

Looking for some where to enjoy this festive season with friends, family or colleagues? Why not try Belle Vue’s award-winning pub The Prince of Wales?

Shrewsbury & West Shropshire CAMRA’s Pub of the Year 2015 is the perfect place for a seasonal get together... read more

Joy & excitement for fans

This summer has been one of joy and excitement for Shrewsbury Town fans. Promotion was celebrated with gusto on a warm Saturday in the spring.

There was partying into the night (certainly in Belle Vue), with Town fans wearing the newly launched home and away shirts. Proudly wearing the returned “Loggerheads” crest, on true ‘Blue and Amber’ striped shirts.... read more

Rugby and Real Ale!

The Rugby World Cup 2015 is now well under way and what better way to spend it than watching it in the one of the best pubs in Shrewsbury with award-winning real ale. With every match on ITV we’ll be showing all the matches during our normal opening hours and with real ale starting from £2.90 you can't go wrong!.

We’ve picked out all of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland’s fixtures for you here...read more

Shove it, chuck it, toss it:
The Prince of Wales, Shrewsbury

How best to describe the Prince of Wales. The pubs own website suggests 'Hidden Gem', which seems entirely legitimate to me. It might even be described as Shrewsburys best kept pub secret, certainly it's a little off the beaten track, though we found it easily enough. Indeed the landlady of the B&B we were staying in seemed reticent recommending the Prince of Wales to us, something to do with it being her local!

It can be like that with a well-loved locals pub...read more

A thank you from Vicki...

A millions thanks for your generosity in my surprise fund raising day...read more

Join the car club!

Residents in the Belle Vue area ca now take advantage of a new ‘pay as you go’ driving initiative, courtesy of two local housing companies which wanted to say thank you to the local community.

Saxonby Homes and Floreat Holmes have been on site at Trinity Street in Belle Vue for several months now creating Besford Gardens, a development of 11 luxury home. Through its sponsorship they are offering 20 local residents free membership to Co-wheels Shropshire car club... read more

A Shrewsbury Town Museum?

Shrewsbury Town fans love their history. And down a back street in Belle Vue, a community pub can be found that not only embraces the club’s history, but has become a ‘mini-museum’ of STFC memorabilia.

The Prince of Wales has long been a home for Town fans who attend games down at Gay Meadow. Being within a short walking distance (just a stroll down Betton Street), the floodlights of the picturesque ground would come into view... read more

Shrewsbury pub voted best by real ale lovers

A pub in Shrewsbury has been named the best in the area by real ale lovers in a fiercely contested competition. The Prince of Wales in Bynner St, Belle Vue, has won the pub of the year award from Shrewsbury and West Shropshire CAMRA.

Members of CAMRA monitor the beer quality of pubs throughout the year and select nine out of the branch area’s 280 real ale pubs to be finalists in the pub of the year competition. Judges look for the quality of beer served, welcome and service, atmosphere, community spirit and support for real ale and cider... read more