Metal Matters

Metal packaging is 100% recyclable. Not just once: It can be recycled over and over again, into a huge variety of products. Every time it is recycled it saves natural resources, energy and cuts greenhouse gas emissions. Best of all, it doesn't take a lot of effort on your part to make a big difference.

James Thompson James Thompson

Waste Prevention Officer, Waste Management, Shropshire Council

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Additional Surcharges Fuelling Unnecessary Courier Costs

With a planned increase in fuel duty firmly back in the spotlight, a Shropshire logistics expert has urged businesses to be aware of other hidden charges.

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, November 19 – 25

Carbon monoxide poisoning can kill – an alarm is essential.

Every year around 14 people in the UK die from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by gas appliances which have not been properly installed or maintained.

During Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, November 19 – 25 the Shropshire Handyperson Service will be offering to supply and fit carbon monoxide alarms at a very competitive rate with a special offer for the first twenty customers to book their appointment.

Michael Michael

Severn Magazine and Love Shrewsbury Editor.

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New Life Coaching Business

A former senior Shropshire nurse who witnessed hundreds of patients with mental health issues has retrained as a life coach to help people across the county choose the right path in their everyday lives.

Andrea Robinson worked as a psychiatric nurse for 25 years, finishing her career at Shrewsbury’s Shelton Hospital as a nurse specialist in eating disorders.

Spring Handmade Fayre

Dear Designers, Makers & Crafters!

Hey Doll! are excited to announce our first Craft Fayre, -

'Spring Handmade Fayre ' in a beautiful location.

@  The Trinity Centre, Church Road, Meole Brace, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY3 9HF

http://www.trinitychurches.org/the-trinity-centre/

on Saturday 6th April 2013

from 10 - 4pm.

 

We are currently looking for stall holders to take part.

Exterior table, under cloisters in the courtyard - £7.50

Christmas Comes Early for Shrewsbury Based Charity

Children at an orphan house in one of the poorest parts of the world will have an extra special delivery of Christmas presents after a Shropshire toy specialist donated a haul of toys.

Dr Mike Taylor, director of Excitim Ltd based in Market Drayton, adapts mainstream toys to enable children with special needs to use them independently and discovered he had a box of toys he no longer needed.

He decided to donate the toys to Shrewsbury-based charity Medic Malawi so the children could have presents they would not have otherwise had.

Market Gears up to Support Children in Need

Traders at Shrewsbury Market Hall are gearing up to support the BBC’s Children in Need campaign.

A whole host of activities will be taking place tomorrow [FRI] at the indoor market to raise funds for disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.

Shrewsbury Firm Bridging the Gap with Road Replacement Project

An important overwater transport artery in the north west of Scotland is being upgraded with the aid of the first UK installation of an innovative, internationally-renowned type of modular steel bridge.

Shrewsbury-based Beaver Bridge Hire has been called upon to provide one of its Unibridge temporary bridges to aid with the £1.8 million replacement of the A82 Allt Chonoglais Bridge, just outside the village of Bridge of Orchy in Argyll and Bute.

Fantastic – let’s recycle more plastic

Residents across Shropshire are now recycling a wider range of plastic.  Since the start of October 2012, Shropshire Council, has been able to collect most types of household plastic food and drinks packaging.  Simply wash and squash and put your plastic pots, tubs and trays into your recycling box along with your plastic bottles, tins and cans.

Every household has received a leaflet which explains what they need to do.  The following items can be recycled as part of the recycling collection service:

James Thompson James Thompson

Waste Prevention Officer, Waste Management, Shropshire Council

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Special Prize for Client to Mark Six Years for Shropshire Business

A loyal client at a Shropshire aromatherapy practice was all smiles after scooping a special prize to mark the practice’s sixth year in business.

Revive Aromatherapy, based in the Parade Shopping Centre in Shrewsbury, launched in 2006 after Jen Hawkins decided to give up her role as head of English in a secondary school and follow her dream.

And to mark six years of successful trading Jen teamed up with Nigel and Sharon Huxley at Draper’s Hall in Shrewsbury to offer one client a special gift.

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