Shropshire County, England Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Residents concerned at convoy route plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Border Counties Advertizer

    RESIDENTS and officials inside and outside of Pant who attended a consultation on the planned routes for a wind turbine The turbines planned for two different projects in Welshpool and Newtown will travel down the A483 through Cheshire, past Oswestry and then will pass through the village from the end of this month. Two different companies Awel Newydd and RES are managing the projects, and while people, including Cllr Dilys Gaskill, chair of Llanymynech and Pant Parish Council, accept the convoys are coming, they hope it will not cause much inconvenience or damage to the roads.

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  2. Employment rate in Wales at record highRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | South Wales Argus

    THE unemployment rate in Wales has dropped to its lowest level in a decade according to Labour market statistics released yesterday. More than 1.4 million people are currently in work, a 10-year record high of 72.6 per cent.

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  3. Town to honour Chepstow Bridge's 200 year historyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | South Wales Argus

    The bi-centenary ceremony culminates Chepstow's annual month-long festival and will be organised by Chepstow Town Council in partnership with Monmouthshire County Council and the Chepstow Festival Committee. It will be a re-enactment of the original opening, attended by Monmouthshire's Chairman, Councillor Jim Higginson, his opposite number from Gloucestershire, Colin Hay, and the Mayor of Chepstow, Paul Pavia.

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  4. Do you remember these lost pubs in Leicester?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2015 | This Is Leicestershire

    So what better time to raise a glass to the memory of boozers that were once crowded with drinkers but have shut their doors for the final time to be left as an empty shell, bulldozed or replaced with blocks of flats or roads. Tell us your memories of these much-loved drinking dens - or let us know what other city bars we should feature that are gone but not forgotten.

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  5. Rugs for sale at Bishops Castle Town HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Ludlow Advertiser

    Bishop's Castle Town Hall is the place to go at the weekend if you want a new quality rug. From today until Saturday Persian and Afghan rugs are on sale in the upper floor of the town hall.

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  6. Growth as Kidderminster IT firm hires marketing apprenticeRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    A WYRE Forest IT and business software provider is investing further in the next generation with the appointment of a new apprentice. Kidderminster-based Minster Micro Computers Ltd has taken on 17-year-old Nicole Heaton as a digital marketing apprentice - part of its ongoing commitment to providing career opportunities to young talent in the county.

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  7. South Wales Rabbitos, who won the Seabass 7sRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | Hereford Times

    Known as "The Seabass 7s" the event, sponsored by Fruitful Jobs and Renault in Cheltenham, was set up to mark the passing of Jack Segust four years ago. It has continued to establish itself as a popular event in the rugby calendar, marking its third year of running by raising money for Midlands Air Ambulance.

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  8. Worcestershire County Cricket LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Black Country Bugle

    The top flight had, for a change, no change, as Nomads preserved their narrow 3 points lead over Colwall with both teams winning; Nomads at Bewdley, and Colwall at bottom side Oldswinford, who now desperately need a win against the Nomads next week in order to save their season and escape the drop. Stourport held onto third place, 29 points adrift of Colwall, by beating Cookley, despite 83 scored by the visitors' Jamen Rudd.

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  9. Thursday morning's traffic and travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    One lane is closed on the M40 northbound between J16 and M42 J3a, because of over-running roadworks. Delays can be expected on Franche Road in Kidderminster between the Broomfield Road junction and the Wilton Avenue junction, because of temporary traffic lights and repairs.

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  10. Plans for "eyesore" Kidderminster pylon passed despite concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Evesham Journal

    CONTROVERSIAL plans for a new Kidderminster electricity pylon that sparked a flood of complaints have been given the go-ahead, despite concerns over safety and its appearance. Plans for a 30 metre mast - which was described as an "eyesore" - were passed on Tuesday, July 19, in a bitter blow to furious residents' year-long battle to move its proposed location.

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  11. 'A terrible idea': Reaction to news cyclists will be banned from Newport city centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | South Wales Argus

    Yesterday, Gwent Police announced they would be enforcing a traffic order banning cyclists from 11 streets in the city centre after a string of incidents in which pedestrians felt at risk from groups of people cycling in an "anti-social manner". The ban will cover Bridge Street, Cambrian Street, Charles Street, Commercial Street, Corn Street, Griffin Street, High Street, Market Street, Skinner Street, Stow Hill and Upper Dock Street.

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  12. Jack EdwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Ludlow Advertiser

    A BRAVE youngster from Cleobury Mortimer is now under the care of specialists at London's Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children. It is the latest turn for Jack Edwards, aged seven, who touched the hearts of people throughout Ludlow and south Shropshire when he was diagnosed with leukaemia four years ago.

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  13. See this inventor's odd bicycles from the 1930sRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Boing Boing

    This engineer, active in Kidderminster, England in the 1930s, appears to be the artistic ancestor of San Francisco's Cyclecide punk inventors. And they said the Segway would change the way we moved through cities! Video of pallet skating in Bratislava, Slovakia by TomA A Moravec.

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  14. Premier League 2 fixtures: 2016/17 schedule announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Aston Villa FC

    To create an avfc.co.uk account, simply click the 'register' button below and enter your details. If you're looking to buy an AVTV subscription, you will first need to register Our system has detected that you already have an avfc.co.uk account with the username/email address shown on screen.

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  15. Policeman jailed for taking drugs from confiscated stashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Metro UK News

    A police officer who took drugs from a confiscated haul to 'cope' with a violent home life has been jailed for 20 months. PC Benjamin Hughes, 33, was found out when a constable noticed an empty deal bag on the floor of a communal locker room on January 14 this year.

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  16. Support for Church Stretton Library SchemeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Ludlow Advertiser

    A SUPPORT group claims that it has public support for a scheme to keep Church Stretton Library in the town centre and run it as a community enterprise. In addition to explaining how it intended to fund and run the library in close co-operation with the town council, it gave members of the public an opportunity to show their support by allocating a notional amount of funding to the library in its current location and to the swimming pool and Visitor Information Centre .

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  17. Kirk appeal set for ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Sky Sports

    The disciplinary panel of the British Horseracing Authority will hear an appeal brought by Sylvester Kirk against the demotion of Woodukheleyfit at Wolverhampton on July 5. Kirk's horse was first past the post in the Visit attheraces.com Maiden Auction Stakes but hung right inside the final furlong, in the process carrying 2/1 joint-favourite Bayston Hill across the track.

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  18. Stourport cab driver admits causing death of Jason WestcottRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Evesham Journal

    Jason Westcott, 22, was discovered unconscious on the A451 Ringway, in Kidderminster, on November 15. He later died in hospital. Simon Lee Robinson, 43, of Steatite Way, appeared before Worcester Crown Court today , where he pleaded guilty to causing Jason Westcott's death by driving a Peugeot taxi without due care and attention on the A451 Ringway, in Kidderminster, in November 2015.

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  19. Kewford girls snapped up by WolvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    KEWFORD Eagles are celebrating after four girls from their under-10s team were signed up by Wolverhampton Wanderers as part of the FA England Talent Pathway development programme. All four girls started playing at Kewford Eagles last summer at weekly football sessions and progressed to join the team, playing their football in the Mercian Junior Fortis League.

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  20. Children from four schools come together for RiversfestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Worcester News

    A CELEBRATION of music and acting was held at Croome Court for the children of the Rivers Academy CE Trust. Children from St Clement's CE School, Cutnall Green First School, Great Witley CE Primary and Heronswood Primary, Kidderminster all took part in Riversfest.

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