Helping the high street

Following Bridgnorth’s win in the Great British High Street competition in 2016, the architects of that success are giving something back to the community that so proudly got behind the town. Sarah Stevens and Sally Themans, who led the GBHS entry, have donated £500 of GBHS prize winnings to the town’s park and ride scheme.

“The chamber of commerce donated that amount to help the GBHS bid and the park and ride, which they run, was a key part of our initial entry; so it seems only fitting that we do all we can to help make the scheme as sustainable as possible – particularly at a time when our high street has been knocked by the ongoing bypass roadworks,” said Sarah.

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