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Telford & Wrekin could be moved into Tier 2 of the government’s coronavirus regulations. It is understood that government officials will meet to discuss the move today, after a recommendation based on data showing rising cases in the borough. If the move is approved then the measures could be announced by the government in parliament […]

Telford & Wrekin Council and its partners are underlining the dangers of private firework displays due to large-scale public events being cancelled and the Coronavirus pandemic. The Council, Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service, West Mercia Police and West Midlands Ambulance Service are all asking people to also avoid gatherings not in line with the Government’s […]

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A message from the Newport Food Bank: We know that sometimes people don’t come to see us because they are embarrassed or worried others may find out. We take confidentiality very seriously at the Foodbank, it’s why we don’t allow donations to be dropped off while we are open. All our volunteers sign confidentiality agreements […]

A café project for the young people of Newport was given a shiny new coffee machine by a charity for disabled people. The Newport Youth Café Project, set up in 2013 to provide a space for young people, runs at the Hub centre off St Mary’s Street. The Hub hosts the cafe, a weekly youth […]

A Newport resident has stepped up to offer help for university students who are self-isolating away from their families because of coronavirus guidelines. Lucy-Amber Carroll, who has always lived in Newport, said she was saddened by ‘negativity’ about the nearby Harper Adams University on social media this summer, with residents complaining about incidents of rowdy […]

The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust has been awarded £1.86 million from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund to help its long-term recovery from the coronavirus lockdown, it was announced today. The grant – delivered through Arts Council England – follows on from a £500,000 award in July under its Emergency Recovery Fund. Trust chief executive Nick […]

Children across the borough eligible for free school meals will continue to receive breakfast parcels after the Council has again extended its support scheme to cover the Christmas school holiday. This means that those in receipt of free school meals in the borough can continue to receive this support. The Council also aims to work […]

‘Permanent solutions’ to speeding issues on a town road will be sought after a play park’s railings were smashed by a mystery driver. The railings boardering Water Lane and the play area at Victoria Park, were found mangled and snapped on Wednesday but no driver has come forward to police. The town’s neighbourhood policing team […]

The old car park of the Royal Victoria Hotel in Newport was informally used by residents and visitors to get between the historic cobbles of St Mary’s Street, which the hotel opened onto, and Water Lane, which connects to Victoria Park and the town canal. The car park path was used by residents for decades […]

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