Council support for local high streets continues

Telford & Wrekin Council cabinet will hear this month how the Pride in Our Community High Street Fund is continuing to help high streets thrive with a raft of grants and schemes available to support local businesses. Since the launch of the High Street Fund in 2015, there have been two rounds of funding available … More Council support for local high streets continues

Grant for grandmother and granddaughter business gems

Getting a £10,000 grant from Telford & Wrekin Council’s Pride in Our Community High Street Fund is making all the difference to a talented Grandmother and Granddaughter duo who are the proud owners of Gems Fabric and Haberdashery. Sue and Bianca Gregory have built up a loyal customer base since starting out in 1991, selling … More Grant for grandmother and granddaughter business gems

Improvements to Hollies Road and surrounding area starts this week

Major improvements to Hollies Road and the surrounding areas in Wellington are due to start on 17 September as part of Telford & Wrekin Council’s Pride in Our Community 2018/19 capital investment programme. Improvements will include: Resurfacing and reconstruction of the road and footpaths along Hollies Road, Orleton Lane, Cranage Crescent and Steventon Road. This … More Improvements to Hollies Road and surrounding area starts this week

Speed indicators to improve safety by Lawley Primary School

Speed indicator devices have been installed on Pepper Mill outside of Lawley Primary School as part of a safety scheme to remind motorists to stick to the 20mph speed limit. The devices have been installed in response to concerns raised by the school about motorists not sticking to the speed limit, and has been delivered … More Speed indicators to improve safety by Lawley Primary School