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Visitors urged to visit Shrewsbury Christmas grotto to raise money for Macmillan

A mum of two who lost her husband to cancer and has battled the disease herself is urging visitors to Shrewsbury's busy Darwin Shopping Centre to support the mall's Christmas grotto in raising funds for Macmillan.

Additional Park and Ride buses to run in Shrewsbury tonight

Shrewsbury's Park and Ride service is to be extended tonight. An 'extra' bus is set to leave each of the three Park and Ride sites at 30-minute intervals from 6.50pm until 8.50pm. The last bus will leave the town centre at 9pm.

However, people are reminded that these services may run later than advertised, as roads will be closed for Carols in the Square.

Praise for Shrewsbury's new student accommodation

Work to convert an unused building in Shrewsbury into student accommodation has been praised by Shropshire Council. Mardol House is home to students at the new University Centre Shrewsbury.

Light show to bring cheer to shoppers and singers in Shrewsbury

A snow filled light projection will wow crowds in Shrewsbury's Town Square on Wednesday 16th December as part of the late night shopping and events offer in the town centre. Snow will fall as part of a magical moving Christmas show projected onto the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, while music will complete the interactive audio-visual experience.

Henry Tudor House Bar is first to stock new lager

An award-winning Shrewsbury bar and restaurant is toasting the launch of a new drink produced in the town. Henry Tudor House, situated just off Wyle Cop, is the first stockist of Shropshire Lager, the latest offering from Battlefield Brewery.

Boutiques boost The Square

Independent Shrewsbury retailers have praised the 'transformation' of the town's Square into a thriving focal point for shopping and eating. The business people have all said that footfall in this area of the town has steadily increased over the last 12 months, boosting trade and raising their profile.

University Centre Shrewsbury 2016 Public Events Programme unveiled

University Centre Shrewsbury (UCS) leaders have unveiled an exciting and wide-ranging line-up of public events for 2016, featuring its distinguished academics and eminent guests. The events are open to everyone, and many are free.

They include lectures by guests:

Watch the Big Conversation video and tell us what services are important to you

As part of its Big Conversation, Shropshire Council has today released an animated video encouraging residents to get involved and tell us what council services are important to you. The video, produced by the council and posted on YouTube, illustrates the financial challenges Shropshire Council faces over the next few years.

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