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- Updates on Tuesday 12 April 2016
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 Wednesday
The police in Dawley and Malinslee will be out on Aqueduct Road tomorrow to answer people's concerns following a recent spate of burglaries.
They'll be offering crime prevention advice between 17:30 and 18:30.Copyright: Google
There are still four Environment Agency flood alerts active in the county.
They cover the Tern and Perry catchment area, which includes Yeaton, Rodington and Walcot, the Rea and Cound Brooks, the Upper Teme (Leintwardine, Onibury and Ludlow) and the Severn-Vyrnwy confluence.
It should be generally dry and cloudy across the county tonight, but there's the chance of the odd light shower.
More than 280 people are expected to take part in the annual Lilleshall 10k "Monumental Run" this weekend (named after the nearby Lilleshall Monument).
It's been going for seven years now and has raised more than £10,000 for the local area.
Children in the village have got a new climbing wall, bike shelter and sports equipment from the money and some of them will be running in a two-mile fun run this year to raise cash for a new outdoor play area.
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Two Telford Tigers players are in the Great Britain squad for next week’s world championships tournament in Italy.
Defenceman Jonathan Weaver (pictured below) and netminder Thomas Murdy will be joined by Telford coach Tom Watkins.Copyright: Scott Wiggins
GB will face Croatia, Estonia, Lithuania, Romania and Ukraine between 17 and 23 April in the six-team Division 1B tournament and success would see them promoted to Division 1A, just below the big boys like Canada, Russia and the USA.
The ex-footballer Fabrice Muamba has given his reaction to the news that England's James Taylor has been forced to quit cricket because of a serious heart condition.
Muamba suffered a similar problem and his heart stopped for 78 minutes while playing for Bolton Wanderers against Tottenham Hotspur in 2012.
He has since retired from the game.
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Our top stories this evening:
- Cricketing world reacts to shock retirement of former Shropshire batsman James Taylor
- Memorial for Tunisia terror victims, including Shropshire's Sally Adey
- Forget-me-not display created in Shrewsbury
Fresh calls have been made by campaigners calling for HGVs to be banned from using parts of a town centre following an accident.
The Shrewsbury Children's Bookfest returns for its 17th year at the end of the month.
It will run between 29 April and 2 May and here's a run-through of some of the things they have planned.
The A5 at Crackleybank is closed between the B4379 junction and the Woodhouse Lane junction today, because of roadworks, so expect long delays in that area.
One of the stars for England cricket in the recent Women's World T20 Cup in India has been in Shropshire today.
Tammy Beaumont played in all five of England's games in the finals, scoring 138 runs.Copyright: MCC
She's been visiting four schools in the county today with the hope that a girls cricket team could be set up in south Shropshire.Quote Message: We spread the power of cricket through training the boys and girls at primary schools and hopefully get them interested." from Tammy Beaumont England cricketer
Shrewsbury's Big Busk has smashed its own fundraising target.Copyright: BBC
The event was set up to raise money for the town's homeless charity The Shrewsbury Ark in honour of a local busker, Ben Bebbington, who was murdered in the town.
Organisers say they've raised £10k.
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Micky Mellon fears a growing divide between the League One haves and have-nots.
The Shrewsbury Town manager cites two major reasons: big financial investors, and the parachute payments for clubs relegated from the Championship.Copyright: Getty Images
Mellon feels the likes of Wigan, who've been splashing the cash on signings, mean the Shrewsburys of this world have to rely on developing from within and the loan market.
The world of cricket has been reacting to the news that England's James Taylor - a former Shropshire player - has been forced to retire because of a serious heart condition.
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Here's a look at our top stories this afternoon:
- Shropshire cricket stunned by James Taylor's sudden retirement
- Council rules out pay cut rethink
- Metal forget-me-not display created in Shrewsbury
More than 10,000 people are expected at the Telford International Centre over the next three days for a big window and door-fitters convention.
It's one of the venue's biggest events of the year and it has warned motorists there could be a lot of extra traffic on surrounding roads.Copyright: BBC
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A cricket coach who worked with England's James Taylor when he was a 14-year-old Shrewsbury schoolboy says he was the "fittest player in the England squad by a long way".
Taylor has been forced to retire after being diagnosed with a serious heart condition and Andy Barnard has praised his "mental toughness" and his "great inner belief".Copyright: James Taylor
Mr Barnard added that the 26-year-old still had a lot of friends in Shropshire.Quote Message: He could have played another five years at least at test level and white ball cricket, he was that hungry for it. And he's still unfulfilled, that's the sadness of it I think." from Andy Barnard Shrewsbury School cricket coach
Prince Harry and the Prime Minister have joined the families of British victims of last year's terror attacks in Tunisia for a memorial service at Westminster Abbey.Copyright: PA
Candles representing the life of each of the 31 people killed in the attacks on a tourist beach in Sousse and a museum in Tunis were carried through the Abbey and placed on the high altar.
Sally Adey from Caynton near Albrighton was one of those who died in the attack at the museum.
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The Woodland Trust has handed out more than 20,000 trees to schools and community groups in Shropshire over the past few weeks.
It's hoping to double that by the end of the year and has given out 7.6 million free trees across the UK since 2004.Copyright: Woodland Trust
Perhaps surprisingly, the charity says just over 9% of Shropshire is covered by trees, below the national average of 13%. It says this is because a lot of the county is farmland.