Acclaimed author joins call to protect Oswestry Hillfort landscape from development

Cressida Cowell, award-winning author of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ series, has spoken in praise of Old Oswestry hillfort as plans to build in its setting progress.
Old Oswestry Hillfort

Acclaimed author joins call to protect Oswestry Hillfort landscape from development

Cressida Cowell, award-winning author of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ series, has spoken in praise of Old Oswestry hillfort as plans to build in its setting progress.
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Shropshire Cat Rescue ‘passes go’ on Shrewsbury Monopoly edition

Shropshire Cat Rescue is the first to be revealed as ‘Passing Go’ on the brand new Shrewsbury Monopoly edition.
Whalebone folk group addressing a gathering at Church Stretton Library on Music and Poetry

Success for first StrettFest community event

Church Stretton came alive to the sounds of music, many and varied, last weekend in the first StrettFest community event.
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County Lines: Arrests made in Oswestry and Merseyside

Five people in Oswestry and nine people in Merseyside have been arrested in raids in a police operation to disrupt the supply of drugs to the county.

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Shropshire Cat Rescue ‘passes go’ on Shrewsbury Monopoly edition

Shropshire Cat Rescue is the first to be revealed as ‘Passing Go’ on the brand new Shrewsbury Monopoly edition.
Whalebone folk group addressing a gathering at Church Stretton Library on Music and Poetry

Success for first StrettFest community event

Church Stretton came alive to the sounds of music, many and varied, last weekend in the first StrettFest community event.
Police Raid Generic

County Lines: Arrests made in Oswestry and Merseyside

Five people in Oswestry and nine people in Merseyside have been arrested in raids in a police operation to disrupt the supply of drugs to the county.
Mayor Jean Onions has died following an illness

Tribute paid following death of Bridgnorth Town Mayor

Tribute has been paid to Bridgnorth Town Mayor, Councillor Jean Onions who passed away following a lengthy illness.
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Arrests made during crackdown on serious and organised crime in Telford

A number of arrests have been made at takeaways in Telford during a multi-agency crackdown on serious and organised crime.

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Summer in Shropshire

Things to do this Summer in Shropshire

There is so much going on across Shropshire this Summer, here are some events and things to do to get you out and about across our county.
Shrewsbury Flower Show Marquee

Shrewsbury Flower Show: Severn and Dingle marquees are blooming marvellous!

Stunning floral creations are very much the norm at Shrewsbury Flower Show but many people still may not know the horticultural works of art they lovingly care for and nurture at home can become an integral part of the event.
Burwarton Show 2019

Burwarton Show 2019 is a day for all the family

Thursday 1st August is the Burwarton Show 2019, a local event not to be missed with plenty to see and do for all ages.
Black Watch stern, Naeroyfjord, Norway

Escorted tours and cruises provide a great opportunity

This year, Worldchoice Travel Shrewsbury will be celebrating its 3rd Year of escorted cruise groups, departing from Shrewsbury. Black Watch Cruise Ship Escorted tours and cruises provide great opportunity...
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A line up of Ferrari cars in the paddock at Loton Park Hill Climb

Capacity entry for Loton Park Hill Climb

This weekend sees a wide variety of machines tackle the tight and demanding hill climb course at Loton Park, including over a dozen examples of the iconic Ferrari marque.

Shrewsbury Town defender joins League Two Newport County

Shrewsbury Town defender Ryan Haynes has departed to join Newport County for an undisclosed fee.

Shrewsbury Town keeper huge doubt for opening league game

Shrewsbury Town goalkeeper Joe Murphy is a huge doubt for the opening league game against Portsmouth, after a scan revealed a fracture in his foot.

All Shrewsbury Town Need is Love

Shrewsbury Town is reportedly on the verge of completing the signing of full-back Donald Love.
Greenfields Primary School celebrate winning the girls competition in the Crossbar Cup

Young Shropshire footballers enjoy taking part in the Crossbar Cup

Hundreds of Shropshire children enjoyed the thrill of representing their schools in an annual five-a-side football tournament.
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Robin Morris, Chairman of Morris & Company

Show stopping celebrations mark family business anniversary

Morris & Company will celebrate its 150th anniversary and community roots in sparkling style at Shrewsbury Flower Show this year.
Paul Hinkins, Chair, Marches Growth Hub

£10million Growth Challenge launched for the Marches

The Marches Growth Hub today launched a £10million Growth Challenge to businesses across the region to help fire up the economy.

