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Former police officer from Shrewsbury found guilty of sexual assault

A former West Mercia Police officer from Shrewsbury has been found guilty of sexual assault by a jury at Worcester Crown Court.

Shropshire to celebrate its Armed Forces community

Shropshire Council is celebrating its Armed Forces community on Armed Forces Day on Saturday 29 June.

Free swimming lessons and more at Shropshire leisure centres this Saturday

The Big Splash-A-Day is returning to three Shropshire leisure centres this Saturday, June 22nd, offering a range of free and discounted swimming sessions for the whole family.

Shrewsbury Festival Chorus to perform ‘Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius’

Members of the  Shrewsbury-based choirs, Shrewsbury Choral and Shrewsbury Cantata Choir have once again joined forces to contribute to the town’s annual Music Festival event for Shrewsbury.

Medals awarded to distinguished Irish soldier to be auctioned in Shrewsbury

A pair of medals awarded to an Irish soldier, whose distinguished army career included serving under the Duke of Wellington in the Peninsular and Waterloo campaigns, will be auctioned in Shropshire this summer.

Work to begin at Shrewsbury railway station gyratory system

Work is to begin this month to enhance and improve the area to the front of Shrewsbury railway station – including improvements to walking and cycling routes.

Climate Change Fair in Shrewsbury is a success

A range of organisations have come together for a successful event in the centre of Shrewsbury to raise awareness of climate change as part of a national campaign.

Shrewsbury Symphony Orchestra celebrates one of Shropshire’s Own

Shrewsbury Symphony Orchestra will present a summer concert this month - taking on Rachmaninoff's mighty romantic second symphony.
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