Shropshire


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Shropshire

a type of English downs sheep. It has short wool, and is used mainly for meat; it has a black-brown face and legs.
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Gillian Richards, Chair of the Board of Governors at NSC was keen to emphasise the key-timing off the appointment and comments, "The Board and I are thrilled to welcome Ian Peake to lead North Shropshire College in the coming months prior to merger.
Both the entities will come together to form Herefordshire, Ludlow and North Shropshire College.
and Shropshire Housing Group are in talks about joining together to form a new 10,000 home organization, the groups said.
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When Shropshire replied to the Bears' 201 for nine, Chris Wright quickly took two wick-wick ets before Rankin ripped out three in seven balls without conceding a run.
We are very grateful to Shropshire for giving us the opportunity to play a competitive Twenty20 fixture in front of a good crowd before our game against Yorkshire," said Bears' director of cricket Dougie Brown.
The renewed popularity of the Shropshire, this country's oldest pedigree breed, was a highlight of the RBST's 40th anniversary celebrations.
Shropshire Housing Group - operating in across large parts of Shropshire, includes Meres and Mosses Housing Association, South Shropshire Housing Association both of which are supported by a third member of the group, maintenance firm, Total Response Ltd.
It follows joint work with Shropshire Council on the process of selecting a contractor and the new deal is estimated to save Cheshire West and Chester pounds 587,000 a year.
In the away meeting skipper Chris Mordue showed the quality of his leadership as Yorkshire took a 209-208 win at Old Shropshire BC in Shrewsbury - the skipper producing a 21-12 win over Colin Beaman.
In emotional scenes on the platform at London's Marylebone Station on Friday night, most of the 55-strong team from Wrexham & Shropshire comforted each other before the journey back to Shrewsbury.
The results in this year's Butchers' Beef Stock judging: 1, Carmarthen - Adrian Evans, Ffion Jones, Robert Jones and Steffan Evans; 2, Shropshire - Mel Timms, Ed Potter, Elaine Timms and Phil Oliver; 3, Gwent - Robert Chandler, Trevor Bowen, Amy Philips and Rhys Cooke.