Telford and Wrekin


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Telford and Wrekin

a unitary authority in W Central England, in Shropshire. Pop.: 160 300 (2003 est.). Area: 289 sq. km (112 sq. miles)
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Shoosmiths' client partner Steve Wiltshire and Brian West from the real estate team advised on the purchase of the development, the joint venture arrangements with the borough of Telford and Wrekin and the pre-letting arrangements to Cineworld, Premier Inn and a number of restaurant operators.
Situated approximately four miles from the M54 junctions 4 and 5, the multi-let complex is already home to specialist heating and plumbing company the BSS Group and Telford and Wrekin Primary Care Trust.
Barford Tigers, together with Telford and Wrekin, face a tough test to salvage their National League status during the remainder of the season.
The scheme is being proposed by the Telford and Wrekin NHS Trust and could involve vouchers for beauty, homeware or baby stores.
A spokesman for Telford and Wrekin council said: 'It appears to be a prank even though the book has been in the shops for a week now.
But they have vowed to take action against their local council as they claim the Borough of Telford and Wrekin - responsible for the upkeep of the footpath - has known about the pavement for some time without fixing it.
Susan Flynn told the Telford and Wrekin Coroner, Michael Gwynne, that her husband had left a note indicating that he intended to take his own life.
The other parts of his area are Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Atcham, Shropshire North, Telford and Wrekin.
People were taken to the nearby Wellington Leisure Centre where a rest centre had been set up by police and Telford and Wrekin Council.
Apprentice of the Year - Sophie Beard from Telford, Tenancy Support Officer at Telford and Wrekin Council Advanced Apprentice of the Year - Stephanie Harrison from Wolverhampton, part of the Interconnect Service team at BT Micro Employer of the Year (1 - 9 employees) - John Cliffe Building Services of Market Drayton.
Bournville College has announced an extension to the Birmingham School Feast network to include Telford and Wrekin Council and Direct Services of Birmingham Council.
In recording his verdict, the Telford and Wrekin Coroner, Michael Gwynne, said the deaths had been aggravated by the excessive speed of the vehicle and a failure to check tyre pressures.