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Children in the village celebrate the building of their classrooms.

Ludlow Rotary Club has funded and built new classrooms at African school

Has enough been done to support Tenbury through this difficult time?

Jury's out on whether enough has been done to support Tenbury during bridge closure

Sprinter Leon Baptise shows his two gold medals that he won at the Commonwealth games in Delhi to from left Jemma Radmore, Leona Stokes, Harvey Barker and Elliot Booth.

Olympic hopeful Leon Baptiste inspires youngsters at Ashford Carbonell school

Slimming World consultants with comedian Jason Manford.

Slimming World consultants meet comedian Jason Manford at award ceremony

David Holbech,deputy project co-ordinator, and Stephen Ashford, project coordinator, at Caynham churchyard.

St Mary's Churchyard in Caynham benefits from Big Lottery funding

Planning applications received by Shropshire Council

Mary and Leighton.

Leighton on Teme couple celebrate five decades together

Shobdon Church is famed for its unusual interior.

Restoration of St John the Evangelist Church in Shobdon back on track

Tree of Light.

Ludlow Tree of Light dedications

Planning applications received by Shropshire Council

Harriett Baldwin.

Ludlow and Tenbury MPs Philip Dunne and Harriett Baldwin can look back on 2011 with a smile

Well-known Clee Hill figure dies

Ludlow Tree of Light dedications.

Ludlow Tree of Light dedications

Landlord Gary Seymour toasts success.

The Sun Inn at Leintwardine voted Herefordshire's pub of the year

Chaz’s mum Sam and girlfriend Hattie Hughes..

Sports personality award for Kinsham superbike rider

Planning applications received by Shropshire Council

Ludlow Tree of Light.

Ludlow Tree of Light dedications 2011

Youngster Dylan Clift makes a donation at Ludlow’s medieval fair alongside firefighters Andrew Jones and Richard Clarke (kneeling).

Ludlow firefighters raise more than £2,000 for charity

Ludlow Tree of Light

Ludlow Tree of Light dedications

Members of the South Shropshire Branch of the RSPB are John Glennie, Ann Hadfield, Frances Glennie and Marian Wootton.

South Shropshire bird watchers move to Culmington Village Hall

Mick Evans with Rachael Allen (left) and Anne Price (right) after completing the big shave-off.

Close shave for South Shropshire farmer

Kitty Brown, who lives in Ludlow, has just turned 106. 114654-1.

Special birthday for Kitty Brown

Ludlow town centre comes to a standstill at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the 11th year.Pictures by Keith Gluyas and Adrian Kibbler.

A silent tribute to South Shropshire’s fallen

Joshua Lambeth’s picture

Sparkling shot from Berrington Hall's spectacular fireworks display

Your Remembrance guide for Tenbury and Ludlow

Joining in with the Poppy Appeal bingo are, left to right, Isis Coleman, Rhiannon Coleman and Elisa Kinsey.

Youngsters support Clee Hill poppy appeal

John Chedgzoy (right), Herefordshire Council libraries manager, helps Helen Roberts (centre) and Ann Harris (left) set up Brimfield’s village hall library, 114317-1.

Brimfield and Orleton revive library service

Rashel Musaka and Phil Sams work on the project.

Design students at Ludlow College get valuable experience on "funky furniture" project

Pupils at Wigmore School with the scrummaging machine funded by the Kingspan Insulation Community Trust

Donation from Kingspan Insulation community trust buys new scrummaging machine for Wigmore School

Tenbury mayor Liz Weston crowns last year's Mistletoe Queen Alice Williams. Adrian Kibbler argues that popular events like this can provide a real boost to Christmas shop.

Could better marketing boost trading in Tenbury and Ludlow?

From left to right are apprentice Katie Burton, model Lauren Harris, salon owner Emma Morris,  model Louise Price and stylist Claire Morris.

Hairdressers from Bishop's Castle to appear in new reality TV show

Douglas Griffiths, of A H Griffiths butchers, cycled from Aberystwyth to Leintwardine in aid of the Air Ambulance.

Cycling butcher raises funds for Air Ambulance

Lizzy Thain, fuel buying scheme membership development officer, will help rural communities in south Shropshire to buy fuel more economically.

Community Council of Shropshire launches scheme to cut cost of rural fuels

Amie Horsfall with cakes made using Kudos Blends ingredients.

Cleobury Mortimer firm defies economic downturn

John Challis signs copies of his autobiography Being Boycie at Aardvark Books in Brampton Bryan.

North Herefordshire-based John Challis releases memoirs

John Hughes with a selection of fungi collected, including a parasol mushroom and an old puff ball.

Shropshire Wildlife Trust organises autumn fungus foray

A performance by medium Julie Hughes will boost funds for Ashford Carbonell Village Hall.

Up and coming medium Julie Hughes to perform at Ashford Carbonnell

Ian Owen with his sister Mandy, whose life he saved.

Bucknell man saves sister's life

Raising money for the Clee Hill sports field are Audrey Taylor, Janet Crowther, Sheila Bradley and Dave Crowther.

Clee Hill sports field restoration nears completion

Richard and Jane Arnold celebrate their 10th anniversary at the Crown County Inn at Munslow.

Couple celebrate 10th anniverary of taking over Crown County Inn at Munslow

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre to hold creative writing workshop

This Aboriginal shield sold for £22,000.

Aboriginal parrying shield sold to Australian buyer

Purslow Show Handicraft and Produce Results 2011

Rosanne Dawson with the sand art exhibition by Abigail Humphries at Fishmore Hall, Ludlow.

Ludlow woman stages sand art exhibition at Fishmore Hall

David Gajadharsingh.

New headteacher takes over at Bedstone College

Katheryn McBride and Tom Kirk are ecstatic with their results at Lacon Childe.

Students celebrate exam results

Fresh honours for brave pair from Clee Hill Major

Fresh honours for brave pair

The Battle of Mortimer’s Cross is being recreated.

Re-enactors to recreate the Battle of Mortimer's Cross

Twins Katie and Becky Goodwin with Becky’s pony Finbar.

Wigmore twins making name for themselves in horse riding world

The mower drivers and back-up team at Wells Communications in Burford. Pictured left to right are: (back) Paul Lovett, John Pardoe, and Mike Breakwell. Seated are Daz Whitehead and Tony Wight.

Long distance lawn mowers make pit stops in Ludlow and Tenbury

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