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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (September 19, 2020)

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'I'm really happy that I left Strictly' Professional dancer AJ Pritchard talks lockdown, love and learning to be silly with Gabrielle Fagan. 1030
'I've cooked all over the world' FOOD MEMORIES. 702
'It would be difficult to do without friendliness' ON THE GOGGLEBOX. 627
100 NEW JOBS AT PACKAGING FIRM. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 283
200 arrested in police 'county lines' swoop. 160
20mph limits for schools years off; Road safety project could cost PS2.9m says report to council. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 282
90 per cent are in support of local lockdowns. 286
A brand new venue as slimmers return to class. 345
A great team effort from new college head boy and girl. 245
A quiet dignity amid the turmoil; The latest movies to download and stream, plus DVD/Blu-ray releases. 1734
A small yet truly vital initiative. 161
A story of hope: ending doesn't why somethingthe mean the end. 1104
A third of workers in borough were placed on furlough scheme. DOMINIC ROBERTSON dominic.robertson@mnamedia.co.uk 397
A watery meander through the Potteries. Chris Wiltshire 540
Allow us the freedom to laugh or switch off. Peter.madeley 777
Altered Carbon; Weekend recommends. 274
ANDY RICHARDSON. 400
Anger as pedestrians 'put at risk' by traffic diversion. 292
Appeal launched to save hospice in crisis. 219
Art lovers can take inspiration from flaxmill. 161
Author completes charity books. 175
Bake Off's Candice Brown on finding solace in baking. 698
Bale jets in for Tottenham talks. 158
Bears blast their way towards the quarters. 449
BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC. 193
Body-cams for Co-op workers. 153
Bryson has ironed out his flaws with two solid rounds. SIMON STONE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 652
Bucks snap up midfielder Dom. 179
Campaigners hit out at decision on consultation; Council rejects claims it is 'taking advantage of pandemic'. DOMINIC ROBERTSON dominic.robertson@mnamedia.co.uk 221
Care home nominated for a prestigious award; HEALTH COMMERCIAL FEATURE. 351
Caribbean chef Levi launching range with online brand. 359
Charity wins appeal over shop signs plan. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 307
Chefs dishing up new book paying tribute to a wide range of cultures. PRUDENCE WADE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 801
CHEMISTS' OPENING TIMES. 722
Coffee direct to your doorstep. 239
Concerned children deliver climate change message on pension fund. 165
Concerns amongst shoppers that some are still not wearing a mask. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 689
Construction in the spotlight as experts attend university event. 156
Consultation over plans for tax rises on holiday homes; Council to gather views on increasing levy for owners of properties that are left lying empty. KAREN COMPTON karen.compton@mnamedia.co.uk 364
Council set to approve new chief executive. 275
Counties head list for first-time buyers deals. 187
Criminal cash and assets seized by police shows a sharp increase. DOMINIC ROBERTSON dominic.robertson@mnamedia.co.uk 277
Crispy tofu with spicy sauce a real treat for the taste buds. Recipe 269
Daniels is tipped to make waves across the water. LEWIS COX lewis.cox@mnamedia.co.uk 781
Deaths. 1168
Deluge of flooding left in Sally's wake; Rescue operation as millions mop up following hurricane. SIMON STONE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 413
Demolish hall to boost architecture; LETTERS. 195
Devastating news from doctor; SOAP WATCH. 581
Easy-to-make and refreshing meals packed with aromatic Asian flavour. ANDY RICHARDSON andy.richardson@mnamedia.co.uk Recipe 582
Editor's Pick. 473
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Experts share perfect snacks to go with spirits. 459
Explore the taste of the Orient with versatile sauces ideal for dipping. ANDY RICHARDSON andy.richardson@mnamedia.co.uk Recipe 735
Faith council's work to help its communities. ROB SMITH rob.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 405
Family-owned wine business helps stem South Africa crisis. 280
FARMING TALK. WILL DAVIES 206
Fees could be cut to stop street parking. 179
Film Choices. 186
Film Choices. 176
Film Choices. 178
Film Choices. 153
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Five minutes with ... Steph McGovern. 659
FoLemon raospberry frangdipane thRarebit waith jamt dares to be different; Fabulous flavours, a daring ingredient and exceptional tastes won us over before the starters had arrived As one door closes, another opens, leading Andy Richardson to a gem of a restaurant in the glorious countryside, south of Ludlow. Andy Richardson Restaurant review 1133
Folk festival is going ahead within 'rules'. 176
Food Share project is to open new centre. 223
Full English lockdown is considered. 180
Funding agreed for cycle trails. 159
Future meetings will be a mix of online and in-person. 255
Get creative in the kitchen with new bread-making kits. Recipe 363
Giving a pint not everyone's cup of tea. HEATHER LARGE 759
Gordon Ramsay cooks up new role as game show host; Showbiz news. 327
Happy trails in Welsh valley. 901
Heritage tours at historic church. 157
Historic knights in clarion call to arms. 213
House owners show caution about moving. 183
