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The Wharfage in Ironbridge is to reopen to vehicles at weekends following closures during the summer months to create a safe socially distanced space.
Britain’s oldest remaining teddy bear manufacturer is celebrating 90 years of business next month and is asking fans to share their memories to mark the milestone.
Despite many events being cancelled this year due to coronavirus, “The Festival of Imagination” will return to the Ironbridge Gorge this autumn.
Telford & Wrekin Council is working with other organisations calling for Government support to address the continued threat to people who live and work along the length of the River Severn.
Businesses in the Ironbridge Gorge are to get a boost with free parking at council-owned car parks extended until August.
Britain’s oldest remaining teddy bear manufacturer is aiming to raise over £10,000 to support the NHS, as management announced today they were already more than half way to their target.
Discover Shropshire & Telford, the tourism board for the area, are celebrating as their nominee for VisitEngland Tourism Superstar 2020, Ironbridge’s iconic Victorian policeman Guy Rowlands, is named runner-up.
A Shropshire woman has been inspired by the heroic efforts of key workers across the country during the current COVID-19 crisis and has created a magical story that depicts them through the eyes of a child.
Parking on the Council’s five main car parks that serve the Ironbridge Gorge is now free for the next few weeks to support businesses and encourage more people to visit the area.
A popular Ironbridge pub and restaurant has today re-opened its doors after an extensive clean-up operation following Shropshire’s recent heavy flooding.
Help for businesses hit by flooding from storms Dennis and Ciara is being accelerated by Telford & Wrekin Council.
Philip Dunne MP and fellow Shropshire MPs have joined forces to urge the Rail Minister to consider reopening the Ironbridge Power Station rail line for passenger rail.