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New High Sheriff of Shropshire enters role committed to supporting Covid-19 efforts

The incoming High Sheriff of Shropshire has officially made her declaration today — in a very different setting to many who have preceded her due to the current coronavirus pandemic.

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New High Sheriff of Shropshire enters role committed to supporting Covid-19 efforts

The incoming High Sheriff of Shropshire has officially made her declaration today — in a very different setting to many who have preceded her due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
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An image of how a section of the North West Relief Road will look. Image: Shropshire Council

Shrewsbury North West Relief Road consultation deadline extended

Shropshire Council has extended the deadline for responses to the current consultation on the proposed Shrewsbury North West Relief Road.
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Telford College tutors take up ‘Sew for the NHS’ challenge

A group of Telford College tutors have taken up the challenge to ‘Sew for the NHS’.
Officers are keen to identify the man pictured

Police seek man after graffiti incidents in Shrewsbury

Police have released an image of a man they're keen to trace after a graffiti was sprayed on various locations in Shrewsbury.
An image of how a section of the North West Relief Road will look. Image: Shropshire Council

Shrewsbury North West Relief Road consultation deadline extended

Shropshire Council has extended the deadline for responses to the current consultation on the proposed Shrewsbury North West Relief Road.
Anna sewing bags for NHS

Telford College tutors take up ‘Sew for the NHS’ challenge

A group of Telford College tutors have taken up the challenge to ‘Sew for the NHS’.
Officers are keen to identify the man pictured

Police seek man after graffiti incidents in Shrewsbury

Police have released an image of a man they're keen to trace after a graffiti was sprayed on various locations in Shrewsbury.
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Severn Hospice makes ‘support us from your sofa’ appeal

Severn Hospice is appealing to the community to ‘support us from your sofa’ with online donations so it can continue to help people living with incurable illness.
Students have been provided with work to ensure continuity in their learning

Shrewsbury Colleges Group helps community during COVID-19 crisis

Shrewsbury Colleges Group says it has been doing all it can to support a huge range of people and organisations during the outbreak of COVID-19.
Severn Hospice cares for people living with an incurable illness

Severn Hospice makes ‘support us from your sofa’ appeal

Severn Hospice is appealing to the community to ‘support us from your sofa’ with online donations so it can continue to help people living with incurable illness.
Students have been provided with work to ensure continuity in their learning

Shrewsbury Colleges Group helps community during COVID-19 crisis

Shrewsbury Colleges Group says it has been doing all it can to support a huge range of people and organisations during the outbreak of COVID-19.

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The centre will be based in the football stadium car park. Image: Google Street View

Coronavirus: Drive-through assessment centre set up at Shrewsbury Town Football Club

A drive-through assessment centre is being set up at Shrewsbury Town Football Club for patients with coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms.

Man charged following two incidents of serious violence in Shrewsbury

A man has been charged in connection with two incidents of serious violence in Shrewsbury.
Farcroft manager Karen McPherson demonstrates to a resident how to use Skype to call her family

Care home residents get to grips with new technology to keep in touch with family

Hundreds of elderly residents across Shropshire have been getting to grips with new technology as they seek to stay in touch with family amid the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.

Man charged following two incidents of serious violence in Shrewsbury

A man has been charged in connection with two incidents of serious violence in Shrewsbury.
Farcroft manager Karen McPherson demonstrates to a resident how to use Skype to call her family

Care home residents get to grips with new technology to keep in touch with family

Hundreds of elderly residents across Shropshire have been getting to grips with new technology as they seek to stay in touch with family amid the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.

Hope House Children’s Hospices make urgent plea for Protective Equipment

Hope House Children’s Hospices have made an urgent plea for specialist equipment to help them safely continue to provide crisis and end of life care to local terminally ill children.

First phase of Coronavirus National Emergency Trust money released in Shropshire

The Community Foundation for Staffordshire has announced that the first phase of the National Emergency Trust money has been released to Shropshire.

West Mercia Police and Warwickshire Police reach agreement over end of Policing Alliance

West Mercia Police has reached agreement with Warwickshire Police over future service provision and settlement costs, following termination of the £300m strategic policing alliance that has been in place since 2012.

RSPCA launches emergency appeal to keep saving animals in Shropshire

The RSPCA has launched an emergency appeal to keep its rescue teams out on the frontline in Shropshire saving animals through the Coronavirus crisis.

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service urge residents to avoid having bonfires

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging residents to stay safe and be vigilant when outdoors during the COVID-19 lockdown - and to try and avoid having bonfires.

CCTV images released after attempted robbery near Shrewsbury

Police investigating an attempted robbery near Shropshire have released CCTV images of a man they would like to trace.

Coronavirus: Arriva further amends timetable in Shropshire

Arriva is continuing to run a reduced bus service in all areas it operates in to serve local communities as much as possible. Further changes will come into effect on Monday 30 March.
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Coronavirus: Three more deaths confirmed in Shropshire

Three more patients have died in Shropshire in the past few days after testing positive for Covid-19.

Man charged following two incidents of serious violence in Shrewsbury

A man has been charged in connection with two incidents of serious violence in Shrewsbury.
Farcroft manager Karen McPherson demonstrates to a resident how to use Skype to call her family

Care home residents get to grips with new technology to keep in touch with family

Hundreds of elderly residents across Shropshire have been getting to grips with new technology as they seek to stay in touch with family amid the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.

Hope House Children’s Hospices make urgent plea for Protective Equipment

Hope House Children’s Hospices have made an urgent plea for specialist equipment to help them safely continue to provide crisis and end of life care to local terminally ill children.

First phase of Coronavirus National Emergency Trust money released in Shropshire

The Community Foundation for Staffordshire has announced that the first phase of the National Emergency Trust money has been released to Shropshire.

West Mercia Police and Warwickshire Police reach agreement over end of Policing Alliance

West Mercia Police has reached agreement with Warwickshire Police over future service provision and settlement costs, following termination of the £300m strategic policing alliance that has been in place since 2012.

RSPCA launches emergency appeal to keep saving animals in Shropshire

The RSPCA has launched an emergency appeal to keep its rescue teams out on the frontline in Shropshire saving animals through the Coronavirus crisis.

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service urge residents to avoid having bonfires

Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging residents to stay safe and be vigilant when outdoors during the COVID-19 lockdown - and to try and avoid having bonfires.

CCTV images released after attempted robbery near Shrewsbury

Police investigating an attempted robbery near Shropshire have released CCTV images of a man they would like to trace.
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Hope House Children’s Hospices make urgent plea for Protective Equipment

Hope House Children’s Hospices have made an urgent plea for specialist equipment to help them safely continue to provide crisis and end of life care to local terminally ill children.

First phase of Coronavirus National Emergency Trust money released in Shropshire

The Community Foundation for Staffordshire has announced that the first phase of the National Emergency Trust money has been released to Shropshire.

West Mercia Police and Warwickshire Police reach agreement over end of Policing Alliance

West Mercia Police has reached agreement with Warwickshire Police over future service provision and settlement costs, following termination of the £300m strategic policing alliance that has been in place since 2012.

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Quest Guardians – the Family company encouraging you to join their Family

Quest Guardians are currently looking for families in the Shropshire area to host international students.