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Apprentices forge the future for steelwork fabricator

Telford manufacturer, Fabweld Steel Products (FSP), has won awards for its training and workforce development approach – with three apprentices currently progressing in the business.

Reconomy steps up community support during hard winter

Reconomy, has partnered with several charities to provide additional support for local communities throughout what has been a particularly hard winter.

Shrewsbury-based law firm delivers sugary surprise to hard-working accountants

Accountants across Shropshire were treated to a surprise package of doughnuts to mark the end of the busy January tax return period, courtesy of the law firm Aaron & Partners.

Telford-based training provider sees record results

Online training provider, CTC Training, has seen substantial growth amidst the wider economic downturn.

Ellesmere Estate in the final stages of the Countryside Alliance Awards

Oteley Estate, based in Ellesmere are in the final stages to win a Countryside Alliance Award in the Rural Enterprise Category.

Shropshire youngster eyes career in engineering after signing up for apprenticeship scheme

A higher apprentice from Oswestry is taking his next step on the career ladder as part of an innovative collaboration between a civil engineering firm and a college.

Solar Crime Open Day to be held in Telford

Solar crime is on the rise in Shropshire, particularly over the past six months, and the cost incurred by victims is increasing exponentially.

Telford factory fits fast EV chargers for staff and local community use

A Telford manufacturer has installed two new high speed charging points for staff and members of the community to power their electric vehicles thanks to council funding.