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Work begins on new state-of-the-art fire station in Telford

Work has begun on major improvements and renovation of Telford Central Fire Station at Stafford Park.
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Shrewsbury town centre improvement works continue

Motorists are being warned about an upcoming road closure as improvement works continue in Shrewsbury town centre.

Coronavirus cases fall across Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin

Coronavirus cases in the Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire Council areas have dropped in the last week, latest figures show.

Value of Shrewsbury shopping centres decrease by over £5m in twelve months

The value of Shrewsbury shopping centres has dropped by more than five million pounds in the past 12 months.

Health Heroes celebrated as CEO bids farewell to RJAH

A celebratory lunch has been held for past and present Health Hero Award winners at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital.
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Shrewsbury town centre improvement works continue

Motorists are being warned about an upcoming road closure as improvement works continue in Shrewsbury town centre.

Coronavirus cases fall across Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin

Coronavirus cases in the Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire Council areas have dropped in the last week, latest figures show.

Value of Shrewsbury shopping centres decrease by over £5m in twelve months

The value of Shrewsbury shopping centres has dropped by more than five million pounds in the past 12 months.

Oswestry Town Council to honour Dame Stephanie Shirley with Blue Plaque

Oswestry Town Council is set to honour a former Kindertransport refugee who after being educated in Oswestry went on to become one of Britain’s earliest computer software pioneers and a ground-breaking global IT entrepreneur.

Shrewsbury art gallery goes green with tree donation pledge

A Shrewsbury art gallery is ‘going green’ by pledging to plant hundreds of trees.

Daughter committed the unlawful killing of mother

A woman has been found to have committed the act of unlawfully killing her mother, Judy Fox, in a trial of facts.

Falling masonry closes Shrewsbury town centre street

A main Shrewsbury town centre road was closed on Wednesday morning after masonry fell from the corner of a building.

Illegal streaming service shut down and man arrested in Shrewsbury

Police have arrested a man in Shrewsbury in connection with suspected illegal streaming of premium television channels, and other copyrighted material.

Flood minister visits Shropshire

Councillors and officers from Shropshire Council will today show and explain to floods minister Rebecca Pow the devastating impact that recent flooding has had in the county – and will continue to have unless action is taken by the Government.

Firefighters called to power surge incident in Shrewsbury

Firefighters were called to two incidents following a power surge in Shrewsbury yesterday evening.

Neighbours raise vital funds for Albrighton & Cosford First Responders

Two kind-hearted friends have raised more than £1700 for the Albrighton & Cosford Community Responders after creating their own pop-up shop at the end of their drives.

Wellington blooms with gardening competition

Wellington has proved that it is blossoming, with the second gardening competition being held in the town.

Three centuries of NHS experience honoured at RJAH Long Service Awards

A collective of almost three centuries of dedicated NHS service was in the room as Shropshire’s specialist orthopaedic hospital celebrated its longest serving staff members at its annual Long Service Awards.

Oswestry Town Council to honour Dame Stephanie Shirley with Blue Plaque

Oswestry Town Council is set to honour a former Kindertransport refugee who after being educated in Oswestry went on to become one of Britain’s earliest computer software pioneers and a ground-breaking global IT entrepreneur.

Shrewsbury art gallery goes green with tree donation pledge

A Shrewsbury art gallery is ‘going green’ by pledging to plant hundreds of trees.

Daughter committed the unlawful killing of mother

A woman has been found to have committed the act of unlawfully killing her mother, Judy Fox, in a trial of facts.

Falling masonry closes Shrewsbury town centre street

A main Shrewsbury town centre road was closed on Wednesday morning after masonry fell from the corner of a building.

Illegal streaming service shut down and man arrested in Shrewsbury

Police have arrested a man in Shrewsbury in connection with suspected illegal streaming of premium television channels, and other copyrighted material.

Flood minister visits Shropshire

Councillors and officers from Shropshire Council will today show and explain to floods minister Rebecca Pow the devastating impact that recent flooding has had in the county – and will continue to have unless action is taken by the Government.

Firefighters called to power surge incident in Shrewsbury

Firefighters were called to two incidents following a power surge in Shrewsbury yesterday evening.

Neighbours raise vital funds for Albrighton & Cosford First Responders

Two kind-hearted friends have raised more than £1700 for the Albrighton & Cosford Community Responders after creating their own pop-up shop at the end of their drives.

Wellington blooms with gardening competition

Wellington has proved that it is blossoming, with the second gardening competition being held in the town.

Three centuries of NHS experience honoured at RJAH Long Service Awards

A collective of almost three centuries of dedicated NHS service was in the room as Shropshire’s specialist orthopaedic hospital celebrated its longest serving staff members at its annual Long Service Awards.

New department set to deliver on future skills and knowledge for the agri-food and rural sectors at Harper Adams University

Harper Adams University has underlined its commitment to the support and development of sustainable agri-food and rural businesses by creating a new academic department firmly focussed on future skills development, enterprise assistance and research.

Almost 7,000 potholes tackled across Shropshire in three months

More than 6,800 potholes and other defects have been repaired in the Shropshire Council area since the start of May 2021, latest figures show.

Lightmoor village to get new road safety measures

New road safety measures near Lightmoor Village School are set to be introduced, following an agreement between Telford and Wrekin Council, the Bourneville Housing Trust and Homes England.

Illicit tobacco products and cash seized from retailers in Shrewsbury and Oswestry

Illicit tobacco products and cash have been seized from a number of retailers in Shrewsbury and Oswestry.
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Health Heroes celebrated as CEO bids farewell to RJAH

A celebratory lunch has been held for past and present Health Hero Award winners at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital.

Oswestry Town Council to honour Dame Stephanie Shirley with Blue Plaque

Oswestry Town Council is set to honour a former Kindertransport refugee who after being educated in Oswestry went on to become one of Britain’s earliest computer software pioneers and a ground-breaking global IT entrepreneur.
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Shrewsbury art gallery goes green with tree donation pledge

A Shrewsbury art gallery is ‘going green’ by pledging to plant hundreds of trees.

Daughter committed the unlawful killing of mother

A woman has been found to have committed the act of unlawfully killing her mother, Judy Fox, in a trial of facts.

Falling masonry closes Shrewsbury town centre street

A main Shrewsbury town centre road was closed on Wednesday morning after masonry fell from the corner of a building.

Illegal streaming service shut down and man arrested in Shrewsbury

Police have arrested a man in Shrewsbury in connection with suspected illegal streaming of premium television channels, and other copyrighted material.

Flood minister visits Shropshire

Councillors and officers from Shropshire Council will today show and explain to floods minister Rebecca Pow the devastating impact that recent flooding has had in the county – and will continue to have unless action is taken by the Government.

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Firefighters called to power surge incident in Shrewsbury

Firefighters were called to two incidents following a power surge in Shrewsbury yesterday evening.

Neighbours raise vital funds for Albrighton & Cosford First Responders

Two kind-hearted friends have raised more than £1700 for the Albrighton & Cosford Community Responders after creating their own pop-up shop at the end of their drives.

Wellington blooms with gardening competition

Wellington has proved that it is blossoming, with the second gardening competition being held in the town.

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