Furrows open specialist transit showroom

Shropshire motor dealer Furrows has opened only the second showroom of its kind in the UK specialising in bespoke transit vehicles.
Key stage four finals dodgeball action

Pave Aways to sponsor secondary School Games county finals

Pave Aways Building Contractors has become the latest local business to sponsor the School Games county finals.
Carrie Stokes

Shifnal Accountant nominated for prestigious award

An accountancy practice based in Shifnal is celebrating making the regional finals for the Rural Business Awards.
Shrewsbury Flower Show Marquee

Shrewsbury Flower Show: Severn and Dingle marquees are blooming marvellous!

Stunning floral creations are very much the norm at Shrewsbury Flower Show but many people still may not know the horticultural works of art they lovingly care for and nurture at home can become an integral part of the event.
Jonathan Soden with some of Jay Pingree's work

International artist to fly in from New York for Shrewsbury show

An international artist who has exhibited in New York and Berlin will be flying over to Shropshire next month from America for an exclusive event.
Corporate sponsors of Severn Hospice’s Dragon Boat Festival – Network Telecom’s Amelia Ebdon and Becky Homersley with Emma Williams and David Foster of Charter Savings Bank

Dragon boat teams set to roar along river this weekend

Dragon boats will line the River Severn this weekend when dozens of teams roar along the waters while helping to raise money for a local charity.
Last years event had an under the sea theme

Shropshire Young Farmers Ball set to be bigger and better than ever!

Shropshire Young Farmers Chairman’s Ball 2019 will be held at Bagginswood on Saturday 24 August and members are already gearing up for the weekend.
Dave Edwards, Mitch Gough, Ben Wootton and Steve Parry are looking to add to the services offered in Shropshire by the Little Rascals Foundation

Two new trustees come on board to help drive Little Rascals Foundation forward

A Shropshire charity which provides help and support to Shropshire youngsters with disabilities, and their families, has appointed two new trustees.
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Summer in Shropshire

Things to do this Summer in Shropshire

There is so much going on across Shropshire this Summer, here are some events and things to do to get you out and about across our county.
The Edge Much Wenlock

The Edge Adventure Activities have summer sorted

The Edge Adventure Activities is an adrenaline pumping, independent outdoor pursuits company located in the picturesque town of Much Wenlock, Shropshire.
Enjoy a day out at Severn Valley Railway this summer

A Very British Summer at the Severn Valley Railway

Bring out the bunting! There’s a wealth of good, old-fashioned fun to be had at the Severn Valley Railway this summer holidays.

Non Stop Summer Fun at Telford Centre

To celebrate 50 years since the first man walked on the moon, Telford Centre is going to space this summer!

Summer Holiday Activites at Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Summer has arrived at Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms with something all kids will want to discovery from Bear Hunting, Leaf Boat and catapult making to Bushcraft with wood.
The Railwayman’s Arms at Bridgnorth

Severn Valley Railway pub achieves quality ale award

Staff at popular Severn Valley Railway pub The Railwayman’s Arms at Bridgnorth are celebrating this week after scooping a prestigious award for the quality of their beer.
A hospitality student serves diners at Origins

Local College restaurant gets AA rosettes for fourth year in a row

For the fourth year running Shrewsbury Colleges Group restaurant, Origins, has secured a Highly Commended Rosette Award from the AA College Rosettes Scheme.
The Clive Arms

Farm to Fork Dining at its Best: The Clive Arms

The Clive Arms, just outside of Ludlow and part of the Earl of Plymouth's Oakly Estate has reopened following an extensive refurbishment, with a range of great new menus focusing on fresh and seasonal produce.
Visitors to Shrewsbury Food Festival will be able to watch demonstrations from food bloggers, top Michelin starred chefs and industry experts

Shrewsbury Food Festival returns for its seventh year

Shrewsbury Food Festival returns on the 29th and 30th June with 200 exhibitors, a bigger, better BBQ area, demonstrations, chef school, live music and lots of fun activities for kids.
Jason Bradley, the owner of Bradley’s Butchers & Delicatessen, with, left, Helen Bourne, property manager for TSR, and Amie Barter, agency surveyor for TSR, who handled the letting of the premises

New butchers and delicatessen opens in Shrewsbury

A new butchers and delicatessen has opened its doors in Shrewsbury. next to the town’s busy Column roundabout.