What's happening?

Shouting about things is our bag, so this is where you can find what our clients have been up to, what's happening in our beautiful county of Shropshire, Team J&PR updates - and, of course, our PR and social media advice and tips!

by Rebecca Dutton
Plans for the 2019 Shrewsbury Flower Show have stepped up a gear with the news that  will be appearing on both days of the event in August. The Imps have thrilled crowds all over the world with their breathtaking performances and the team aged five to 16 never fail to impress as they keep audiences on the edges of their seats […]
by Rebecca Dutton
  A period coaching inn has gone on the market near Newport with an asking price of £825,000. The Swan at Forton has 12 en suite letting rooms and a restaurant and function room that can cater for 120 diners.  The hotel, which brought in £578,600 in net sales during the last year, has gone on the market through Halls […]
by Rhea Alton
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. […]
by Rebecca Dutton
  A Shropshire village community will come together for a special Christmas fayre at a historic county venue this weekend. The Condover Christmas fayre will take place at Condover Hall, near Shrewsbury, on December 2nd (Sunday) and organisers are promising a great selection of stalls, food, drinks, music and festive cheer. The event, open from 10am to 4pm, will also […]
by Rebecca Dutton
A thriving Shropshire business group is ending 2018 on a high with a record number of members and a brand new website. Severn Business Network – which will mark its 10-year anniversary next year  –  was established to promote business growth in and around Shropshire. The organisation hosts weekly, early-morning, meetings at Shrewsbury Town Football Club, which means members can […]
by Rebecca Dutton
Shropshire residents are being asked to think ahead and make sure they have any medication they need ahead of the festive period. Adding ‘medication’ to your pre-Christmas shopping list will reduce the impact on the already stretched medical services – as well as limiting any unnecessary extra stress for patients who might run out of much-needed medicines over Christmas. Martin […]
by Rebecca Dutton
It’s that time of year again! Panto time! This year Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn is showing the mother of all pantomimes- Mother Goose! Starring again will be Shropshire’s favoruite Dame, Brad Fitt, along with our fabulous radio star Eric Smith, of BBC Radio Shropshire, who will be playing the squire. The venue is preparing to repeat the success of last year’s box […]
by Rebecca Dutton
A Shropshire cycling team, which has celebrated huge success this season, has announced a name change for next year and also the addition of an exciting new sponsor. From 2019, ‘Rhino Velo Race Team’ will become ‘Holohan Coaching Race Team’ and along with existing anchor sponsors Shrewsbury based estate agents Cooper Green Pooks and charteredinsurance brokers Beaumont Lawrence, they will […]
by Rebecca Dutton
Enginuity and the Museum of Iron will open their doors free of charge to National Lottery players next month – as part of a campaign to say thank you to all those that help raise thousands for good causes every year. The museums will be free to enter on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December, 2018, to National Lottery players […]
by Rebecca Dutton
The countdown is on for a golden opportunity to win your own Shropshire trampoline park for free. Anyone who attends Jump In Shrewsbury before the end of the month will have the chance to take part with one lucky winner getting the park to themselves, their friends and family – up to 100 people – in the New Year. Sammy […]