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21 Apr 2015

One of the brightest indie guitar bands of the late 80s and early 90s will make a return to Shrewsbury for the first time in 25 years in May.

BOB, who played over half a dozen sell-out gigs between 1988 and 1990 in venues such as The Fridge, will use the town date at The lion Hotel on 22 May as a warm up to their appearance at the Gigantic Indie All Dayer in Manchester the following day...

14 Apr 2015

Shrewsbury based environmental consultancy E4environment (E4) has appointed Emma Sumner as its new research consultant.

25-year-old Sumner holds a BSc (Hons) in physical geography from Aberystwyth University and a MSc in environmental management from Coventry University. Although this is the first full-time position since completing her studies, Sumner has worked on a number of...

14 Apr 2015

Organisers of The Big Art Show are pleased to announce Kiki Jewellery as the 100th exhibitor to sign up for this year’s event.

Held at the West Mid Showground in Shrewsbury over the first weekend in July (3rd, 4th and 5th) The Big Art Show aims to provide a showcase for artists using a diverse range formats and presentation through the use of paint, sculpture, jewellery, glass, ceramics...

18 Mar 2015

Two Shropshire organisations which combine to provide the equipment, affordable loans and a support service for people aiming to secure employment, celebrate their first year working together this month.

Reviive, which specialises in the resale of donated household furniture and goods through its recycling and upcycling centres in Oswestry, Shrewsbury and Telford, teamed up with Wheels...

24 Feb 2015

A sod cutting ceremony took place last week at a development that will see new affordable homes for the village of Kinlet on the Shropshire–Worcestershire border.

To be constructed by Saxonby for Shropshire Rural Housing (SRH) the scheme will consist of eight dwellings including two two-bedroom bungalows, four two-bedroom and two three-bedroom houses.

To help secure the proposed...

24 Feb 2015

A contribution of furniture made by a Shropshire recycling and resale centre has enabled a Telford social club to re-establish its role as an important multiple-activity centre in the community.

Reviive, which has outlets in Oswestry, Shrewsbury and Trench in Telford donated £600 worth of chairs to Dawley Social Club following the construction of its new function room due to a partially...

24 Feb 2015

A Shropshire homebuilder is supporting the local Heritage Craft industry through the sponsorship of greenwood courses organised by a supplier it recently commissioned to provide bespoke items of furniture.

During the process of pruning and felling trees at its Besford Gardens development in Shrewsbury, Saxonby was approached by Mark Eccleston from Wroxeter based Pics and Sticks, who...

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