Shropshire County, England Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Black Country Chamber of Commerce Awards 2016 receive record entriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    A total of 98 applications were received in total ahead of the awards dinner which is set to take place on Friday November 18 at Wolverhampton Racecourse. Organisers say they want to make the celebrations bigger and better this year and for the first time they will be holding the awards dinner on a Friday evening.

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  2. Scorching end to Kidderminster caravaners' holidayRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 23 | Evesham Journal

    A HOLIDAY for four caravaners ended dramatically when the car they were travelling in went up in flames in Kidderminster today . Footage captured by reader Annette Smith shows the Peugeot car well alight on the A449, near Black Bridge, this afternoon.

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  3. Affordable homes as a bonus to plan 'fantastic' says councillorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Border Counties Advertizer

    However, there were some concerns raised in relation to traffic, with one councillor saying it is "an accident waiting to happen". The now signed-off Site Allocations and Management of Development plan meant that the development would be in open countryside.

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  4. Fosun buys UK soccer club Wolverhampton WanderersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | China Daily

    Wolverhampton Wanderers fans celebrate at the final whistle during a Barclays Premier League match at Ewood Park, Blackburn. [Photo provided to China Daily] Wolverhampton Wanderers is now officially in Chinese ownership, after the West Midlands soccer club's sale on Thursday to investment conglomerate Fosun International Ltd for 45 million pounds .

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  5. Newport pub allowed to open an extra hour despite opposition from some residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | South Wales Argus

    A Newport pub has been allowed to open an hour later at the weekend but some residents say noise from the site already makes life "unbearable" A NEWPORT pub will be allowed to open an hour later at the weekend - despite some residents saying it makes their lives "unbearable" with noise. Residents living near the Angel Inn at West Street had expressed concerns about the impact on noise and anti-social behaviour if the hours were extended, after Omar Qamar applied to Newport City Council 's licensing committee to extend the opening times of the pub until 12.30am on Fridays and Saturdays, and 12am on Sundays, as well as on Bank Holiday Mondays, Christmas Eve and Boxing Day.

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  6. Fire in derelict Kidderminster buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Evesham Journal

    A crew from the town and another from Bewdley were called to the house in Bromsgrove Street at just after 5.30pm on Friday, July 23.

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  7. Isle of Wight: What's on this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Isle of Wight County Press

    The Isle Rodeo rolls into Newchurch today and families can jump on the mechanical bull while wearing their Wild West-themed outfits. The event, which runs from 10am to 4pm, also features cheer leading and line dancing, and money raised will go to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.

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  8. Availability problems continue to blight Ombersley Cricket Club's seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Worcester News

    SELECTION problems continue to blight Ombersley's season as they look to piece together a team to take on Knowle and Dorridge today . Experienced spinner Matt Rawnsley and England Under-19 batsman Josh Dell are both set to miss the Birmingham League Premier Division clash.

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  9. Newcastle United still have more to do this summer - it will be a busy six weeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Chronicle Live

    A division where 18 managers were sacked last season does not have a monopoly on surprises but it veers between the sublime and the bizarre with alarming pace. Just this week, Wolverhampton Wanderers - a club that sleep walked through last season making up the numbers - were taken over by a Chinese consortium headed by the 17th richest man in China.

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  10. New Zealand researchers discover living by the ocean actually boosts your mental healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | NewsTarget.com

    There's a reason why humanity has an almost universal affinity for water: It's good for the soul, and even better for the brain. Researchers from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand found that people who live near blue spaces, meaning lakes, oceans and beaches, fare better in the mental health department than people who are landlocked, probably because being near vast expanses of water makes a person feel like he's immersed in an environment untouched by human development.

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  11. Chris Lea, who cycled 300 miles over tough terrain for the ELY Memorial FundRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Hereford Times

    THOUSANDS of pounds were raised for a county charity by a Hereford police officer who cycled 300 gruelling miles in just two days. Chris Lea cycled took in breathtaking landscapes but also difficult terrain when he went from Hereford to Bangor and back for the ELY Memorial Fund.

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

    Friday Jul 22 | Droitwich Advertiser

    But will your journey be a highway to a hot hell or a breezy drive home with the tunes pumping on the car stereo and smile plastered over your face? Trains are running smoothly in the area as is the Metro, except the Bilston Wolverhampton bound platform which is closed due to a stabbing. Update 6pm: There are delays of 30 minutes on M5 northbound after earlier accident between J3 Halesowen and the M6.

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  13. the Long View: Celebrating 200 years of Chepstow's elegant bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | South Wales Argus

    As Chepstow prepares to mark the 200th birthday of its bridge over the Wye, Martin Wade speaks to one of those organising the commemorations and finds out why he thinks this engineering marvel deserves to be celebrated worldwide. JOHN Burrows has spent many years researching the story of Chepstow's bridge which delicately links the English and Welsh sides of the river Wye.

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  14. Stourbridge charities benefit from building society donationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    YMCA Open Doors' Rachel Taylor, Parkinson's UK's Susan Aldridge, Pauline Hollyoak, of Stourbridge & Dudley Wyre Forest Cats Protection, Hannah Palmer, of YBS' Stourbridge branch, and John Davies of Parkinson's UK celebrate the funding boost As part of Yorkshire Building Society's 'charity choices' campaign, members of the town's high street branch voted on which causes should receive a slice of a A 1,000 fund. Parkinson's UK came in first place securing a A 500 donation, with YMCA Open Doors receiving A 300 for second place, while Stourbridge & Dudley Wyre Forest Cats Protection were handed the third place prize of A 200.

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  15. Walks raise money for St Michael's HospiceRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Ludlow Advertiser

    Near the Assemble Rooms in Presteigne Colin Kirkby MBE, Paddy Nugent, Community Fundraising Manager for St Michael's and Oysterband's John Jones ON the last evening of the 'Three Castles, Three Breweries and Four Walks' tour of 61 miles, John Jones and the Reluctant Ramblers played to a full house in the Assembly Rooms, Presteigne having just completed a 19 mile walk from Bishop's Castle to Presteigne. The event was a fund-raiser for St Michael's, part of Colin Kirkby's fundraising programme as Mayor of Presteigne 2015-2016.

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  16. Taunton and Wellington parks 'among the best in the country'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Somerset County Gazette

    Vivary and Victoria parks and French Weir in Taunton and Wellington Park are among 1,686 parks and green spaces nationwide to receive a Green Flag Award - a prestigious mark of quality. And Swains Lane Nature Reserve, in Wellington, has again gained a Community Green Flag Award, while Wellington Park has also won a Green Flag Heritage award.

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  17. The Championship - Battle of the MidlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Vital Football

    The forthcoming season will see six Midlands clubs competing in the Championship. Blues, Aston Villa and Wolves make up the West Midlands contingent with Derby County, Nottingham Forest and newly promoted Burton Albion representing the East Midlands.

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  18. A new umbrella disability group has been launched in OswestryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Border Counties Advertizer

    DO, as in We Can Do - aims to lead the way for groups in the area that support people with any type of Penny Rice, who chaired the inaugural meeting held at Derwen College in Gobowen, last week, said: "The importance of linking people together was thought to be very important. This is one of our aims.

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

    Thursday Jul 21 | Droitwich Advertiser

    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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  20. Properties for around A 1mRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | MoneyWeek

    From a Grade II-listed hall with fishing rights and 21 acres in Lancashire to a one-bedroom artist's apartment in Kensington. Bedford Gardens, Kensington, London W8.

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