Monthly Archives: July 2016
A41 scheduled to remain closed till mid-August, due to complexities around the removal of listed building
A41 traffic update as at 4.20pm, 27 July, 2016
At approximately 23.00 last night, an HGV collided with a property (Fox House) at Shakeford, Hinstock on the A41
Staff at Shropshire Council’s Vision Technology and Training Shropshire (VTTS) have been praised after they came to the aid of a pensioner whose computer had been hacked following a BT Scam.
Shropshire Council’s supported employment service, Enable, has teamed up with training education and employment charity, Walking with the Wounded, to embark on a specialist service to assist armed forces veterans with mental health needs back into employment.
A traffic warden in Shrewsbury has been praised for her friendly manner and helping two elderly ladies visiting the town.
Shropshire Council is in final talks with a local care and support provider to run several adult social care and community based services in the county.
Shropshire Council is celebrating the construction of two new jetties at The Mere in Ellesmere by offering local residents a free boat ride or free hire of a rowing boat this Saturday (30 July 2016).
Families are being invited to spend a day at the seaside this summer – without leaving Shropshire. A coconut shy and hoopla …
A handful of 2000-year-old precious gold coins are to go on display in Shropshire for the first time on Monday 1 August …