Posts by Month: July 2021

69 posts found.

Shropshire residents urged to look out for their voter registration messages

30/07/2021
Make sure your correct details are on the Electoral Register

Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details…

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Shrewsbury improvement works are under way

30/07/2021
St Johns Hill junction looking down Bellstone and Barker Street with all loading bays in use

Improvement works are well under way in an area of Shrewsbury, but motorists are being warned about an upcoming road closure. The…

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The Baschurch Bronze Age Hoard: Treasure Inquest 21 July 2021

29/07/2021
The Baschurch Bronze Age Hoard

Mr. Ellery, HM Senior Coroner for Shropshire, Telford and the Wrekin, held a treasure inquest on the morning of 21 July 2021 investigating…

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Coronavirus: Cases start to fall again in Shropshire

29/07/2021

During the seven-day period between 16-22 July 2021: 984 new cases reported A decrease of 5% on the previous week The seven-day infection rate for Shropshire…

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Valuation statement: Shrewsbury shopping centres

29/07/2021

Shropshire Council has reported that the statutory valuation at 31 March 2021 of the Shrewsbury Shopping centres’ is £12,350,000, compared with £17,500,000…

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Shropshire shows its support for World Hepatitis Day

27/07/2021

Shrewsbury railway station will be lit up in purple on Wednesday to show Shropshire’s support for World Hepatitis Day. In 2016, the…

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Stunning 3,000-year-old gold pendant to go on public display for the first time in Shropshire

27/07/2021

An extraordinary sun pendant is to go on public display for the first time in Shrewsbury as part of the British Museum’s…

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Coronavirus: Different types of testing explained           

27/07/2021

Even though legal restrictions have been lifted, testing for COVID-19 is still a key measure to stop the spread of the virus…

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Flood minister visits Shropshire

27/07/2021

Councillors and officers from Shropshire Council will today show and explain to floods minister Rebecca Pow the devastating impact that recent flooding has had in the county

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Almost 7.000 potholes tackled in three months in bid to improve Shropshire’s roads

26/07/2021

More than 6,800 potholes and other defects have been repaired in the Shropshire Council area since the start of May 2021, latest…

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