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Bridgnorth Tae Kwon-Do students managed to secure a promotion in their colour belt grades before the club shut its doors temporarily due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A man has been charged in connection with a burglary and vehicle theft in Bridgnorth.
Shropshire Council is asking people living in or near Shropshire’s main market towns for their views on a series of draft Local Economic Growth Strategies.
Telford College is launching a new daily bus service to the Bridgnorth area in response to growing demand.
Shropshire tennis player Jordan Evans insists he’s thrilled by the success of his 24-hour Tennisathon after playing through day and night at Bridgnorth Tennis Club.
Ludlow park and ride and the 101 Bridgnorth Town bus service will be free to use on set days this month to encourage people to visit the towns and support their businesses in the aftermath of the recent floods.
Flood warnings are in place for Shrewsbury, Ironbridge and Bridgnorth as the river Severn rises following rain falling on already saturated land over the past few days.
The Severn in Bridgnorth has peaked with homes and businesses flooded.
Bridgnorth residents and businesses are preparing themselves for further flooding today as the Severn continues to rise.
A special appeal has been launched to help people across Shropshire who are victims of the recent floods.
Shropshire tennis player Jordan Evans will be playing his longest and toughest ever game next week - for 24 hours.
River levels continue to fall on the Severn in Shropshire, as a clean up operation begins for many affected by flooding.