Oswestry

One of the first children back at The Movement Centre, Amelie, with Sarah Bew, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist.
25 Oct 2020
A Shropshire charity which was forced to close its centre due to the coronavirus pandemic is welcoming children with movement difficulties back to benefit from its unique and life-changing therapy.   The Movement Centre staff and volunteers are delighted to be able to deliver Targeted Training - the only therapy of its kind in the world - again at its base in Oswestry. The centre had been closed...
30 Jun 2020
A Shropshire mobility company set up from home three years ago is moving to a new showroom to accommodate continued expansion and meet increasing demand for its services. Shropshire Mobility Solutions Ltd is moving into the former Cafe on the Hill at Welsh Frankton and will open on Monday (July 6th). The showroom is seen as the next logical step in the growth of the company which will hopefully...
Claire Flavell, Director of Care at Bluebird Care, with the Bird feeder package, ready to take to customers.
20 May 2020
BLUEBIRD CARE SHROPSHIRE ARE WORKING WITH SHROPSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST AND OMEGA, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR END OF LIFE CARE TO ENSURE THAT ISOLATION IS AS CHEERFUL AS POSSIBLE Local care company, Bluebird Care Shropshire, have partnered with charities the Shropshire Wildlife Trust and Omega, the National Association for End of Life Care to promote the projects “Feed the Birds” and “A Letter from...
23 Jan 2020
2020 is off to a jolty start – with bad news coming from across the world, January is looking pretty bleak – however amidst all this is a jolt of colour, as Bluebird Care Shropshire has kept up their “blue Monday” tradition of  sending flowers to their customers for the fifth year running! “Blue Monday”, the third Monday of January, which fell on the 20th this year,  has been coined the saddest...
10 Sep 2019
A free HR workshop is being staged in Oswestry to make sure small companies are fully up to speed with changes to employment law. The HR Essentials event is being staged by the Marches Growth Hub Shropshire and HR expert Niamh Kelly at Aico’s new headquarters in the town and will cover key HE and employment issues company owners and managers need to be aware of. Niamh, director of the HR Dept and...
Friends of the WSTN visit the recording studio
11 Jun 2019
Launch of Talking Newspaper Friends The West Shropshire Talking Newspaper (WSTN) has launched a Friends group for people who would like to support this local charity, but who are not able to take part as hands-on volunteers. At a special event in the Roy Fletcher Centre, Shrewsbury on 6 June 2019  chairman Peter Waller welcomed some of the first Friends who have signed up with standing order...
Caitlin Morgan with Ke-design director Craig Marston.
05 May 2019
A Shropshire student scooped a sponsorship boost after impressing architectural design bosses during an impressive work experience placement. Caitlin Morgan, 16, from Grinshill near Shrewsbury, is a student at Thomas Adams School, Wem, and has her heart set on a career in architecture.  She told Craig Marston, director of Ke-design about her plans to travel to Peru on a scheme aimed at improving...
22 Apr 2019
Students from Ellesmere College have taken 24 first place prizes at a Shropshire music competition. They dominated the popular Oswestry Music Festival with 16 first place positions for soloists and a further eight for ensembles. The festival, organised by Oswestry Town Council, showcases the best young musicians and gives them the chance to receive valuable feedback designed to support their...
22 Mar 2019
Recognised nationally as a long-established and greatly-respected awarding body, The British Coach Tourism Awards (BCTA) aim to honour and award those in the industry who are truly exceptional at what they do for coach trips and their visitors across the UK. The awards are as much an honour as they are a representation of what all coach tourism industry professionals should aspire to be. Nominees...
08 Mar 2019
Internationally acclaimed musician Tom Doughty, who has a permanent spinal injury, brings his ‘If I can do it, you can do it’ philosophy, stressing the value and importance of creating and listening to music, to the Spinal Injuries Centre in Oswestry on Wednesday March 13th from 10.30am. After a road accident in 1974 when he was 17, Tom’s paralysis affects all four limbs and his balance. He has a...
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