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Parents helping their children onto the housing ladder are being urged to take legal advice.
The joint managing director of a Shropshire and Mid Wales company has spoken of the “great adventure” following the history making Wales football team at Euro 2016.
Up to 1,000 local youngsters have been handed the exciting chance to play tennis at The Shrewsbury Club to coincide with the Wimbledon Championships.
Lancashire-based theatre and cultural centre The Dukes is set to roll out A Life More Ordinary (ALMO), a new project that aims to make cinema and other arts events accessible for people with dementia in areas of the Midlands and the North West.
Shrewsbury dog trainer, Mort Smith, commences 12 week training course with Kiki the mini Labradoodle.
A junior football team has scored a new kit, thanks to a sponsorship deal with a Shropshire IT specialist.
A Shrewsbury legal firm which introduced a new scheme in response to government cuts to Legal Aid is reporting strong interest in the initiative from throughout the county.
An award-winning firm of funeral directors has announced the appointment of their younger daughter as part of a plan which sees the culmination of a long-held vision to be completely family-run.
A spectacular Welsh dragon sculpture has returned to the Cambrian Coast where he is guarding a new caravan park in the shadow of an ancient castle.
A son’s mission to raise £8,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support to say thank you to the charity for supporting his father who is battling terminal cancer, has this week received a £1,000 boost from his employer.
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