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Another Blooming Marvellous Business Sponsorship

Another new business sponsor has been unveiled at two prime sites in the town in support of Shrewsbury in Bloom.

Approved Care and Support is the new sponsor of the roundabout on Welshpool Road at the entrance to Oxon Business Park as well as the island at the junction of Grange Road off Roman Road.

Amanda Jones, director of the company based at Oxon Business Park, said: “The Shrewsbury in Bloom sponsorship scheme is a great way to support the town’s floral features throughout the year.

New Bloom Sponsor for Battlefield

Another new business sponsor has been unveiled at a prime site in the north of the town in support of Shrewsbury in Bloom.

Shrewsbury SelfStore is the new sponsor of the Archers Way roundabout at the junction of Knights Way, Yeomanry Road and Archer Road at Battlefield.

Martin Thomas, Director said: “We are delighted to be able to support Shrewsbury in Bloom with our sponsorship of the roundabout at Archers Way. We feel that our sponsorship of this roundabout will help to raise our profile in the area.

Lighting Up a Great Blooming Business Sponsorship


Shrewsbury in Bloom’s sponsorship scheme is proving to be a big hit with local businesses with another company unveiled at a prime site in the north of the town.

Edmundson Electrical on Vanguard Way is the new sponsor of the roundabout at the junction of Hussey Road and Knights Way at Battlefield.

Vote for Your Favourite Shrewsbury Market Trader of the Year

Shoppers to Shrewsbury’s award-winning Market Hall are being asked to cast their vote to find the Market Trader of the Year for 2020.

People visiting the indoor market before March 20 can nominate their favourite trader to win a Mayor of Shrewsbury Award.

The trader with the most votes will be presented with a trophy at the annual Mayor’s Awards ceremony in the Lecture Theatre of University Centre Shrewsbury at the Guildhall on April 29.

We're Looking for Shrewsbury's Unsung Heroes

The Mayor of Shrewsbury, Councillor Phil Gillam, is asking businesses, organisations and residents to make nominations for the town’s annual civic awards. 

Now in their eleventh year and with two new categories for 2020, the awards are designed to recognise those who have gone above and beyond for the benefit of the town.

Council Grant Scheme for Local Organisations

Shrewsbury Town Council is encouraging local groups to apply for funding from their Grant Scheme, which can help local organisations to help them achieve their aims and objectives. The grant can be used to fund either new projects or continued services and may also be used as matched funding.

The Council has a policy of assisting local community groups and applications must be from a properly formed group, club, committee or charity, which must show that the group has charitable/community aims whilst benefitting the residents of Shrewsbury. 

Benefits of Blooming Great Business Sponsorship

An existing business sponsor has been so impressed with the results of their company’s Shrewsbury in Bloom sponsorship that they have now been unveiled at a prime site in the town in support of Shrewsbury in Bloom.

Shropshire House Clearances is the new sponsor of the roundabout on Monkmoor Road, opposite the Police Station.

Simon Peake, Managing Director of the company, said: “We have been delighted with the results of our existing sponsorship locations in Shrewsbury and have seen an increase in business as a result.

Tree Planting at Monkmoor River Ground

Shrewsbury Town Council’s Countryside Team will be undertaking a number of tree planting sessions at Monkmoor River Ground over the next couple of months and are looking for volunteers to come along and help out.

The aim of the project is to create a mix of open grassland, scrub, hedges, woodland and park trees on an area of land owned by the Town Council.

Christmas Fun with Carols in the Square

With everyone on a countdown to the big day, Shrewsbury’s annual Carols in the Square concert returns this week.

The ever popular festive event will take place on Wednesday [DEC 18] from 5.30pm with music for all the family.

Shrewsbury Town Council is managing the concert, which will be broadcast live on BBC Radio Shropshire hosted by Eric Smith from 6.05pm.

Improvements to Monkmoor Recreation Ground

Shrewsbury Town Council is currently undertaking works to the football pitch at Monkmoor Recreation Ground to improve facilities for local residents.

The project to install a new 3G Synthetic football pitch, new fencing and lighting commenced on October 21.