Artist appeals for 1,000 women to bare their breasts for limited edition wallpaper

With a renewed campaign to ban Page 3 models, topless women demanding equal rights on the streets of New York and controversy raging over paparazzi pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing semi nude – breasts are very much in the news.

Now a Shropshire artist is looking to recruit 1,000 women to bare their breasts for a limited edition wallpaper.

Sam Pooley wants to photograph breasts - of all different shapes, ages and sizes – to create a montage work of art that will also be reproduced as designer wallpaper.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Special offer on home compost bins

To encourage more people to home compost this autumn, Shropshire Council is working in partnership with Veolia Environmental Services and getcomposting.com to offer reduced-price compost bins, from just £16. 

Better still, there is currently a special ‘buy one get one half price’ offer whilst stocks last. Simply visit www.shropshire.getcomposting.com or call 0844 571 4444.

James Thompson James Thompson

Waste Prevention Officer, Waste Management, Shropshire Council

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A unique pop-up shop has opened this week at Shrewsbury Market Hall

A unique pop-up shop has opened this week at Shrewsbury Market Hall for the run up to Christmas.

Glansevern Gallery, of Glansevern Hall, opened on Tuesday [NOV 6] will be selling a range of items, including Christmas decorations and William Yeoward Crystal, from the Market Gallery until the end of November.

All items for sale are half price and a gift wrap service is available.

Lantern makers to be the stars of Shrewsbury Christmas parade

Families are being invited to light up the launch of the Christmas season in Shrewsbury this month by taking part in a spectacular Lantern Parade.
They can come along and make their own lanterns at a special free workshop to be held in the town’s popular Riverside Shopping Centre on Saturday, November 17, from 11am to 4pm.

People2People winter ball

A winter ball is taking place to raise funds to support and develop groups led by volunteers for older people, adults with a learning or physical disability, and carers, in the Shrewsbury area.

Social work scheme People2People is holding the event at Shrewsbury Town FC, Greenhous Meadow, Oteley Road, on Saturday 17 November 2012.

Winter Wardrobe and Party wear Sale for Shrewsbury Oxfam

Winter Wardrobe and Party wear Sale

Shrewsbury Oxfam Supporters group will be holding a Winter Wardrobe and Party Wear  Sale at Space to Sew, 17a Swan Hill, Shrewsbury SY1 1NL
on Friday 23rd November from 6.30 - 9 pm.

Midcounties Gives Support to Food Bank Collections in Shropshire

MIDCOUNTIES GIVES ITS SUPPORT TO FOOD BANK COLLECTIONS IN SHROPSHIRE

New drama company takes a vested interest in celebrating Christmas the right way

New drama company takes a vested interest in celebrating Christmas the right way

A new theatre company is breaking onto the Shrewsbury scene just in time for Christmas. ‘Vested Interest’ will provide a unique insight into how individuals celebrate the festivities with its first production The Perfect Season.

Local Businesses To Prepare for Pension

A local HR consultancy is advising SMEs across Shropshire to make sure they’re fully aware of the recently introduced reforms to the government pension schemes.

Shrewsbury-based Triangle HR is urging businesses across the region to be prepared for the newly launched Workplace Pension Scheme, which will see all companies legally required to contribute to their employees’ pension pots by 2017.

MP Daniel Kawczynski Endorses Barnabas Church Food Bank

Local MP Daniel Kawczynski has visited the Barnabas Church in Longden Coleham, Shrewsbury to say a big thank you to a group of volunteers who provide emergency food parcels to his constituents.

Shrewsbury Food Bank is part of Barnabas Community Church in Shrewsbury, run by a group of volunteers who help those that find themselves in times of real hardship, by addressing their most basic of needs - to eat.

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