Features

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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Shropshire’s open for business

When the going got tough in lockdown, small businesses across Shropshire got going. What’s What magazine is celebrating them all. Butchers, bakers, greengrocers as well

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Fine art in Broseley

A creative couple with a passion for sharing art are delighted to have reopened their stunning gallery in the heart of Shropshire. It was the

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Design for changing times

  “Bridgnorth’s award-winning architects deliver bespoke design  in the comfort of your home” The intimate details of our homes may not have been something we

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Shropshire Lad

Adam Purnell, AKA the Shropshire Lad, was featured in a new Channel 4 food show which aired late January. The concept of ‘Crazy Delicious’, was

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Local walks for Mar/Apr

We are looking forward to brighter months ahead following the spring equinox on 20 March. With longer days we will also see the return of

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A spring in your step…

It’s time to put a spring in your step as Ann Winwood discusses bulbs, shoots and saplings… Writing this in mid-January, the weather has been

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Life in sandstone

Ed has saved some pics in Shutterstock – can we use a majority of his – (sandstone and footprint) and supplement with the “plants from

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What is arthritis?

Osteoarthritis is the gradual degeneration of the structures within a joint. In a healthy joint, the bones have a smooth surface and pads of cartilage,

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Happy tails for Mar/Apr

How often should my dog’s toenails be trimmed? This can depend upon your dog and the exercise they receive. Certain breeds are gentler in their

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