June 21, 2018

Cronkhill

An Italianate villa on the National Trust’s Attingham Park estate is again opening to visitors for just a few days this year. Cronkhill, an 18th

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Pothole patrols

Shropshire Council has formed a new seven-year partnership to deliver a wide range of highways maintenance and environmental maintenance services. Its partners are engineering consultant

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Moving force

Bridgnorth Police Station on the Wheatlands is set to move to share premises with Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service at Bridgnorth Fire Station on Innage

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Pumped up

Local groups and residents have welcomed a proposal to build a new petrol station in Bridgnorth. An application has been submitted by Lancroft Developments to

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Vibrant furnace

Abraham Darby’s Old Furnace in Coalbrookdale is among 10 industry, trade and commerce places chosen in May by Tristram Hunt of the Victoria and Albert

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Jackfield gates

A pair of old railway crossing gates that are part of Ironbridge’s industrial heritage are being taken restored. The Grade II listed gates, usually located

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D’s day

Wyndham Richard Davidson, known by family and friends as ‘D’, has been awarded a British Empire Medal for services to swimming coaching in Shropshire and

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Broadband grant

Nic Laurens, Shropshire Council’s Cabinet member with responsibility for Broadband, is urging people to apply for a European grant that can fund up to 100%

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