MP Daniel Kawczynski: Open Day for Local Businesses – Friday 15 February 2013

MP Daniel Kawczynski:
Open Day for Local Businesses – Friday 15 February 2013

 
Daniel Kawczynski MP is appealing to local businesses to attend an open day to find out more about securing contracts for the construction of the Battlefield Energy Recovery Facility.   The event will take place on Friday 15 February between 10:00am and 3:00pm at Shrewsbury Town Football Club, Oteley Road, Shrewsbury, SY2 6ST.

Michael Michael

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Agritel's bin press provides 45 percent waste management savings at one of Rotherham's premier fish and chip restaurants

A specialist Yorkshire fish and chip restaurant has seen a 45 percent reduction in its waste and rubbish disposal costs with help from the product supplied by a Shropshire company.

Shropshire Garden Designer WINS 'green' award!

A garden designer from Church Stretton is celebrating after recently winning a prestigious award.

Mike Russell from Designs with Nature received the ‘Local Services’ award from the Shropshire Hills Area of Natural Beauty (AONB) in early February, in recognition of his valuable contribution towards the Shropshire Hills Sustainable Business Scheme Pledge.

Jodie Griffith, from the Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership, explained “We organised this event to say thank you to the local businesses who continue to support the
Sustainable Business Scheme.”

Who is your NHS Hero? National recognition scheme launches in Shropshire

Who is your NHS Hero? Who do you know who has gone the extra mile to provide exceptional care this winter? Nominations have opened for the national NHS Heroes initiative following the success of last year’s recognition scheme.

This time the scheme focuses on winter heroes – recognising that no matter the weather conditions, NHS staff and teams across the country go above and beyond their call of duty day in, day out to make sure you get the care you need, when you need it, without the expectation of acknowledgement or a thank you.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Chance to look around the new centre for Adults with Autism in Shropshire

People will be able to get an exclusive look around a £500,000 respite centre for adults with autism - the first of its kind in Shropshire - before it opens its doors to the first clients.
The doors of Barra House in Wem, which is run by Shrewsbury-based Adelphi Care Services, will open for the special open day on February 28 from 10am to 2pm.
Barra House on Aston Road enables adults with the spectrum disorder to enjoy a rest whilst also giving their carers and families the chance to enjoy a break safe in the knowledge their loved one is in safe hands.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Croquet in Shrewsbury

Croquet came to Shrewsbury in the early 1980s, thanks to the efforts of the gentleman in civvies in the above photo, Henry Christmas, known throughout the croquet world, you will be astonished to discover, as 'Happy' Christmas - and if ever a man lived up to his nickname, this is he. Having found half a dozen like-minded enthusiasts, he persuaded the then Shrewsbury and Atcham council to create a pair of croquet lawns at Monkmoor. Unfortunately, like so many people who only think they know about croquet, the council built 2 crown green bowling lawns, complete with ditches and undulations.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Research and development to be highlighted at lecture

Research and development at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust will be the theme of the next lecture organised for Foundation Trust members.
The talk for public and staff Foundation Trust members has been organised by the Trust's Governance and Membership Office.
It will take place on Monday 25 February 2013 at 6pm in the Hamar Help and Support Centre at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Pamper Day Heaven this weekend in Shrewsbury

Heavenly Brides and Belles in Shrewsbury’s busy Pride Hill Centre are holding a free Ladies Pamper Day this Sunday from 10am to 3pm – everyone welcome.

There will be the chance to experience hands-on healing and relaxation from a professional reiki practioner  and hair and makeup demonstrations from a beauty therapist.

There will also be skin care products on sale and ten per cent reductions off all Heavenly Brides and Belles accessories plus a competition to win a bridal hairstyle.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Citroen DS 5

When it comes to doing things a differently in the automotive world, you can pretty much rely on Citroen. Think about it, can you think of another car manufacturer confident not only to build the Traction Avant - the World’s first front-wheel drive steel monocoque production car, but also the unapologetically quirky and uncompromisingly utilitarian 2CV? And if that wasn’t enough they were also brave enough to hire the undeniably batty Grace Jones for their 80’s CX add campaign too. Good old Citroen, ever-so slightly “out-there”

Liam Bird Liam Bird

I'm Liam Bird, a freelance Motoring Writer based in the South Shropshire Marches. I currently write car reviews and road tests for a number of regional lifestyle magazines and newspapers which are distributed throughout Cheshire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, most of Wales and beyond.

As a member of the Welsh Group of Motoring Writers I'm as happy behind the wheel of a super-mini as I am in the latest super-car. I have press accreditation with most of the major motor manufacturers, meaning that as well as always being on the look out for further commissions, I always have a number of cars arriving each month ready to review.

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Sir Ken Knight to Visit Shropshire in Spending Review

Sir Ken Knight will visit Shropshire this month to carry out a spending review at Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service which has already slashed £4.5 million from its £20 million annual budget.
Chief Fire Officer Paul Raymond will tell the newly retired Government Chief Fire & Rescue Advisor during his visit on February 12 that it is “almost impossible” to make another £1 million in demanded cuts without an “increased risk” to the people of Shropshire.

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