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"Back to school" Coronavirus tests (for people without symptoms).Precautionary home testing kits are available for parents and the wider school related community (including those involved in school transport and after school activities). The kits can be ordered for home delivery or collected from locations in Shrewsbury, Oswestry and Ludlow.www.facebook.com/shropshirecouncil/photos/a.684292701622382/4123011117750506⚠️ UPDATE – RAPID TESTING HOME KITS⚠️ ***PLEASE SHARE***➡️ Earlier this week, the Government confirmed that twice-weekly testing using rapid lateral flow tests will be made available for free to all adults in households with primary school, secondary school and college-aged children for those without symptoms. ➡️ This includes adults in childcare and support bubbles, and twice-weekly testing will also be offered to adults working in the wider school community, including bus drivers, taxi drivers and after school club leaders. ➡️ Tests can either be collected at a local testing site, or via home delivery using the following link orlo.uk/RapidTestCollection_Nt0YR➡️ Further collection points will be announced soon.➡️ We are also urging households and support bubbles of school pupils and staff to attend one of Shropshire's rapid testing sites as children prepare to return to school from Monday.➡️ Go to orlo.uk/local_testing_sites_ZaJic to find your nearest rapid testing site ... See MoreSee Less
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🔔 Meet the candidates 🔔Introducing your Lib Dem Shropshire Council candidates for Bridgnorth West and Tasley, David Cooper and Richard Stilwell! Both David and Richard are incredibly hardworking members of the local community, campaigning to make Bridgnorth a great place to work and live.Councillor David Cooper Richard Stilwell for Bridgnorth West and Tasley ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Shropshire Day from the Bridgnorth team. Let's rebuild Shropshire stronger than ever and continue making Bridgnorth a brilliant place to live and work for all.Let’s celebrate Shropshire Day today, see link attached britishcountyflags.com/2017/07/14/shropshire-day/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Shropshire Council has ambitious plans for more homes around Bridgnorth - but what would the traffic do to our air pollution hotspots? Time to look at how we could bring those pollution levels down! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Bridgnorth Liberal Democrats
Since last March, many of us have discovered a new appreciation for our local parks and green spaces. However, increased traffic can mean increased litter - it has become more important than ever to protect the places we love. 🌱 ❗️Please make sure to dispose of masks and gloves safely to help the hardworking Bridgnorth grounds team #keepbritaintidy ❗️Help protect the environment and limit the spread of Coronavirus. #makeshropshirework4u ... See MoreSee Less
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🗳️ Local Elections have been confirmed as going ahead on May 6th. Many may prefer to vote by post as a safer option.👇Follow this link to register for a postal vote👇www.libdems.org.uk/postal-vote?fbclid=IwAR3P0qCIIiY-pfhrs-FjETaTwRST6fGqUKrY3wW_d2WXSjf9B3W-gwiSgb8It's time to demand better and make Shropshire work for you. ... See MoreSee Less
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