Shropshire County, England Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Confusion over missing 316,000 for sports facility to be built alongside 100 homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | Basingstoke Gazette

    "WE'RE about to be given a lame duck facility" - those were the words of a town councillor made during a discussion about plans to build 100 new homes in Whitchurch. Cllr Andy Jordan expressed concerns over a missing section in the developers' contributions agreement from David Wilson Homes' bid to build the homes in Winchester Road.

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  2. All Saints, DNCE and Mike Posner kick off V FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    Revellers were treated to a blast from the past as All Saints hit the stage on the opening day of V Festival. The four-piece of Nicole Appleton, Shaznay Lewis, Melanie Blatt and Natalie Appleton showed off their moves on the Virgin Media Stage at Weston Park in Shifnal, Shropshire.

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    Saturday Aug 20 | This Is South Devon

    'Quit? Not bloody likely!' - that was the statement from under-fire UKIP leadership hopeful Bill Etheridge who has hit back at his critics from Torre Abbey Sands in Torquay. The politician was in the Bay during a grueling 12-stop hustings tour by the contenders for Nigel Farage's leadership of the party.

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  4. A timely donation to the Cambrian Railway MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | Border Counties Advertizer

    The Cambrian Railway Museum, based at the station, recently received two horological donations in the form of a pocket watch and a mantle clock which both have connections to the historic railway. The Swiss-made watch is actually engraved with 'Cambrian Railways' and has been donated by Gordon Owen, the great-grandson of George Owen who was chief civil engineer to the railway in the late Victorian era.

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  5. Safety warning issued after fires lit inside derelict buildings in KidderminsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | Evesham Journal

    KIDDERMINSTER police officers and firefighters have issued a safety warning after receiving numerous reports of trespassers and fires being lit inside derelict premises. Between Sunday, July 24, and Sunday, August 3, West Mercia Police and Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service have received a number of reports of fires being lit inside the former Glades Leisure Centre, in Bromsgrove Street, and Sion Hill School, in Sion Hill.

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  6. Consider Vocational Options at NSCRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 20 | PR.com

    North Shropshire College will be starting the academic year with a host of new vocational courses, NSC now offers the widest range of BTEC, CACHE and City & Guilds courses in the area after moving away from A Levels. Vocational courses at NSC are ideal for anyone who has a clear idea of what type of career or trade they would like to work in.

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  7. Genius man employs tiny tugboat to cruise down the river in styleRead the original story

    Friday Aug 19 | Mashable

    UK man Mick Carroll was passing through the small town of Market Drayton on Monday when he happened upon a man gliding down the local canal on a homemade boat - pulled by a tiny, tiny tugboat. According to Carroll's Facebook post , the man exclaimed, "Just when you thought you'd seen everything!" as he floated regally downstream.

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  8. Evesham and Hereford kick off FA Cup campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Worcester News

    EVESHAM United take a trip into the unknown when they visit Market Drayton Town tomorrow in the FA Cup preliminary round . Greenfields Sports Ground will be a new venue for Robins boss Paul Collicutt, who takes the same squad that drew 1-1 at Wantage Town in midweek.

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  9. Stourbridge snapper celebrates launch of River Stour bookRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    RETIRED Stourbridge snapper Graham Beckley has celebrated the release of a book brimming with images of his beloved River Stour. Mr Beckley, who has photographed the entire length of the waterway, known as the forgotten river, launched the book 'Our Stour - the river that shaped the history and industry of the Black Country' at an event at The Bonded Warehouse on August 17. The book launch follows two successful exhibitions of Mr Beckley's River Stour photographs which have been displayed at Himley Hall and Kidderminster Library.

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  10. Nic Cruwys trial: 'We hope the verdict reflects the injuries suffered ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Hillingdon Times

    The family of a Watford supporter who went into a coma after a savage beating said they were hoping to put the "horrific situation" behind them, as five men finally pleaded guilty to the attack. Five teens pleaded guilty at Wolverhampton Crown Court yesterday, while a 15-year-old boy pleaded guilty to his involvement at an earlier hearing.

