A driver who crashed head-on into a nurse’s car while overtaking another vehicle has been sent to prison.
A man from the Shropshire border who was seriously injured when a driver crashed into his car after falling asleep at the wheel on a French motorway has spoken out about the tragedy which killed his friend.
For nearly half a century, the belching beige towers on the banks of the River Severn have provided a dramatic backdrop to the Ironbridge Gorge.
Shropshire isn’t the only region where passions run high over the issue of accident and emergency departments.
Telford's councillors have voted to call on the town’s two MPs to back them in the fight for “fairer funding for Telford & Wrekin”.
A woman from the Shropshire border who is awaiting a triple organ transplant today welcomed new legislation that aims to dramatically increase the number of potential life-saving donors.
It hasn’t been seen for six years – but for this weekend at least the days of the 99p litre has returned to Shropshire .
Big-hearted shopkeepers Harmesh and Susan Jassel will help make it a memorable Christmas for children in Shropshire this year after donating a large collection of gifts to our Christmas Toy Appeal.
Tess Finch-Lees, from Bishop’s Castle, says she dreads to think of what would have happened if her seriously injured son Archie had had to travel to Telford for emergency treatment after a crash.
Royal Mail is being asked to hold a full consultation into any possible closure of Wem's delivery office.
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The document contains our vision, aims and objectives and series of priorities and actions for the current period of this Council. The Plan was widely consulted upon and is constantly under review.
Oswestry was selected by Government to be a pathfinder for neighbourhood planning as part its Localism legislation.
Working with the local community ,through groups and individuals ,we are one of the first town councils in England to complete a neighbourhood plan.
Support was engaged through professional planning and consultation consultants and the process and resulting action plan was produced over a 12 month period.
The plan gives a strong community mandate to the town council and Shropshire Council.
Our thanks are offered to all those who took part in the process.
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