The annual Shropshire Chamber Business Awards were held last week (Friday 15 June 2018) to celebrate and recognise success within the business community, here and across the UK.
Posts by Month: June 2018
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Council congratulates business award winners
Shropshire Archives thanks volunteers
Shropshire Council’s Shropshire Archives has added over 19,000 records relating to the county online following a mammoth effort by volunteers. Shropshire Archives…
Council awarded funding to explore social care digital innovation ideas
Shropshire Council has been chosen by NHS Digital and the Local Government Association (LGA) to explore how technology could help shape the future of social care.
Shrewsbury event to offer free expert advice on how to avoid scams
A free event that will advise people how to avoid being scammed is being held in Shrewsbury’s Darwin Centre on Monday 25 June…
Shropshire’s first technology conference attracts global line up
Shropshire’s first Technology Conference attracts global line up
A brilliant result for Shropshire – new owners found for former Ironbridge power station site
Shropshire Council is delighted that Harworth Group plc has been confirmed as the new owner of the former power station site at Ironbridge, hailing an exciting future for the area, and the county as a whole.
Wayfarers team help out at Rock and Bowl music festival
A team of people attending Wayfarers in Market Drayton, have been helping out at The Rock and Bowl music festival in the town
Applications going to North planning committee on 26 June 2018
The following planning applications will be considered by Shropshire Council’s North planning committee at its meeting at Shirehall, Shrewsbury on Tuesday 26…
Have your say on Shropshire’s Great Outdoors 2018-28 strategy consultation
Shropshire Council is seeking the views of residents on its new Great Outdoors strategy in a public consultation. Launched on 3 May…
Organisations unite in their pledge to prevent adult abuse in Shropshire
Organisations across both Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin came together this week (Thursday 14 June) to mark World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.