What's happening?

We are based in the lovely county of Shropshire and although we work with clients in a wide range of surrounding counties, and virtually with businesses across the UK, we love where we live and love to shout about it.

Shouting about things is really our bag so this is the page where we tell you what our clients have been up to, what's happening in Shropshire, what's happening with J&PR - and of course our advice and tips!

by Dani Wozencroft
After a long day at work the thought of relaxing to enjoy the ballet at The Place, Oakengates Theatre, in Telford, was a comforting one. Of course, not before fighting through rush hour traffic, rushing to cook something vaguely edible, eating as much as I could of the vaguely edible food, hot-footing it to the theatre and hunting for a car […]
by Rhea Alton
The Shropdoc emergency out of hours number – which receives around 250,000 calls every year – is to change from October 13. The move comes after regulation changes by OFCOM regarding the use of 08 numbers and the rise in cost of calls from landlines. Shropshire Doctors Co-operative Ltd (Shropdoc) provides urgent medical services for patients in Shropshire, Telford and […]
by Rhea Alton
Staff who work around the clock to ensure the success of the Shropdoc out-of-hours service have been honoured for their efforts. A Shropdoc Celebrating Success event was held at the Shrewsbury Town Football Club on September 28, 2015, where a number of staff were recognised. The winners were chosen by a judging panel consisting of a Shropdoc Council board member, […]
by Simon Alton
A slice of cake may not be the most obvious accompaniment to a taxi ride, but that’s what passengers were treated to as part of a company’s charity campaign. Executive drivers at Go Carz, Shropshire’s largest taxi firm, offered customers a cake for them to enjoy during their journey on Friday (October 9) – in return for a donation to […]
by Simon Alton
A woman from Shropshire who severely injured her leg in a horse riding accident is hoping to represent Team GB in next year’s Paralympics – and she needs sponsorship to help her achieve her dream. Kelda Wood, of Shrewsbury, is currently training with the British Canoeing team in the paracanoe discipline, and has a good chance of making it to […]
by Dani Wozencroft
“Everybody has their level” said Mr Knightley – and at Theatre Severn the performance of Emma was on the highest level. I’d imagined a stage of antique furniture, big floral dresses and the Queen’s English – but what I enjoyed in the Walker Theatre could not have been further from that.  The intimacy of the venue, the simplicity of the stage and the […]
by Rhea Alton
It was my first experience of heading into town on the dark Winter nights as I ventured out to see Baroque by Candlelight at Theatre Severn. I really enjoy watching opera and when I spotted this on the Theatre Severn line-up for 2015 I was eager to see it. When I review opera my reviews are always a little different […]
by Dani Wozencroft
Next week I’m going to see the ballet. The Vienna Festival Ballet at The Place, Oakengates Theatre. It’s a production of Coppélia and the visit came about after a friend and I were discussing how often we see shows, musicals, ballet and other productions. It turns out, not very often. So I spotted this and I’m pretty excited now. The last ballet […]
by Simon Alton
Bosses at Telford Tigers have thanked a town business which has been an “unsung hero” behind the scenes during the club’s resurgence. Telford Tigers was saved from extinction by a supporters’ trust in 2008, and is now thriving under new owners, Red Hockey, with the team winning the English Premier League title last season. One of the longest-serving supporters of […]