British Heart Foundation Shrewsbury has a wide range of volunteering opportunities

Furniture & Electrical

The Shrewsbury British Heart Foundation (BHF) Furniture and Electrical Store located at 31-32 Middle Mall, Darwin Centre has a wide range of volunteering opportunities to suit every type of person, including warehouse assistants, electrical function testers, stock generators, telephone operators and sales assistants. Call the Shrewsbury Store on 016 91652 438 for more information.

Michael Michael

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MP Daniel Kawczynski: Inspiring Visit to Adcote School  

Pupils and staff were delighted to once more welcome Daniel Kawczynski, Member of  Parliament for Shrewsbury and Atcham to Adcote School.  

In a very inspiring visit, senior pupils had the opportunity to quiz Daniel on a wide range of topical subjects, such as the latest issues discussed in Westminster, the national debt, overseas aid, Syria and a lively debate on the inevitable question of Europe.

In a “Question Time” style event, pupils were free to ask Daniel questions from the floor.  It was a unique chance to ask their MP some really searching questions.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Waving Cat on way to Hive

A Shropshire arts venue is preparing to host a spectacular childrens puppet show, as part of its eclectic programme of arts activities for the spring season. The Hive Music and Media Centre in Shrewsbury, is looking forward to presenting The Waving Cat of Japan - in an extravaganza which is set to wow audiences of all ages!

Commercial Property Firm Builds on Success

A local firm of leading commercial property specialists is starting the year off on the right tracks following the appointment of a highly-experienced new member of staff.

Shrewsbury Sixth Form is County Leader in A Level League Tables

Shrewsbury Sixth Form College is celebrating after it was revealed as a top Shropshire performer in new A Level statistics published by the government this week.

According to the Department for Education’s 2011/12 school and college performance tables for key stage 4 and key stage 5, Shrewsbury Sixth Form College consolidated its position as the top state-sector provider of A Levels in the county.

Importance of hand hygiene highlighted through new displays

The importance of hand hygiene is being highlighted to patients and visitors to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (RSH) and the Princess Royal Hospital (PRH) in Telford thanks to eye-catching new displays.

New roller banners, which have been created by the Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Team at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, are on display in the Outpatients Departments at both RSH and PRH.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Shropshire Speakers help businesswoman conquer fear

A Shropshire businesswoman who successfully conquered her fear of public speaking is calling for Shropshire residents to take the plunge and join her.

25 year-old Fran Greer from Shrewsbury is urging apprehensive individuals to join her in combating their fears and sign up to the Shropshire group of the internationally-renowned Toastmasters organisation. Members are taught communication, leadership, and speaking skills, in a relaxed and informal environment and are encouraged to put their new skills into practice by taking on speaking roles at each session.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Shrewsbury Brass Band’s Training Band seeks new players

After a successful 2012 which saw some of the training band’s players move up to the main band. Shrewsbury Brass Band Training Band is looking for new brass and percussion players to join their friendly band. The training band has a long history and indeed many of our section leaders came through the training band known then as the New Venturers. Our purpose is to provide an enjoyable music making experience for all our members whilst encouraging and developing their musical and social skills.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Free architecture & design clinic Friday 25th Jan in Shrewsbury

During the Christmas holiday period, many people start to think about home improvements or property projects, and the New Year is when they start to put their plans into action.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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Clinical Negligence Team Expansion

The clinical negligence department at Shrewsbury law firm Lanyon Bowdler continues its growth with the addition of three new solicitors.

Susan Kenyon, Miranda Hill, and Eleanor Rowlands joined the team in late 2012.

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