Features

Frightening fireworks

It’s estimated that 45% of cats and dogs find the unpredictable noise and flashes created by fireworks frightening and stressful, potentially putting their safety at

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Pearl of a Project

Ed heads to a Shropshire river bank to report on rare work to save an internationally endangered freshwater creature For this edition of the Wildlife

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Local walks for Nov/Dec

At this time of year, it’s always a pleasure to relax in front of a crackling fire with a glass of something warming. Somehow, though,

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Panto no Show

It’s one of our favourite winter entertainments, but the pantomime has been hit hard by measures to stop the spread of coronavirus.  What’s What! goes

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Rising to the Challenge

This special WW! report shows how children and teachers are learning to adapt to a new type of school, dictated by the world of coronavirus.

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We Shall Remember

  You see them everywhere, every November. They are small, simple and don’t cost a lot. Yet they say so much – that we are

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Tree of Thought

Christmas is so often a time when we remember loved ones no longer with us. It is why Bridgnorth Rotary Club’s annual Tree of Thought

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Art in Shropshire

GERALD DEWSBURY ‘UPON GOING BALD’ “It’s not a mid-life crisis”, Gerald Dewsbury is keen to point this out when I question the title of one

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Together at Christmas

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, the song says of Christmas. And you can bet that we’ll all be doing our best to

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Local walks for Sep/Oct

At this time of year there’s a beautiful palette of colours waiting to be discovered across the breath-taking Shropshire countryside. From bracing hikes over windswept

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Why rabbits won’t eat

This is easily the most common problem we see in pet rabbits coming to our practice. The biggest UK–based study has shown that this is

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Key to conservation

Ed finds out about a project called Unlocking the Severn which will help save a rare fish  Just before the lockdown began, I was treated

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Autumnal colour

Our gardening expert Ann Winwood says some September sunshine will keep our gardens blooming… Summer may have ended but that doesn’t mean an end to

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Time for a rhyme

Favourite nursery rhymes have helped a Shropshire school to create a child-friendly virtual welcome for children who missed out on taster days as they prepared

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Award-winner at hand

Wolverhampton Grammar School is extraordinary. Founded in 1512, it’s one of the oldest schools in the country. The award-winning school is within easy access of

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Lockdown learning

The national lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic presented the country’s education system with its biggest challenge for generations. Just how schools and colleges have

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From field to fame!

When Ozzie the gypsy cob was busy grazing in his field just two years ago he had no idea that fame was just around the

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A shared passion

One of the joys of fatherhood is to share a hobby with your son. Particularly, perhaps, if that hobby is creative. And if that shared

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Breaking new ground

Bridgnorth Rotary Club has elected the first woman president in its 77 year history. Amanda Johnson has succeeded Robert Davies in the role, the handover

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