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8:02am Saturday 23rd August 2014
JANE Pugh the florist fromJanes Petals and Gifts, Bishops Castle, had a lovely surprise Saturday morning when she arrived at the Shrewsbury flower show to find that she had won three trophies in the floral art section. The Royal Bank of Scotland Rose Bowl for the best pedestal entitled Downton Abbey. The best use of colour trophy also for Downton Abbey pedestal and the Gredington Cup for the most points in the floral art section.
4:05pm Friday 22nd August 2014
LAST year members were allocated a grant from the National Lottery Awards for All. It was decided to hold a patchwork and quilting workshop, open to members, non-members, any age. Members meet twice a month. Some of the group had not done this before, others are learning new skills and fresh ideas. The group enjoy the sessions making new friends, helping each other with different ideas, colour schemes etc. Among the items members have made are cushion covers, wall hangings, bags and table runners.
3:04pm Friday 22nd August 2014
THE children and staff at Bucknell School have worked extremely hard this term to put on our summer production 'Peace Child'. The play tells the story of how two tribes are united by a new born baby. A child who was able to teach them the meaning of love and appreciation of our differences.
10:04am Friday 22nd August 2014
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4:05pm Thursday 21st August 2014
Your Districts for Bishops Castle to The Strettons and clubs and societies, week commencing August 21.
2:22pm Thursday 21st August 2014
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CELEBRATING the arrival in South Shropshire of the Centenary Baton, after climbing 540 metres to the top of Brown Clee Hill, is county federation chairman Sue Bradley with members of Ludlow North and South groups. 2015 will mark the first 100 years of the Women's Institute in England and Wales. At present the special baton is on an 18 month long journey visiting all the 69 federations around the country, before reaching the Royal Albert Hall next summer.
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9:02am Saturday 2nd August 2014
JULY 4 saw the last performance by the Reid Warblers, a singing group which has entertained many in Cleobury Mortimer over the last nine years. The group was originally formed to provide a focus for a handful of people who wanted to sing for their own pleasure, on a fairly informal basis. Judy Reid was targeted as a piano player, but soon showed that she could do much more than accompaniments, and has been the musical director ever since. Predictably, once the existence of the group became known, invitations to give public performances followed.
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THE children at the Dame Anna Childs School in Whitton put on what could be there last end of term performance due the threat of closure hanging over the school. The performance for their family and friends was called The Pirates of the Curry Bean and told the story of how Pearl a young mother believes her husband is dead after being lost at see. Pearl and her children find a treasure map that is then stolen by pirates who also kidnap Pearl. Her children then go to find her on the ship called The Crunchy Frog. The Crunchy Frog and all it's crew are captured by pirates of the Curry Bean that then sinks leaving everyone on a the desert island of Lumbago where Pearl finds her lost husband and the treasure is found and they all live happily ever after. The children played their parts brilliantly with the whole school singing a selection of songs, there were also several solos and some of the older children had learned an awful lot of lines. The younger children played ship rats and island monkeys. The performance had some very amusing parts keeping their audience entertained all the way through.
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6:03pm Friday 25th July 2014
EARLIER in the term students from The Community College Bishop's Castle took part in the UKMT Junior and Intermediate Mathematical Challenges. The UKMT Individual maths challenges are lively, intriguing multiple choice question papers, which are designed to stimulate interest in maths in large numbers of pupils. The levels cover the secondary school range 11-18 and together they attract over 600,000 entries from over 4,000 schools and colleges.
6:13am Friday 25th July 2014
Your Districts and Clubs and Societies for Bishops Castle to The Strettons and clubs, week commencing July 24.
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Your Districts and Clubs and Societies for Richards Castle to The Strettons, week commencing July 17
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LOWER Broad Residents, Ludlow, would like to thank all those visitors and townspeople who supported our coffee, cakes and plant sale on June 21. It was a glorious 'long day', which over the period 10.30am till around 4.30pm, raised over £700, part of which will go to local charity, Ludlow Relief in Need. It shows that our street is far more than just a picture postcard street of small cottages, but a vibrant local community helping others.
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10:03am Friday 4th July 2014
IN the wake of all the negative press concerning schools and Ofsted, a little nursery in Diddlebury, Corvedale Centre for Children has bucked the trend and has been reported good. After a no-notice inspection the report was glowing.