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Businesses in Shrewsbury are being encouraged to attend a special training session about river safety and what steps to take if someone falls into the River Severn.
An event has been held to celebrate the success of a £7.8 million project in Shropshire, which has supported scores of vulnerable and isolated people back into employment and training and helped hundreds more build confidence and skills ready for the world of work.
Shop windows in Shrewsbury are giving a glimpse into the past thanks to a new project aimed at making the most of empty shop units.
Shropshire caravan and motorhome dealership Salop Leisure is supporting an annual safety education event at Nesscliffe Army Camp for 1,500 year six pupils from up to 50 schools in the Shrewsbury and Oswestry area this summer.
This February an arts charity in Shrewsbury town centre are offering a creative way to celebrate Charles Darwin and his contributions to the science of evolution.
Bethphage are delighted to be working with Philippa Richardson and Alice Whitehouse from Keele University and benefitting from the university’s internship programme.
Two Shropshire businesses, Salop Leisure and Dulson Training, have teamed up to ensure that new owners have the correct driving licence and skills to tow a touring caravan and drive a motorhome.
Like many business owners Shrewsbury dog trainer Mort Smith has had to adapt the way he delivers his training over the past few months.
Hannah Rose Johnstone has bounced back from the disappointment of being medically discharged from the Royal Navy to land a new job as an apprentice touring caravan technician.
A new rock music school is inviting budding musicians of all ages and abilities to its free taster day in early August.
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