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WI is 85 this month!

Born in May 1926, Morville Women’s Institute will be celebrating its 85th anniversary with a full programme of speakers and events, including wine tasting, the

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Ladies at Tideway

Eight ladies from Bridgnorth Rowing Club made history last month as the first female crew from the club to compete in the prestigious Tideway Race

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Bridgnorth Spartans Exchange

Spartan’s football players and their families hosted children from football team S C Muhlried, from Schrobenhausen, Bridgnorth’s twin town in Bavaria, Germany. The Schrobenhausen visitors

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Meet the Mayor!

With Bridgnorth’s Mayor Making this month, What’s What decided to have a look at this ancient office and see how it evolved, and to meet

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Butterfly Season

I am on the border between Shropshire and Worcestershire in the beautiful Forest of Wyre. The spring sunlight brings warmth. With that warmth, life returns

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Fair Fun Banner

Contributions towards the Fairtrade Foundation’s national attempt to set a new world record with the longest ever strip of bunting were decorated, with schools in

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Cressage History Talks

An illustrated talk and exhibition will be given by local historians, husband and wife team Dr. Trevor and Margaret Hill, entitled ‘Two Ancient Manors by

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A Sacred Tree

Look east and you can see the town nestled in the valley, the twin spires of St. Leonards and St. Marys backed by the dark

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Parking News

Shropshire Council’s new parking strategy aims to recognise that “parking plays an important role in supporting the economic viability of Shropshire’s towns for shopping and

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