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The town is also home to Shropshire's only football league side.Victim Mitchell Lloyd was sent emails telling him when and where he could go and who he could see, a court heard.The former hospital trust administrator also created two fictitious female friends to further criticise Mr Lloyd when he was known to have seen other women.Adderley was jailed for a total of nine months having admitted an offence of stalking and a charge of impersonating a police officer.The hoard went on display yesterday at Whitchurch Heritage Centre.Speaking yesterday, David Broad, head steward at the centre, said: “Its been fairly busy."); Paid Advert Email Body("Dear Thank you for placing your advertisement with Shropshire Star Before your advertisement is seen by our readers, please check the details of your booking below carefully: If you wish to amend or cancel your advertisement you can do so by following these simple steps: If you are placing an item for sale to prevent any unnecessary calls once you‘ve sold your item, don‘t forget to cancel your advertisement under Running Adverts Thank you for your advert, If we can offer any further support, please contact us.Classifieds Team Shropshire Star01952 244244Shropshire Star Please retain this email for your records........................................................................
The county town is the birthplace of Charles Darwin and is within a loop of the River Severn providing beautiful riverside walks.
We have had one or two town councillors in as well.” Eleri Farley, assistant learning and access officer at Wrexham County Borough Museum, said: “We are taking the recently-discovered Bronington hoard on tour to the Maelor area.
“The hoard was discovered between 20 by metal detectorists near Whitwell.
The hoard was deliberately buried around 1465 during the time of the War of the Roses.
“The tour is part of Wrexham Museum’s ‘Buried in the Borderlands’ project.
Councillor hits out at Square changes by Chris Burn Claims that changes to Shrewsbury’s Square are needed to ensure businesses can keep trading there have been described as ‘utter nonsense’ by a Shropshire councillor.