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Arrest made after 17-year-old assaulted in Telford

Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was assaulted in Telford on Monday.

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Arrest made after 17-year-old assaulted in Telford

Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was assaulted in Telford on Monday.
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Shropshire college uses 3D technology to help key workers in coronavirus fight

Ellesmere College is putting the its equipment to use in the fight against Covid-19 by making face shields for Shropshire hospital and hospice workers.
Old Oswestry hillfort

Campaigners make final stand as deadline looms to save hillfort’s landscape

Campaigners are urging people to unite one more time to protect Old Oswestry hillfort’s historic setting as an eight-year fight over development reaches a climax.

Local children’s hospices welcome emergency funding

The chief executive of Hope House Children’s Hospices says he is ‘greatly relieved’ by the announcement that emergency funding will be made available to help keep hospices running during ‘lock down’.

Shropshire college uses 3D technology to help key workers in coronavirus fight

Ellesmere College is putting the its equipment to use in the fight against Covid-19 by making face shields for Shropshire hospital and hospice workers.
Old Oswestry hillfort

Campaigners make final stand as deadline looms to save hillfort’s landscape

Campaigners are urging people to unite one more time to protect Old Oswestry hillfort’s historic setting as an eight-year fight over development reaches a climax.

Local children’s hospices welcome emergency funding

The chief executive of Hope House Children’s Hospices says he is ‘greatly relieved’ by the announcement that emergency funding will be made available to help keep hospices running during ‘lock down’.
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The Director General of the National Trust, Hilary McGrady

Enjoy Easter break at home, urges National Trust Director General

The Director General of the National Trust, Hilary McGrady, has today called for people across the UK to stay at home this Easter as part of the national collective effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Doctor-white-strike

Easter opening times for GP Practices and Pharmacies in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin

GP practices in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin will be ‘open as usual’ on Good Friday and Easter Monday this bank holiday weekend.
The Director General of the National Trust, Hilary McGrady

Enjoy Easter break at home, urges National Trust Director General

The Director General of the National Trust, Hilary McGrady, has today called for people across the UK to stay at home this Easter as part of the national collective effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Doctor-white-strike

Easter opening times for GP Practices and Pharmacies in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin

GP practices in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin will be ‘open as usual’ on Good Friday and Easter Monday this bank holiday weekend.

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Trust says it remains committed to improvements following latest ‘inadequate’ rating

The Trust which runs Shropshire’s two main hospitals continues to be rated as inadequate by the Care Quality Commission after its latest inspection.
Tutor Elaine Colley, who has returned to nursing to help the NHS

Telford College tutor returns to the NHS front line

A Telford College health and social care tutor has returned to the NHS front line to help the fight against Covid-19.
Barclay Gardens resident Winifred Herring enjoys a spot of painting

Care home residents have spirits lifted by the community

Flower arranging in the sunshine, painting and reading letters of hope from schoolchildren are just some of the ways elderly residents across Shropshire have been coping through the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Tutor Elaine Colley, who has returned to nursing to help the NHS

Telford College tutor returns to the NHS front line

A Telford College health and social care tutor has returned to the NHS front line to help the fight against Covid-19.
Barclay Gardens resident Winifred Herring enjoys a spot of painting

Care home residents have spirits lifted by the community

Flower arranging in the sunshine, painting and reading letters of hope from schoolchildren are just some of the ways elderly residents across Shropshire have been coping through the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Councillor Angela McClements

Councillors rally round to help Wellington residents

Wellington Town Councillors are stepping up to help the community in a variety of ways during the Coronavirus crisis.
Pictured are Jamie Jordan-Bailey principal of Shrewsbury Sapphires Dance Troupe, Kirsty Huckin a member of the Dance Troupe and nursing sister at the RSH and members of her nursing team.

Shrewsbury Dance Troupe thank NHS staff with donation of Easter Eggs

A Shrewsbury dance troupe has donated Easter Eggs to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital as a thank you to the NHS staff for their hard work during this time.
Philip Dunne MP

South Shropshire MP hails significant NHS debt write-off

South Shropshire MP and former Health Minister Philip Dunne has hailed the decision to write-off more than £13billion of NHS debt as a welcome step to help the NHS tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Chief Superintendent Tom Harding

Coronavirus: West Mercia Police praises public for social distancing

West Mercia Police has praised the public for their fantastic response to the government’s COVID-19 measures on social distancing over the weekend, despite the temptation to go out in the sunny weather.
Mrs Dean Harris, High Sheriff of Shropshire

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.
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.
Tutor Elaine Colley, who has returned to nursing to help the NHS

Telford College tutor returns to the NHS front line

A Telford College health and social care tutor has returned to the NHS front line to help the fight against Covid-19.
Barclay Gardens resident Winifred Herring enjoys a spot of painting

Care home residents have spirits lifted by the community

Flower arranging in the sunshine, painting and reading letters of hope from schoolchildren are just some of the ways elderly residents across Shropshire have been coping through the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Councillor Angela McClements

Councillors rally round to help Wellington residents

Wellington Town Councillors are stepping up to help the community in a variety of ways during the Coronavirus crisis.
Pictured are Jamie Jordan-Bailey principal of Shrewsbury Sapphires Dance Troupe, Kirsty Huckin a member of the Dance Troupe and nursing sister at the RSH and members of her nursing team.

Shrewsbury Dance Troupe thank NHS staff with donation of Easter Eggs

A Shrewsbury dance troupe has donated Easter Eggs to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital as a thank you to the NHS staff for their hard work during this time.
Philip Dunne MP

South Shropshire MP hails significant NHS debt write-off

South Shropshire MP and former Health Minister Philip Dunne has hailed the decision to write-off more than £13billion of NHS debt as a welcome step to help the NHS tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Chief Superintendent Tom Harding

Coronavirus: West Mercia Police praises public for social distancing

West Mercia Police has praised the public for their fantastic response to the government’s COVID-19 measures on social distancing over the weekend, despite the temptation to go out in the sunny weather.
Mrs Dean Harris, High Sheriff of Shropshire

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.
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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Councillor Angela McClements

Councillors rally round to help Wellington residents

Wellington Town Councillors are stepping up to help the community in a variety of ways during the Coronavirus crisis.
Pictured are Jamie Jordan-Bailey principal of Shrewsbury Sapphires Dance Troupe, Kirsty Huckin a member of the Dance Troupe and nursing sister at the RSH and members of her nursing team.

Shrewsbury Dance Troupe thank NHS staff with donation of Easter Eggs

A Shrewsbury dance troupe has donated Easter Eggs to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital as a thank you to the NHS staff for their hard work during this time.
Philip Dunne MP

South Shropshire MP hails significant NHS debt write-off

South Shropshire MP and former Health Minister Philip Dunne has hailed the decision to write-off more than £13billion of NHS debt as a welcome step to help the NHS tackle the coronavirus pandemic.