The Severn Hospice Forget Me Not Appeal has been a sell-out success and now hundreds more have been commissioned to cope with demand.Read the full story ›
A ten-year-old schoolgirl from Shropshire whose fundraising head shave in memory of her father went viral online, has helped launch a new appeal inspired by the Tower of London poppies.
Tallulah Lewis-Schulz raised ten thousand pounds for the Severn Hospice, after her dad Andreas lost his fight with cancer.
Her inspirational fundraising attempt was filmed by ITV News Central last September, and became an internet hit, being viewed more than 4 million times on the ITV Central Facebook page.
Today she planted a steel Forget Me Not flower in his memory, as hundreds went on sale to raise money to keep the hospice going. Chris Halpin reports.
A display of hand-crafted metal flowers has been unveiled at Shrewsbury Castle today to raise money for Severn Hospice.
It was launched by a ten-year-old girl who raised £10,000 for the hospice after it cared for her father in his final days.
Severn Hospice hope to raise more than £20,000 from the flowers, helped today by fundraiser Tallulah Lewis-Schulz in memory of her Dad.Read the full story ›
Inspired by the Tower of London poppy installation, one special 10-year-old will today help unveil Shropshire's own poignant version.Read the full story ›
The A442 is closed in both directions due to an earlier crash at Sutton Hill / Halesfield 10 (Brockton Roundabout).
The accident happened between the Brockton Roundabout and the Trumpet link roads.
A vehicle has crashed with a lamp post and is leaning partly over.
A 50-year-old woman was trapped in a car for an hour after a collision in Shropshire.
Fire services had to cut her out of the car while she remained trapped by her leg inside the vehicle.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to Gobowen Road in Oswestry just before 5.00pm on Saturday.
The two car collision had left one woman, in her 50s, trapped by her legs in the car. The fire service worked to cut her out of the car while ambulance staff administered pain relief and fluids as she had sustained pain to her chest and abdomen.
After an hour, the woman was freed from the wreckage and ambulance staff immobilised her with a neck collar and spinal board. She was then taken by air ambulance to Royal Stoke University Hospital for specialist trauma care.
The driver of the second vehicle did not require hospital treatment.
An ambulance, a paramedic area support officer and the Midlands Air Ambulance with and MERIT trauma doctor on board attended the scene.
Two elderly women and a man have been injured following a 'serious' crash on the old A5 Road near Norton in Shropshire this afternoon.Read the full story ›
A young boy who reportedly suffered a head injury in a car crash had to be taken to A&E in a fire engine because there were no ambulances.Read the full story ›
Friends of Georgia Williams who was murdered in Shropshire three years ago, today paid tribute to the teenager's sense of adventure - as they took to the skies in an aeroplane she helped to build. The college project was started four years before she was killed.
Callum Watkinson reports.