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    Article: Dec 20, 2021

    Congratulations to Helen Morgan on her stunning success in the North Shropshire Parliamentary by-election.

    The results were

    1. Helen Morgan (LD) 17,957
    2. Neil Shastri-Hurst (Cons) 12,032
    3. Ben Wood (Lab) 3,686
    4. Duncan Kerr (Green) 1,738
  • Article: Dec 19, 2021

    There have been a number of reports received during December from local members of the public where they have been reportedly phoned by a 'Police Officer' claiming to be from the nearest local Police Station.

    The 'officer' claims to be making enquiries about fraudulent use of the victims bank card, likely in order to gain banking details. Please remember the police will never contact you asking for your bank card details or cash. If someone does, it's a scam - provide no details, hang up and report it immediately to Action Fraud at www.actionfraud.police.uk or 0300 123 2040

  • Article: Dec 19, 2021

    LOCAL POLICE CONTACT DETAILS

    Team details Safer Neighbourhood Sergeant:

    Sgt 2382 Damien Kelly Safer Neighbourhood Officer:

    PC 3331 Stuart Coote Police Community Support Officer:

    PCSO 6160 Shaun Culliss Police Community Support Officer:

    PCSO 40492 Nicole Jones

    Team Email: bccar.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk

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    Article: Dec 1, 2021

    Worthen church have been very fortunate to obtain an original signed painting from Penelope Timmis to raffle for Church Funds.

    This is a very special prize and most generous of Penny, who is keen to raise a significant sum of money for the Church.

    She is coming to the Christmas Tree festival on 18th December, to pick the winning ticket and hopefully present the prize to the lucky winner.

  • Article: Dec 1, 2021

    A grant scheme is set to be launched by Shropshire Council in a bid to help protect community assets in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

    The Community Asset Grant Scheme Pilot will bid to help the sustainability of some community assets which are vitally important in achieving post-pandemic recovery with grants of up to £15,000.