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By Andy Giddings

All times stated are UK

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  1. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M54 Shropshire westbound

    BBC Travel

    M54 Shropshire westbound severe accident, at J4 for A464.

    M54 Shropshire - M54 entry slip road partially blocked and slow traffic westbound at J4, A464 (Shifnal), because of an accident.

    Check local traffic and travel reports for:

  2. Our live coverage across the day

    We'll be back with our usual mix of news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Monday.

  3. Football: Fans to vote on new AFC Telford United kit

    BBC Sport

    AFC Telford United are asking fans to choose the design of the home shirts for next season.

    The club has set up an online poll, with these four options for supporters to choose from.

    Kit choices
    Kit choices

    Telford have also said the away kit will be red next season and the third will be blue.

  4. 1980s music festival comes to Shrewsbury

    The Let's Rock 80s music festival is coming to Shrewsbury.

    Tickets have gone on sale this morning for the event at the Quarry, which will take place on 27 May and feature Billy Ocean, ABC, Tony Hadley and Shropshire's own Carol Decker (pictured below) among the acts.

    Carol Decker

    Let's Rock is also staging events in London Bristol, Norwich, Leeds, Exeter, Southampton and Cookham in Berkshire and is one of a number of brands running 80s events in different towns each year.  

  5. Your comments: Rubbish mountain by railway causes anger

    Andy Giddings

    BBC Shropshire

    The mountain of rubbish dumped by Telford Steam Railway track has got people really angry and there has been a lot of comment on the BBC Shropshire Facebook page.

    Che Kerin wrote: "The police should be monitoring this. It has hasnt happened over a five minute period."

    Sandra Gill added: "Disgusting.. people need to be caught and prosecuted" and Roger Still said simply "Rubbish dumped by rubbish".

    Rubbish

    Anne Spratt reminded us that it happens all over the country, writing: "This happens a lot here in Kent - I put on boots and strong rubber gloves and sorted through one lot near our village, found envelopes with name and address on! Passed onto council and police who took action."

  6. Weather: A chilly night and rain forecast this weekend

    Rebecca Wood

    BBC Weather

    It could be a chilly night, with temperatures forecast to drop below freezing tonight.

    And we could have some showers over the weekend.

    Video content

    Video caption: BBC Midlands Today's Rebecca Wood has your forecast
  7. Football: Telford striker McCarthy makes loan move

    Nick Southall

    Journalist, BBC Shropshire

    The out-of-favour AFC Telford United striker Connor McCarthy has joined Warrington on loan, for a month.

    Telford have just signed striker Lee Hughes and say McCarthy is being given the opportunity to get some playing time and regain his sharpness.

    Connor McCarthy

    Telford travel to AFC Fylde tomorrow afternoon.

  8. Chief Constable meets retiring dog-handler

    The Chief Constable of West Mercia Police has met up with a retiring police dog-handler who wants his dog.

    Sgt David Evans had been told Ivy would have to carry on working and an online petition was launched calling for a change of heart.

    Sgt David Evans and dog

    Sgt Evans daughter has reported on social media this afternoon that he has met Chief Constable Anthony Bangham and both sides put their views forward - but no decision has been made as a result of the meeting.

  9. Your photos: Scenes from Shrewsbury and Newport

    BBC Weather Watchers

    We've had some great photos shared by the BBC Weather Watchers today.

    These ones were taken in Shrewsbury (top) and near Newport (below).

    Shrewsbury
    Field near Newport
  10. Watch: Market Drayton-made gingerbread to go on sale this summer

    The company that brought the Billington's Gingerbread recipe back to Market Drayton says it will be going on sale early this summer.

    Image on Food is making the biscuits under licence from the Yorkshire baker who owns the secret recipe.

    It was last made in the town 13 years ago.

    Video content

    Video caption: A 200-year-old gingerbread recipe has returned to its home in Market Drayton
  11. Travel: Road reopens after HGV hits house

    Andrew Easton

    Presenter, BBC Hereford and Worcester

    The A44 in Leominster is back open after this morning's collision between a HGV and a house, say the fire service.

    The lorry, carrying 28 tonnes of grain, hit a house next to the Mill Street level crossing.

    Rail services between Hereford and Shrewsbury, which were suspended after the accident, have also restarted.

    Crashed lorry
  12. Football: Shrewsbury striker Ladapo dreaming up more goal celebrations

    James Bond

    Sports Producer, BBC Shropshire

    Shrewsbury Town striker Freddie Ladapo is becoming a fans' favourite, not just for his crucial goals, but for his imaginative goal celebrations too.

    Since arriving on loan from Crystal Palace, he has been showing off his dance moves on the pitch and says he's been busy thinking up new ones.

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    Video caption: Shrewsbury striker Freddie Ladapo is dreaming up more dance-themed goal celebrations
  13. Ice hockey: Title run-in starts for Tigers

    The Telford Tigers travel to Guildford Flames this weekend, knowing that any slip-up could let Milton Keynes Lightning back into the title-race.

    They hold a 10-point lead at the top of the EPL table at the moment, but face their rivals on the final game of the season and the Lightning have two games in hand.

    Ice hockey

    The Tigers have eight games left this season, spread over the next six weeks, which means there will be some weekends when they only have one game.

    Five wins would guarantee them the title.

    Quote Message: We are used to playing Saturday and Sunday through the season, so it will be nice for the guys to spend some weekend time with their families or girlfriends. Apart from Christmas, I think it is the first time since the start of the season in September that we’ve had that." from Tom Watkins Telford Tigers head coach
    Tom WatkinsTelford Tigers head coach