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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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DOWN THERE: PM David Cameron earns pounds 142,000 a year, a lot less than some council bosses QUIDS IN: David Taylor, Kim Ryley and Tom McCabe, of Shropshire County Council
A joint venture between Advantage West Midlands and Shropshire County Council, the project will establish a dedicated focus for the region's food and drink sector, an industry which faces increasing regulation and requires increasing levels of access to expensive and sophisticated equipment.
The massed ranks of opponents - many of them remarkably forceful in their condemnation of the turbines plan - included all three Valley Community Councils (Glyn Ceiriog, Glyntraian and Ceiriog Ucha), Chirk Town Council, Oswestry Borough Council, Shropshire County Council and Wrexham County Borough Council.
First choice admissions to secondary schools Sandwell Council 73 per cent of children offered place Solihull Council 84 per cent of children offered place Staffordshire County Council 93 per cent of children offered place Warwickshire County Council 89 per cent of children offered place Worcestershire County Council 92 per cent of children offered place Shropshire County Council 93.
Shropshire County Council has revealed plans for the increases from next month.
After volunteering for Shropshire County Council Countryside Service, he was soon introduced to the world of ancient trees.
He was found to have added to the distress of the mother during an interview, on behalf of Shropshire county council.
Shropshire County Council applied for unitary status - and the Government said the change would save taxpayers pounds 9 million a year - but three out of five district councils in the county opposed the scheme.
Before the court were Shropshire County Council trading standards officers Graham Godbold and Paul Womack.
He went on to work at the Ministry of Housing, the Countryside Commission, the Department of the Environment and as a planner at Shropshire County Council before joining the old Welsh Office in 1984.
Some councils have already budgeted for an increase in costs as a result: Shropshire County Council has allowed for a minimum extra pounds 150,000 for example, just for road repairs.
Shropshire County Council bullies MLC over criteria for applying British Meat mark