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2015

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Civic leaders gathering for Market Hall's 50th anniversary celebrations

Civic leaders and Shropshire's Lord Lieutenant will join market traders and members of the public on Wednesday for a celebration marking the 50th anniversary of the official opening of Shrewsbury Market Hall in 1965. The celebrations will be led by Shropshire Council leader Keith Barrow, the Lord Lieutenant Sir Algernon Heber-Percy and Shrewsbury Mayor Councillor Miles Kenny.

Council staff praised for work to make Shrewsbury's university a reality

The Shropshire Council staff that helped to make Shrewsbury's new University Centre a reality - and who are now helping to ensure its ongoing success - have been praised by the councillor with responsibility for the project. University Centre Shrewsbury is a partnership between the University of Chester and Shropshire Council.

Join voices at University Centre Shrewsbury inaugural Christmas Carol Service

University Centre Shrewsbury staff and students are urging people to join voices with them at the institution's inaugural Christmas Carol Service. The Christmas Service at St Chad's Church on Thursday 17th December is open to all.

Giant Snow Globe: A huge hit in 'Snowsbury'

Shrewsbury had a white Christmas this weekend as the town became 'Snowsbury' and families and friends filled a giant snow globe which featured in the town centre. More than a thousand people stepped into a winter scene to play in the snow and have a photo taken for free, as part of the Snowsbury-inspired activities from Shrewsbury BID.

Late-night shopping in Shrewsbury: important car park information

Shrewsbury's town centre businesses will be open as normal for late-night shopping tonight despite this week's flooding, and people are being encouraged to visit the town. Frankwell and St Julian's Friars car parks are closed due to flood levels, but free parking will be available from 4pm this afternoon in the following Shropshire Council-owned car parks.