Shropshire Council has commissioned Shropshire Tourism, the not-for-profit tourism marketing organisation for the county, to undertake Bed & Breakfast training for prospective B&B operators and new start-up B&Bs in Shropshire. Two full day training sessions are currently being planned.
Readers of the Wrekin News who live within the area covered by Shropshire Council have, along with other SHropshire folk, been invited to have their say on improving the health of people in the county.
Police in Shrewsbury have appealed for anyone who was stopped and offered jewellery for sale at the roadside to get in touch.
A British Transport Police (BTP) spokesman told Wrekin News: “I can confirm that Carl Peter Lavill, aged 45, of Corporation Street, Birmingham, has been charged with two counts of assault by beating, common assault, criminal damage, travel fraud and behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
A man has appeared in court charged with three burglaries in Shrewsbury and Telford.
Shropshire Council is encouraging residents to sign up to Freegle – a grass roots movement that is helping to reduce waste. There are over one million Freegle members online in 366 groups all over the UK including right here in Shropshire using the www.freegle.org.uk website to help reduce waste. In Shropshire alone there are 17,000 people signed up to Freegle, advertising stuff for free and keeping waste out of landfill in the process.
A programme funded by European Social Fund aimed at helping to motivate young people to take part in different activities to improve their employability skills is set to start again in Telford and Wrekin.
A Telford nursery school is celebrating after being hailed as “outstanding” following a government inspection.