Lifestyle

Hollywood comes to Shrewsbury for Grange Secondary School’s prom night

Pupils from Shrewsbury’s Grange Secondary School recently turned on the glitz and glamour for their Hollywood Red Carpet themed prom night.

Shropshire hairdresser set for national competition finals

A young Shropshire hairdresser has won his way through to the national finals of a competition.

Volunteers wanted to help cancer patients look good and feel better

A charity which helps cancer patients through skincare and make-up workshops is appealing for more beauty therapists to join its team.

Stroke survivor says free test could save your life

A stroke survivor from Shrewsbury is urging people to come to the Darwin Centre for a free blood pressure test that may save their lives.

Shropshire rescue dogs seek home together after their owner dies

A pair of Staffordshire Bull Terriers who found themselves in rescue after their owner died need to find a new home where they won’t also have to give up each other.

How to Boost Your Employment Prospects While You’re Studying

Planning for the future is not something most students tend to do, but spending some time boosting your employment prospects is time well spent.

Royal Shrewsbury Hospital switches on first new CT Scanner

Two new state-of-the-art CT scanners will provide a valuable new service as part of a £1.2 million upgrade at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.

The scandal that never goes away – PPI

According to the Financial Ombudsman Service PPI complaints are still flooding in, and they make up two thirds of the overall workload of the FOS.

Hay fever season is here – make sure you’re prepared

Healthcare professionals in Shropshire have issued a reminder to allergy sufferers to make sure they are prepared for hay fever season.

Patients’ relatives must use their power to speak up

Families of people receiving poor care in hospital are being urged not to lose their power to speak out on their behalf and secure a Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare.

Whitchurch Mother thanks staff for saving her life during childbirth

A 41 year old Shropshire mother, who suffered cardiac arrest during childbirth, is to cycle hundreds of miles to thank the staff who saved her life.

Charlotte and Dave celebrate national Dry January award

Colleagues at the Trust which runs Shropshire’s two acute hospitals are celebrating after they won an award for their fundraising efforts during the national Dry January 2015 campaign.