Monthly Archives: March 2011

Town and parish councils to take over running of public toilets

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A number of town and parish councils will take over the running of their local public toilets this week. Continue reading »

Invite to local businesses to sponsor grass cutting

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This is a picture of a sign advertising Denmans, a new garss cutting sponsor in Whitchurch.

The warmer weather and lighter nights mean that Shropshire Council is busy again cutting grass alongside roads, footpaths, cycleways and on roundabouts, … Continue reading »

North planning committee decisions – 29 March 2011

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A summary of decisions made by Shropshire Council’s North Planning Committee at its meeting in Oswestry on 29 March 2011. Continue reading »

£20,000 awarded to community climate change projects

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Ten community projects across Shropshire have been awarded a share of a £20,000 climate change fund. Continue reading »

Children and young people’s outstanding contributions awarded at special event

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Outstanding Young Citizenship Awards 2011 Continue reading »

Working together to make public services ‘fit for the future’

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Shropshire Council and local voluntary sector organisations have agreed to work together to make public services ‘fit for the future’. Continue reading »

New Chair and Vice Chair for Shropshire Business Board

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The Shropshire Business Board has announced its new Chairman and Vice Chairman. Continue reading »

Curry Chef of the Year to be named

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Restaurants and takeaways in Oswestry, Dorrington, Bayston Hill and Shrewsbury will compete in the final of Shropshire Council’s 2011 ‘Curry Chef of the Year’ competition. Continue reading »

The Grove in Bridgnorth gets a spring clean

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21 sacks of rubbish and over a tonne of detritus were collected from The Grove, Bridgnorth during a community litter pick and street clean. Continue reading »

Royal Irish Regiment to be welcomed home

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Soldiers and officers from 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment will march through the streets of Shrewsbury to mark their return from Afghanistan in April 2011. Continue reading »