Posts By James Baylis
Meadowdale Nurseries in Telford have announced today, that they will be supporting the Ironbridge Gorge Brass Band Festival again this year. The Festival, which is held on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July at The Museum of Iron in Coalbrookdale, is an annual Brass Music Event including a gala evening concert that aims to raise money for local charity, Severn Hospice.
On Saturday 21 July 2018 from 2pm to 4pm, Telford Tennis Centre (located directly behind Oakengates Leisure Centre) will be hosting a very special family event… The Great British Tennis Weekend! This session will be completely FREE OF CHARGE and more »
Telford & Wrekin Council, Wellington Town Council and Local Councillors have teamed up to organise a family day in Wellington Market Square.
The free event will take place in Wellington’s Historic Market Square between 11am and 2pm this coming Saturday (19th)
A New hair care product will be launched in Telford on Monday.
Megan Boardman, of Donnington, and Jodi Bowring, of Apley, will launch Monat – a vegan and totally natural hair range – at 7.30pm at The Tudor Room, Meeting Point House, Southwater.
Amble through April with an Airedale?
Make memories with a Maltese or luxuriate in a Labrador’s love?
If you hanker after a hound, but you can’t commit to a canine of your own, becoming a Barking Mad host could bring dogs into your life.
Eight Nurses who worked with the late of Rachel Wilkes take on The Ironbridge Half Marathon for Pancreatic Cancer UK
37 Life-sized silhouettes at Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron mark centenary of Women’s right to vote in the Ironbridge GorgeFebruary 28, 2018 | James Baylis
A poignant, free exhibition of 37 life-sized silhouettes of women has been installed on The Green at Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, one of the 10 Ironbridge Gorge Museums in Shropshire, marking the centenary of women’s right to vote and the continued inequality that existed for a further 10 years.
Everyone in Britain was affected by the Great War and huge numbers of the population were keen to find ways to help the war effort. For some this meant raising money for the Soldiers’ Comfort Funds or knitting socks.