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A woman was pulled from her car before having her engagement and wedding rings stolen during an early morning robbery in Telford yesterday.

Shropshire Council meets to discuss role in the future of Shrewsbury’s shopping centres

Shropshire Council’s Cabinet has met to discuss the council’s role in the future of Shrewsbury's Darwin, Pride Hill and Riverside shopping centres.
More than 300 people walked, ran or cycled as part of the Charity Fun Day

Charity Fun Day raises more than £18,000

The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust’s annual Charity Fun Day held on Saturday has raised more than £18,000.

Pre-season Match Report: Shrewsbury Town 2 – 1 Cardiff City

Shrewsbury Town continues to defy pre-season expectations by dispatching another Championship side on home soil.
Merill Holt received her award at Wimbledon

Tennis Shropshire volunteer Merill’s day to remember at Wimbledon

Merill Holt, Tennis Shropshire’s lead volunteer, enjoyed a special day to remember as she collected a prestigious award at Wimbledon.
The brake bridge created by Fabweld Steel Products for Bicycles By Design

Steel specialist rides into business with bespoke cycle manufacturer

A Shropshire steel fabricator has produced a series of miniature copies of Iron Bridge as a brake bridge for bespoke frames made by Bicycles by Design.
Steve Harris, Sentinel’s managing director

Sentinel Care Services to expand into north Shropshire

A company which provides care services for people in Shropshire has announced plans to expand its operation.
Ivan Watkiss, managing director of Coopers Gourmet Food

£1.2 million boost for business revealed by Marches Growth Hub

More than £1.2m in grant funding was awarded to Marches businesses in 2016/17 to help them grow and create jobs.

Entrants wanted in Shropshire for national Dementia Friendly Awards

Alzheimer’s Society’s National Dementia Friendly Awards are on the lookout for people in Shropshire who are improving the lives of those affected by dementia.
Selladoor Productions present Monty Pythons Spamalot

Theatre Severn to host spectacular spring musicals

Three major musicals are set to headline Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn this spring as the venue revealed it is to host Evita, Spamalot and Son of a Preacher Man.
The cast featured both junior and adult performers

The Arts Centre Telford enjoys successful run of gothic musical Jekyll and Hyde

More than 1,000 people packed out a Midlands theatre as a leading community arts school staged the latest in a series of summer shows.

Liverpool’s Red Rum Club plays Albert’s Shed

Red Rum Club is set to perform at Albert’s Shed in Shrewsbury on Tuesday, July 18th fresh from a recent tour supporting The Kooks.
Around 150 vehicles from the 1920s up to the 2000's will be on display all along the line

Classic Vehicle Day returns to Severn Valley Railway

Four-wheeled transport is set to steal the show at the Severn Valley Railway, as the attraction’s ever-popular Classic Vehicle Day returns.

Open auditions to be held for Theatre Severn pantomime

Talented girls from across Shropshire are invited for an exciting performance opportunity to appear in Theatre Severn’s Pantomime.

The Arts Centre Telford to perform Jekyll and Hyde this weekend

Jekyll and Hyde is set to be performed by The Arts Centre Telford at at Oakengates Theatre in Telford this weekend.
Gindifferent Bar will be one of Shrewsbury Market Hall's many food and drink venues that will be open

Shrewsbury Market Hall to become regular Saturday night food and drink venue

Shrewsbury Market Hall is to become a regular Saturday night food and drink venue following the big success of two recent late evening openings.
Adam Ashley and Joe Little with celebrity chef Nathan Outlaw, and other members of the judging panel, at the presentation of the ‘invention’ trophy and certificate

National recognition for young New College Telford chefs

Two young chefs from New College Telford have won a top prize in a national cookery competition.
Daniel Gibbons and Andy Doyle with their awards from 2016 including the Highly Commended award which they have retained for another year

Origins Restaurant at Shrewsbury College retains prestigious award

A Shropshire college’s commercial restaurant has retained its ‘Highly Commended’ Rosette award for a further twelve months.
Libby Gliksman has opened the Market Cookshop, in Shrewsbury Market Hall, as a boutique version of Oswestry’s famous Upstairs Downstairs

Upstairs Downstairs opens new cookshop at Shrewsbury Market Hall

A slice of “Britain’s Best Cookshop” has opened in Shrewsbury Market Hall as the daughter of a Shropshire cookware dynasty launches a new boutique version of the business.
Children's author Jude Lennon, who runs the writing workshops at the retreat

Shropshire writing retreat aims to expose hidden author talents

Indie authors from across the county and beyond will be heading to Whitchurch later this year to brush up on their writing skills.
Kate Ball with Jo Barry, a resident at Swan Hill Retirement Home - sponsors of Kate’s latest competition entry - was pleased to hear of her success

Shropshire model Kate wins another top national competition

Shropshire model Kate Ball has won another top national competition after being crowned crowned Miss British Isles Elegance 2017.
Chris Foster, BBA Director; James Roberts and Lynda Whitehorn from VTCT

National barber award for Shropshire student

A Shrewsbury College student has scooped first place at National barbering competition.
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