Huge blaze at tip is finally out. NICK HUMPHREYS nick.humphreys@mnamedia.co.uk 171
Humble root vegetable is star of the show in tasty dish. 535
I'm a Celebrity, get me a heater! CHRISTINE DYER newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 680
INTO THE ARCHIVE. WITH TOBY NEAL 477
It is Nuno, not Jorge, who dictates Wolves transfers; View from the touchline with Sky Sports Soccer Saturday's JOHNNY PHILLIPS. JOHNNY PHILLIPS 920
It's popcorn at the ready. 516
Jessica Jones; Weekend recommends. 248
Jimi Hendrix is remembered. 171
Keir on mission to win over voters in county before next election. 254
KEIR PLEDGES TO WIN OVER VOTERS. PETER MADELEY peter.madeley@mnamedia.co.uk 317
Keir takes gloves off and goes on attack; Labour has a lot to do in Shropshire to recover from a disastrous general election. Its leader explains his strategy. 1285
Konta splits from coach after two months. 322
Ladies excited to take to new pitch. 206
LATE DEALS. 472
Lawns: The big fake debate; It's green, pristine and doesn't need mowing, but gardeners argue artificial grass isn't good for the planet. Hannah Stephenson investigates. 848
LIFE HACKS TIPS & TRICKS. 612
Light up your world; Sam Wylie-Harris switches natural light for artificial, and reveals the best in statement lighting. 687
Lighting Iron Bridge to mark heritage status. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 319
Local measures confirmed as those affected are urged to obey the rules. 395
LOOKING BACK. 404
Man is arrested over shop abuse. 160
Meadow appeal close to hitting PS25k target. 171
Midfielder McHale earns deal at New Bucks Head. 253
Miley Cyrus shares her advice for young musicians; Showbiz news. 358
Mini coffee mornings for charity. 220
Momentum with Moment. 509
More Spitting Image puppets unveiled. 383
Most not having to give trace details. 202
MP welcomes PS6.3m for upgrade to hospital. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 248
Music venue lies quiet and owner says he has no idea if it will recover. ANDY RICHARDSON andy.richardson@mnamedia.co.uk 607
New breed of stock farming; what it's like to ... be a rare breeds farmer. 882
New consultation on leisure facility plans is launched. 211
New date for half marathon announced. 165
New services to Belfast take off. 229
No fans puts all clubs in a very parlous state. 274
Now it's time to head for the hills; GREAT ESCAPE. 467
On a high as weathercock returns. 231
Original aunt Vivian joins Will Smith for Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air reunion; Showbiz news. 386
Pandemic and lockdown leaves police force facing PS1.25m bill. DOMINIC ROBERTSON dominic.robertson@mnamedia.co.uk 232
Perry's flamboyant flight across America. 500
Pitch perfect: Favourite UK camping spots. 483
PJ Harvey - Rid Of Me; Classic album. 480
Plans for eagles spark concerns. 226
Prize is simply a gas for alligators. 343
PS100k worth of fraud prevented. 188
Public Notices. Public notice 542
Read all about it! Book some me time. 411
Read the latest column from Mark Andrews. David Thompson says he is lucky. MARK ANDREWS Column 507
RED ALERT - JOTA LOOKS SET TO GO. JOE EDWARDS joe.edwards@mnamedia.co.uk 246
Reds close in on Jota - while Hoever heads the other way. 311
Rehash of old favourite is sweeter; THIS WEEK'S GAMES. 472
Retail sales still grow but at a slower rate; August figures up four per cent on start of the year says ONS survey. DAVID BANNER newsroom@mnamedia.co.uk 309
Rotary club takes opportunity for social-distanced meeting on boat. 183
Saints aim to banish Euro woe. 285
Sew passionate. 838
Shrews swoop for Spurs starlet. 192
Slackers celebrated. Dan Morris 602
Sooner or later there will be no rental homes left; LETTERS. 328
Sourdough twist on ever-popular Hawaiian pizza. Recipe 402
Speeches that shook the world. 2539
Store introduces new wine labels by the dozen; DRINKS CUPBOARD Sharon Walters takes a look at the wine shelves in a popular supermarket. 396
Striker priority for Villa boss. 168
Students secure science places. 244
Super Mario brings taste of Italy. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 356
Take steps to look after your feet. 636
TALKING POINT. WITH STEVE BULL 318
Tasty treats offer an ideal canape or perfect starter; Dishes take minimum effort to provide maximum flavour and are sure to impress guests. ANDY RICHARDSON andy.richardson@mnamedia.co.uk Recipe 580
Teacher scoops national award. 273
Tenders invited over carer support project. 169
The blight of tomato growers and what to do about it; HOW TO GARDEN GUIDE. 621
The Umbrella Academy; Weekend recommends. 317
There are those of us who simply love telling stories. ANDY RICHARDSON 829
THIS WEEK'S ONE TO WATCH. 332
Top tips will help to save you time when preparing the family meals. 596
Town hopes it's third time lucky for signs. 172
Town hopes it's third time lucky for. 172
TOWN SWOOP FOR SPURS STARLET. LEWIS COX lewis.cox@mnamedia.co.uk 242
Trump offered Assange a 'win win' deal court told. FIONA SMITH newsroom@mnamedia.co.uk 402
Two more schools see virus cases. ROB SMITH rob.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 298
Ultrasonic Indoor Pest Repeller. 220
Urgent action calls made on 'dangerous' diversion. 160
Waitrose decides to end plastic wrapping. 179
Warning over food poisoning. 231
Welcome to the jungle as play centre reopens at last. 161
Winter series starting early. 173
Young lives matter in coming-of-age triumph; At the cinema. 495
Your stars today. Russell Grant 812

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