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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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Shropshire County Council bullies MLC over criteria for applying British Meat mark
A spokesman for Shropshire County Council said: "An investigation has found no evidence to support allegations against Mrs Kitson.
And Shropshire County Council disposes of 1,428 tonnes of the 69,137 tonnes collected for recycling.
Shropshire County Council is also considering proposals to introduce charges in Shrewsbury.
Terry Jones, Shropshire county council head of children and family services, said: "Our chief concern at this point is with the welfare of the four children.
At last year's general elections Mr Fox stood as Tory candidate in Anglesey at the same time as defending his seat on Shropshire County Council.
Earlier this month the seven members of the central planning commit-t tee at Shropshire County Council unanimously rejected a retrospective planning application from the UK's biggest grocer after it was found to have devoted too much space at an out of town store in Shrewsbury to ''comparison goods'' or goods that are sold in the town centre.
It is operated by Shropshire County Council and much of it, including the cafe, gallery, shop and meadows, is accessed entirely free of charge.
He has been meeting with Ludlow MP Matthew Green, Powys County Council, Shropshire County Council and South Shropshire District Council to discuss possible solutions.
According to its research, pounds 6 million of Aggregates Levy is generated annually by companies operating in Shropshire, but the annual ALSF grant to Shropshire County Council to be spent on local communities is only pounds 107,000.
Liam Brown, cycling project officer with Shropshire County Council, said the 'Cyclists dismount' signs were 'not normal protocol' in such locations and believed 'Give Way' signs would be more appropriate.
A tribunal said Shropshire County Council was right to view the pictures as a conflict of interest.