A41 Shropshire both ways severe accident, from A41 to Hinstock.
A41 Shropshire - A41 closed and it's slow in both directions from the A41 junction in Puleston to the Hinstock junction in Cross Hills, because of an accident.
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With international championships on the horizon, Team GB's female glider pilots want more women in the sport.
BBC Midlands Today
Starting off dry with clear spells tonight, here's the rest of the forecast for the West Midlands:
You can get the latest forecast for your area at any other time by heading to the BBC Weather website.
Five breweries from the West Midlands are in the running to be named a British champion next month.Copyright: Getty Images
The Campaign for Real Ale has revealed the 71 contenders vying to be named Champion Beer of Britain on 6 August.
The local five are:
- Titanic Brewery, Stoke-on-Trent
- Byatt’s Brewery, Coventry
- Holden's Brewery, Dudley
- Salopian Brewery, Shrewsbury
- Three Tuns, Bishop's Castle, Shropshire
BBC Weather Watchers
We've had more blue skies across the West Midlands with fluffy white clouds around - at least, that's what our local BBC Weather Watchers have been sending us today.
These three are from users Clearview in Ludlow, Shropshire, Poetic Verse in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire and Willow 54 in Hereford:Copyright: ClearviewCopyright: Poetic VerseCopyright: Willow 54
A group of yarn-bombers have struck again in a Shropshire town.Copyright: Alison Utting
Woolly creations have appeared this week in the small square on Cross Street, Ellesmere.
They're created by the Ellesmere Yarn Bombers, who keep their identity secret and add that it's been planned for a year.
Local primary school pupils and beaver scouts were also involved in making them.Copyright: Alison Utting
BBC Weather Watchers
Lots of photos from our local BBC Weather Watchers of clouds and blue sky across the West Midlands, so here are three of them.
They're from users Balding Baggie in Studley, Warwickshire, Mikesnapper in Lower Broadheath, Worcestershire and Skye in Clee Hill, Shropshire:Copyright: Balding BaggieCopyright: MikesnapperCopyright: Skye
A few of the stories making the headlines on the Shropshire Star today:
There are reports of major delays on a retail park in Shrewsbury, with some drivers saying it's taking up to 35 minutes to move just 10 feet.
The Meole Brace retail park features stores operated by Sainsbury's, TK Maxx, Next, Boots, Costa, Curry's, Halfords, Argos and M&S Food, among others, and is one of the busiest in Shrewsbury.Copyright: Matt Lucas
It's thought the problems may be down to roadworks taking place on the retail park itself.
Shropshire Council says it is not responsible for the roadworks, but is sending a team down there to try to help get people moving again.
A driver's been seriously hurt in a head-on crash this morning.Copyright: West Mercia Police
West Mercia Police said it happened on the B4386 near Marton, south of Shrewsbury, just after 07:00.
Both cars had been badly damaged and one driver needed to be cut free by the fire service.
The ambulance service said that man had suffered serious injuries and was airlifted to hospital.
The man driving the other car was treated for potentially serious injuries and then taken to hospital by ambulance.
BBC News Travel
A road's shut in Shropshire this morning after a head-on crash.Copyright: West Mercia Police
West Mercia Police said it happened just before 09:00 on the B4386 near Marton, south of Shrewsbury.
One car appears to have been cut open by the fire service but there's no confirmation on whether anyone's been hurt.
The wife of a man who drowned in the River Severn in 2017 is helping to extend a campaign to try and prevent more river deaths.
Shane Walsh fell in the river in Shrewsbury after a night out drinking.
We filmed the video above with Ms Walsh last year, approaching drinkers in Shrewsbury.
West Mercia Search and Rescue's Home and Dry campaign will today be extended to cover Worcester.
Both Worcester and Shrewsbury have seen a string of river deaths in recent years.
BBC Weather presenter
There will be some sunny intervals this evening but also some showers which may be heavy.
It should be a dry night with some clear spells with highs of 13C (55F).
Shropshire's health commissioners are considering reducing the number of free hearing aids it hands out.
The chair of the clinical commissioning group, Dr Julian Povey said it was "looking long and hard" at the contract to supply the hearing aids and may follow the lead of north Staffordshire, where hearing aids are no longer given to people with mild hearing loss.Copyright: Getty Images
Dr Povey, who uses a hearing aid himself, promised "we will do things ideally where they will improve patient care", but admitted "we're reaching the point where not everything we do may improve patient care, it may restrict patient care".
The CCG, which is due to merge with the CCG for Telford, has forecast a cumulative deficit of £99.5m by the end of this financial year.
BBC Weather Watchers
It's another cloudy day and that's creating all sorts of interesting lighting for the BBC Weather Watchers, who all seem to be walking through fields today.
These ones were taken near Caynham, Lower Broadheath and Stratford-upon-Avon.Copyright: WBFCopyright: NightNurseCopyright: Mikesnapper
A new date has been found for Bridgnorth's carnival, after it had to be postponed in June due to flooding.
The new event, on 22 September, will still include a procession, ending in the castle grounds, where there will be prize presentations and "entertainment and refreshments".Copyright: Bridgnorth Town Council
The carnival committee said last month it was looking to do a scaled-down event, but didn't want to cancel, because it didn't want the hard work of people taking part in the procession to go to waste.