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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.
Flooding continues to cause problems across Shropshire today after the River Severn peaked in Ironbridge and Bridgnorth last night.
As river levels continue to rise in Bridgnorth, Shropshire Council Highways Teams have closed Riverside.
Staff at a Bridgnorth builders’ merchants have welcomed a new face at the helm.
Jack Light, a keen martial artist from Bridgnorth Tae Kwon-Do, travelled from the club's base at Oldbury Wells School to Swindon last weekend to compete at an international competition.
Work begins today to permanently repair Bridgnorth Severn Valley Railway Footbridge by replacing holding down bolt anchorages that failed in January 2018.
The full English breakfast has been backed by a Shropshire hotel and brasserie despite a recent poll suggesting the fry-up could be on its way out.
Three men were due to appear at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court today following a burglary in Bridgnorth on Tuesday.
Three men are in police custody following after two people were assaulted during a burglary at a home in Bridgnorth.
Hardworking students at Bridgnorth Taekwondo have been rewarded with trophies and new belts as they take a break over the festive period.