Shropshire History Day – a showcase for the history and heritage of the county – takes place at Shirehall in Shrewsbury on Saturday…
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Shropshire History Day to showcase county’s history and heritage
Essential resurfacing work on the A41 Ternhill Roundabout
Essential resurfacing work is to be carried out on the A41 Ternhill Roundabout and the roads approaching the roundabout. Work will begin…
A tribute to Mrs Sue Pate
It is with much regret that we report that Mrs Sue Pate, wife of Shropshire Council Leader Malcolm Pate, has passed away.…
Bridgnorth swimming pool temporarily closed to install new changing rooms
Bridgnorth Leisure Centre will be temporarily closed as of immediate effect to install the new changing rooms, as part of the £400,000 redevelopment of the centre
Pops-ups throughout Shropshire offer the chance to get the real facts on NHS Future Fit
Venues throughout Shropshire are to host a number of pop-up stands where people can find out more about the NHS Future Fit programme throughout October.
Shropshire’s gritting lorries set for annual test run
Winter may not be with us yet, but don’t be surprised if you see a gritting lorry driving along one of Shropshire’s…
Ready for Kick Off: Armed Forces Fan Park ready as 1 October nears
Saturday 1 October is fast approaching meaning the Armed Forces Match Day 2016 is nearly with us and it promises to be…
Giant stained glass images projected onto Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery
Giant images of stained glass works by Shrewsbury-born artist Margaret Rope will be projected onto the front of the town’s Museum &…
Councillors asked to continue ongoing support for Syrian Refugees and unaccompanied minors from Europe
Shropshire Council’s Cabinet will be asked to approve recommendations to continue its support to resettle up to 60 Syrian refugees in the county.
Funding available for voluntary and community sector research
Grants worth up to £4000 are on offer to the voluntary and community sector in Shropshire.