Acton Scott Historic Working Farm is celebrating the Diamond Jubilee with a mini-festival this weekend from Saturday 2 to Tuesday 5 June.
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Horses at the heart of farm’s Jubilee celebration this weekend
Ground breaking plans for a bold new approach to public services in Shropshire move forward
Details about the new trading company being established by Shropshire Council will be discussed by senior councillors next week. A detailed report…
Help shape Shropshire Healthwatch
People across Shropshire are being invited to help shape a new organisation that will make their views heard on health and social care services.
Olympic Torch Relay in Much Wenlock
Around 10,000 people, including the national media descended on Much Wenlock today (Wednesday 30 May 2012) to line the streets and welcome…
Shropshire communities give the Olympic Torch a special welcome
Thousands of people welcomed the Olympic Torch Relay in Shropshire on Wednesday 30 May 2012.
New bus service launched to encourage tourists to travel between Ironbridge and Much Wenlock
The new Wenlock Connect bus service will be launched on 2 June 2012 linking two of Shropshire’s key tourist attractions, Ironbridge and…
Adult social care consultation event – watch online
People across Shropshire have been sharing their views on the next steps in adult social care. Find out more about what’s been happening.
Important changes to bin collections
Some bin collections will take place early this weekend due to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Holiday. There are no waste collections taking…
New Back to Work courses to run at Castle View in Oswestry
Walford and North Shropshire College will be running its highly successful Back to Work courses from Shropshire Council’s base at Castle View from this week.
Meetings coming up for housing and employment land plans
Meetings are still taking place for people to have their say on preferred sites for thousands of new homes, and employment land, across Shropshire.