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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (August 29, 2020)

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'It is a toy - we could have had Batman at the door!' Mother tells of her pride after quick-thinking boy dials number on side of his ambulance. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 495
'Road map' call to boost town. 312
Absence makes golf grow stronger for Paul. 432
Ah, Bank Holiday Weekend. Bliss. [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 388
Air ambulance reopening shop. 156
Appeal issued after vandalism. 187
Balance of joy and tears. Dan Morris 779
Banks have 'vital role' in helping keep individuals and firms stable. 345
Breath easy with the health benefits of honey. 499
Breathtaking new heights. 526
Bruno Tonioli: Strictly will favour the better dancers. 176
Business booming on high street. SUE AUSTIN 326
Cafe Rouge back open for diners. 165
Caring couple vow to keep raising funds after hitting PS86k for charity. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 520
Chance to star as Pears XI visit again. 227
Classic album; Gillian Welch - Time (The Revelator). Gillian Welch 450
Club cancels its demonstration. 186
Clubs to play for Memorial Trophy. 160
Coolair launches legal challenge. 177
County council chooses new chief executive after series of interviews. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 257
Donate blood as part of key trial. 156
Erasure on road with new album. 165
Final touches as teachers prepare to welcome children for new term. NICK HUMPHREYS 841
Five minutes with ... Nicholas Ralph. Nicholas Ralph 673
Fraudsters are preying on younger users of Instagram to make cash. RORY SMITH 263
Fundraisers stepping up in fight for the top spot. RORY SMITH 340
Ghost stories are to be explored. 176
Grant funds outdoor classroom. 282
Holiday wonders right on your doorstep. HEATHER LARGE 756
Home criticised by watchdog. 168
Husband and wife jailed for home improvement scams; Third man also receives suspended sentence for con targeting the elderly and vulnerable. DAYNA FARRINGTON DEPUTY CHIEF REPORTER 369
James McAvoy to narrate Channel 4 reality show. 250
Jermaine Jenas: life after football; Retiring from sport was a tough transition, but as Jermaine Jenas tells Gabrielle Fagan, his life, health and confidence have bloomed. Gabrielle Fagan 1342
Just a matter of time before my inner skinny fully emerges. ANDY RICHARDSON 829
Klopp taking the shield seriously. 166
Lake Vyrnwy homes among most popular by inland waters. 281
Last chance to watch show and make charitable donation. 292
Lockdown-based dance challenge. 153
Ludlow MP hails volunteers' role. 174
Magic and castles in quiet county; GREAT ESCAPE. 435
Making a meal of it as Geoff turns tables; SOAP WATCH. 505
MasterChef professionals jump to BBC1. 269
Mother to home-school children to protect her husband. 424
Mountain bike series heading for the farm; Farmer steps in and offers land for race after forest permit refused. SUE AUSTIN 302
On the water in Budapest. 630
Online service for credit union. 241
Our floral faux pas when it comes to language of flowers. 437
Pair create new style face mask. 171
People struggle with banking as branch closures start to impact. 183
Peter Andre: 'My kids are teaching me things about Covid'. 628
Picture the scene. 1005
Pipe dream of tattoo parlour; The latest movies to download and stream, plus DVD/Blu-ray releases. 1728
Pleas to try and visit quiet areas. 166
PS100M FLOOD BANK BID TO SAVE TOWNS; Report warns about risk of not controlling River Severn. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 337
Read all about it! Book some me time. 421
Realising your fitness goals; what it's like to a personal trainer. 1073
Revealing Marley's one love for the UK; ON THE GOGGLEBOX. 534
Rise of political figure at centre of melting pot; From the formative 1970s to the top of the business world, the first mayor of the West Midlands looks back fondly over his career so far. ANDY RICHARDSON 2370
Rural roads 'crumbling under heavy tractors'. SUE AUSTIN 442
Rylan's ready to go wild in the aisles with return of gameshow. 1126
Saddle up in the Swiss Alps. 750
Security guards watch Snowdon. 170
Seven superb plants for colourful pots. 719
Staycation inspiration? Take to the roads. 459
Structural report is ordered as council looks to buy ex-library. 336
Sweet idea sees cream teas delivered to residents. 236
Taron Egerton on Wolverine rumours and being back in Wales. 350
Teddy bear firm seeks memories. 155
Telford to keep eye on fitness. 152
Tennis club holds Covid Cup to raise funds for ambulance. 246
The best men's and women's football kit for improving your game. 855
The football life of Brian... THE BIG INTERVIEW. MATT MAHER 1518
The other side of Georgian life in industrial London. 495
The UK's top lakes, lochs, loughs and llyns; GETAWAY IN THE UK. 390
Touching take on survivor's guilt. HEATHER LARGE 361
Tourists are asked to back new pledge and remain safe; Businesses and attractions have been busy preparing to reopen and welcome visitors again. ROB SMITH 360
Town's loanee is Ful of pace. Lewis Cox 303
Trystan marks eighth birthday with hill walk fundraiser. 258
Unravelling puzzle of sci-fi thriller; FILM OF THE WEEK. 472
Up your wine and cocktail game; Sam Wylie-Harris shakes things up with snazzy bar accessories. Sam Wylie-Harris 651
Volunteers keep gardens blooming. 227
Whistle-blowing hotline launched. 189
Wolves accept Spurs' PS15m Doherty bid. 200
Your go-to list for the Bank Holiday; Get your weekend off to a flying start with Andy Richardson's guide. Andy Richardson's 2566

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