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 Kirsty Smallman
Everyone wants to go that extra mile when it comes to customer service but staff at one Shropshire hotel seem to be getting into a habit of literally going hundreds of extra miles!It has become a running joke that staff at The Buckatree Hall Hotel near Wellington are driving up and down the country for their customers.The most recent trip […]
by Kirsty Smallman
A Shropshire hotel has continued its support of local sports and community initiatives by donating a new football kit to the Ercall Colts under-13s football team. Buckatree Hall Hotel in Wellington provided 16 kits overall and team coach Nick Guy said they were a huge boost for the players. Electrician and gas engineer Mr Guy, rom Donnington, said: “I coach […]
by Kirsty Smallman
The owners of a historic Shropshire hotel have invested hundreds of pounds in upgrading four of its bedrooms and now schools have been invited to have a go at naming them. The Best Western Valley Hotel is located in the heart of the Ironbridge World Heritage Site. The property itself is steeped in history having once been the family home […]
by Kirsty Smallman
A Shropshire based window film company has taken its level of service to new heights after landing a contract to keep gym members cool. UK Tinting Solutions Ltd, based in Madeley, Telford, was called in by Anytime Fitness at Lawley to help reduce the temperatures for customers using its gym and to cut air conditioning costs. Duncan Richards, managing director of […]
by Kirsty Smallman
Companies across Shropshire are being ‘conned’ out of tens of thousands of pounds a year by a clicking scam, according to a Telford-based copying business. Adrian Casey, managing director of Unique Copiers Ltd in Telford, is calling on businesses, schools and councils to be more vigilant about what is known as the “triple click method”. The triple click method sees […]
by Kirsty Smallman
Nobody can help but smile when your son – grinning with his two front teeth missing – runs out of the theatre and into the arms of his nanny and asks “do you do naked yoga nanny?” Yes we’d been to Theatre Severn in Shrewsbury and watched the hilarious production of David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny. I’m sure you’ve seen plenty […]
by Rhea Alton
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 […]
by Rebecca Dutton
Three riders from a top Shropshire cycling team have achieved huge success in the Masters Tour of Majorca – a Stage Race attracting talented amateur riders from all over Europe who have to be aged 30 plus. Representing Rhino Velo Racing, a team mentored by well-known Shrewsbury cyclist Mike Jones, were Chris Pook, 33, of Shrewsbury-based estate agents Cooper Green […]
by Kirsty Smallman
Following the success of performing a month-long run to packed audiences at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, award winning writer, performer and comedian ROB AUTON embarks on a UK tour with The Sleep Show. Having explored the colour yellow in 2012’s The Yellow Show, the sky in 2013’s The Sky Show, faces in 2014’s The Face Show and water in 2015’s The Water Show, ROB has now turned his attention to […]
by Kirsty Smallman
Charities and schools are preparing to raise funds and showcase their musical talent at the first charity Christmas market to be held at a leading county department store. It is the first time that Alan Ward in Shrewsbury has hosted the event and has already seen a number of charities book their stalls at the event on December 3rd and […]