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Major investment in Telford and Wrekin secondary schools to provide space for more pupils

Telford & Wrekin Council is expanding the secondary school provision across the borough by another 300 school places, as part of its £31 million investment into schools over the next two years.

Lib Dem Leader attacks secret debate of Shrewsbury’s shopping centres

A call to oppose the exclusion of the press and public before Shropshire Council debates the future of Shrewsbury’s Shopping Centres next Thursday has been made by the Leader of Shropshire Council’s Liberal Democrat Group.

Campaigners call on Shropshire’s pension fund to ditch fossil fuels

Dinosaurs took to the streets of Shrewsbury on Saturday as campaign group Fossil Free Shropshire launched a petition calling on the Shropshire Pension Fund to stop investing in fossil fuels ahead of a key vote in November.

Telford BMX club unveils new facilities

A new clubhouse and toilet facility donated by Wellington Rotary to a BMX club has been officially opened.

Staff and customers evacuated from Shrewsbury McDonald’s

McDonald's restaurant on Battlefield Road, Shrewsbury had to be evacuated last night after some people inside felt ill.

Gang member from Telford jailed for murder of NHS worker David Gomoh

An 18-year-old man from Telford who was part of a gang of four men who fatally stabbed a 24-year-old NHS worker in London last year has been sentenced to a minimum of 21 years in prison.

Severn Hospice to welcome people from around the world for virtual service of Christmas remembrance

A Shropshire charity is welcoming people from around the world to join together for its annual service of Christmas remembrance.

West Mercia’s new Chief Constable starts work

West Mercia’s new Chief Constable, Pippa Mills, joined officers, staff and volunteers in Telford this morning to see first-hand how the force is working with communities and partners to reduce crime and protect people from harm.