We’ve all gone a bit digital mad during the Coronavirus pandemic, haven’t we? From attending Zoom quizzes and industry-based webinars to watching our very own Si host Tiny Towers concerts via Facebook Live every Saturday - we’ve relied heavily on being ‘virtually social’ over the past few months. List virtual events for free No matter which virtual event you’re hosting,
Every year Theatre Severn gives us so many opportunities to get the family together and mark Christmas with a show! And as well as the hugely popular annual pantomime (you can already buy tickets for next year’s Aladdin!!) we also get a smaller scale Christmas-themed production in the Walker Theatre - which in 2018 was Santa’s Elves and the Shoemaker.
You always see the posts on social media. We spend too much time on our phones, young people never look up from their screens, over half of UK households now have a tablet.
A new medical couch donated to Shrewsbury Town Football Club physio team will help players to be treated even more effectively onsite.
Shropshire’s out-of-hours GP service has donated a potentially life-saving piece of equipment to the organisers of a community running event in Shrewsbury. Shropdoc has provided a defibrillator for the Shrewsbury parkrun, which sees up to 400 people of all ages and abilities running a 5km course in The Quarry every week. Emma Feely, patient liaison officer at Shropdoc, said: “We
The success of the Team GB gymnasts in Rio will create a new generation of youngsters wanting to emulate Olympic medallists, according to the chair of the Independent Schools Gymnastics Association. June Walden said youngsters in schools are spurred on by the achievements of double Olympic champion Max Whitlock, Louis Smith, Nile Wilson and Amy Tinkler. She said: “More children
Funding from a £1.5 million innovation programme is being ploughed into health services in Shropshire and Mid Wales, it has been revealed. Shropdoc (Shropshire Doctors Co-Operative Ltd) and the Powys Teaching Health Board have been selected by the Health Foundation to be part of its Innovating for Improvement programme. The £75,000 funding will be used to support a new project,
A good laugh on a Sunday evening always takes away the end-of-the-weekend blues. We can’t wait to see Paul Foot on October 30 at Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn. After two years in the making, the comedian is back with his new Show ‘‘Tis a Pity She’s a Piglet.” Professor Ketchup and his camembert piglet join forces as Paul tackles the big