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  11. Your Friday evening traffic and weather newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Droitwich Advertiser

    The barbecue will be stood down and shades put away for a sunny day. If you are going to the V Festival this weekend, take a brolly and of course expect traffic jams around Stafford.

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  12. Suspended prison sentence for woman who decapitated snakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Ludlow Advertiser

    A WOMAN who cut off the heads of her two pet snakes with a pair of scissors while staying at a house in Church Stretton has been given a suspended prison sentence. Four days before the attack Jennifer Lampe was said to have drowned a hamster in a fish tank because it was noisy and kept her up at night.

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  13. Developers ordered to secure derelict Kidderminster school in the next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Evesham Journal

    DEVELOPERS have been ordered to fully secure a derelict Kidderminster school, which has become a target for vandalism and arson attacks, by the end of next week or face potential fines of up to A 20,000. Wyre Forest District Council has served developers, Kidderminster Homes, of Horsham, Sussex, with a Community Protection Notice demanding Sion Hill School is fully secured by Friday, August 26. Last week, the Shuttle reported how Councillors Steve Walker and Sarah Rook were calling for the school to be demolished and West Mercia Police and Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service issued a joint statement warning people to stay away from derelict buildings.

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  14. Kidderminster man handed Criminal Behaviour OrderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Evesham Journal

    A spokesman from Kidderminster North Safer Neighbourhood Team said: "He was given the Criminal Behaviour Order for multiple theft offences at numerous supermarkets and retail stores in Kidderminster over the last year."

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  15. Breaking Nic Cruwys trial: Five change plea at last minuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Stalbans Review

    Five thugs who left a football fan battered, bloodied and unconscious in the street have pleaded guilty to their parts in the crime. Joseph Lister and Daniel Lloyd, both 19, and a youth who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm against Watford fan Nic Cruwys after Wolves' home clash against the Hornets on March 7 last year.

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  16. New records are set for Beltex breeds at saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    Grant and Gemma Anderson with their young son, Lewis, and Topflite Al Pacino, their Beltex shearling ram, which sold for 60,000gns Topflite Al Pacino, a shearling ram from Grant and Gemma Anderson sold for 60,000gns to Paul Tippets and Christine Williams for their Hackney and Wilodge flocks, Shifnal, Shropshire. Mr Anderson was shocked at the price: "I never expected anything like this - I knew he was an excellent tup as he has always stood out within his group and is a great example of the breed and when he was clipped he showed his true potential."

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  17. Pet owner who cut snakes' heads off and swallowed them avoids jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Sunday Herald

    A LONER pet owner who drunkenly decapitated her two snakes with scissors before swallowing their heads has escaped an immediate jail sentence. Jennifer Lampe, 28, was discovered by police with the still-moving but headless body of her boa constrictor around her neck and both reptiles' severed heads in her trouser pockets.

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  18. Chris, Robin and Andy Conway, from Kidderminster, outside the Crown, in Martley. Picture by ARCCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Droitwich Advertiser

    A TRIO of Kidderminster brothers who run a communications firm have taken a radical new direction by renovating and reopening a village pub and restaurant. Robin, Andy and Chris Conway, are realising a long-held ambition to run their own pub by taking over the Crown based in Martley village, Malvern Hills.

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  19. Wayne Thomas is expected to return from injury for Saturday's game against StalybridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Worcester News

    WAYNE Thomas is set to return to action as Kidderminster Harriers search for their first home win of the season in the National League North against Stalybridge Celtic. The veteran former Stoke defender is expected to be available for Saturday's home clash after recovering from a groin injury sustained in pre-season, as well as serving a two-match ban.

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  20. .com | Drunk woman decapitates pet snakes and swallows heads, avoids jail timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | News24

    What often falls by the wayside in discussions of a possible Donald Trump presidency is his attitude towards environmental matters, writes Andreas Wilson-SpA th . Shropshire A woman from Market Drayton, England, who drunkenly decapitated her two pet snakes with a pair of scissors and swallowed their heads, has been spared jail time.

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