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Corporate, finance, and assets

Farmer ordered to pay £45,000 for demolishing dovecote without consent


A Shropshire farmer has been ordered to pay fines and costs of more than £45,000 for demolishing a Grade II listed dovecote…

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Council leadership scheme wins national award for excellence


Shropshire Council’s leadership programme designed specifically for council officers has been recognised with an award for excellence in learning and development. Called…

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News from our partners: Princess Royal to visit birthplace of Save the Children founders

John Merrill’s wooden sculpture, "Refuge", is a popular artwork in the Jebb Garden next to The Mere in Ellesmere.

News from our partners Ellesmere Sculpture Initiative The Princess Royal will travel to Ellesmere on Wednesday (24 April 2024) to visit the…

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National Grid ordered to pay £43,000 for traffic management offences

Road ahead closed

National Grid has been ordered to pay more than £43,000 in fines and costs after pleading guilty to 11 offences relating to…

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News from our partners: Freedom Fibre makes £25,000 available for good and green projects

Blackberry Fair CIC with a cheque

News from our partners Freedom Fibre Freedom Fibre has launched the Freedom Fund, a £25,000 community fund for good and green projects…

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Award success for Shire Services

Shire Services win a marketing award. l-to-r: Lauren Moore, Shire Services catering area manager; Jon White, Wafflemeister - sponsors of the award; Susan Vuli, Shire Services general manager; Kelly Braddock, Shire Services catering contract manager; Collin Murray, TV and radio presenter.

Shropshire Council’s catering and cleaning team, Shire Services, is celebrating after winning a prestigious award for their work encouraging healthy eating in…

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Have your say on parish councils boundary reviews


Shropshire Council is encouraging residents to have their say on draft recommendations for parish councils boundaries in five areas of Shropshire. These…

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Digital skills scheme in Shropshire extended following its success


A scheme to improve the digital skills of adults across Shropshire is being extended following its success. School of Coding & AI,…

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Her Majesty The Queen makes first official visit to Shropshire


Her Majesty the Queen made her first official visit to the county today (Wednesday 27 March 2024), when she was welcomed to…

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Care experience recognised as a protected characteristic in Shropshire

Care experienced made a protected characteristic by Full Council. Left-to-right: Andy Begley, chief executive; Tanya Miles, executive director for people;, Lezley Picton, Leader of the Council; Mr Shemmel; Kirstie Hurst Knight, Cabinet member for children and education; Tony Parsons, a local Shropshire Councillor for Bayston Hill, Sutton and Column; and Tom Mosley, personal adviser, looked-after children.

Last week Shropshire Council voted to accept a proposal that people with care experience are treated as if it were a protected…

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