Facebook holiday snaps could threaten your insurance claim

Posting holiday photos on Facebook while away or broadcasting travel dates could be putting policy holders insurance at risk!

Favourite childhood board games revealed

Monopoly has been voted the board game adults from the West Midlands most enjoyed playing as a child.

Telford nursery to raise awareness of food allergies

A Telford nursery chain is helping to raise awareness of child related food allergies by hosting an allergen free baking afternoon.

Shropshire students make a fuss of school dogs on national celebration day

As children across Shropshire look forward to getting home and spoiling their pets as part of a national celebration, pupils at one Shropshire school don’t have to wait until home time.

Stylists prove they can cut it with the best

Trainee hair stylists from Telford College of Arts and Technology pitted their skills against some of the best in the business at one of the industry’s top competitions.

How did you choose the date of your wedding?

A Shropshire wedding venue is researching why couples choose the date of their wedding.

Shropshire care company to host dementia service web chat

People with questions about dementia are being urged to take part in a live web chat with Shropshire experts as they launch a new specialised dementia service.

Asian art treasures waiting to be discovered in Shropshire says expert

The discovery of two Chinese cinnabar lacquer antiques valued at up to £12,000 at a Shropshire property demonstrates that there are Asian art treasures waiting to be identified in the county.

Shrewsbury Lions to host “Message in a Bottle” event

Shrewsbury Lions will be in Shrewsbury’s Square on Thursday 9 April from 9am to 4pm as part of “The Lions Message in a Bottle” campaign.

Are kids outdoor activities becoming a thing of the past?

More children are growing up without experiencing simple outdoor pleasures according to a new survey.

Free swimming for 50 and overs in Telford and Wrekin

From 1 April residents aged 50 and over, will be able to swim for free at Telford & Wrekin Council leisure centres.

Landmark ruling may open floodgates to historical financial claims

The Supreme Court has recently allowed an appeal which could make a lot of divorcees very nervous about their financial position, even if their divorce was finalised decades previously.