Warning to Asthma sufferers as cold weather arrives

People with Asthma are being warned to take extra care as the temperatures start to dip around Shropshire and the UK.

Marches School Swimming Gala Success

Students from The Marches School were celebrating after an impressive performance at The North Shropshire swimming Gala.

Paralysed cycling champion Martyn Ashton walks tall

Martyn Ashton has won world and British titles as one of the legends of mountain bike trials riding, now he feels like a champion all over again walking for the first time after being paralysed.

Shropshire dog rescue appeals for home for ‘Orphan Annie’

A Shropshire dog rescue is making a special appeal for an elderly dog known affectionately as Orphan Annie after her owner died and her canine companion was offered a home without her.

Shropshire students star in new ad campaign

Shropshire sixth formers have been used to model the launch of Johnny Tuxedo’s latest party wear campaign.

New book helps parents navigate their way through nursery provision

A new book launched by Shrewsbury-based Early Years Education Consultant Jane Smalley, helps take care of the stress of choosing a nursery.

Telford hotel boosts experience for couples getting married

A Telford hotel has boosted the experience of couples getting married there – by introducing a new venue and giving away a wedding.

Telford primary school launch childcare hub

A Telford primary school is blazing a trail by pioneering a one-stop shop for childcare in the area it serves.

Trust to tackle high levels of HIV in Shropshire’s African communities

The Terrence Higgins Trust has announced a project to tackle high levels of HIV in Telford’s African communities

Charlotte’s cutting edge style is the look of top local salon

A stylist who has been cutting hair for just a matter of months has had her latest creation chosen to promote the top salon where she works in Shrewsbury.

Getting Ghoulish at The HITZone to support CRY

Lead trainer, Kay Bishop of Telford’s newest fitness business ‘HITZone’, is getting ghoulish this week in support of Cardiac Risk In The Young.

Is the government’s push on seven day health services ill thought?

The government recently announced that GPs in England would be offered voluntary contracts to work seven days a week amidst wider significant budget cuts and growing concerns about the future of the National Health Service.