The boss of engineering firm GKN’s Shropshire plant has said the site has a strong future, despite its division reporting a fall in sales in the first half of 2014.
Growers in Shropshire and the West Midlands region produce around 13 per cent of the nation’s potato crop. Arable crops form a significant part of this region’s agricultural production.
Speaking the other day to fungicide specialist Simon Roberts of Syngenta, he told me that heavy rain can trigger the onset of foliar diseases in maize crops.
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have, for the first time, revealed that digital dermatitis has been present on hoof knifes used on cattle and sheep following research jointly funded by DairyCo and EBLEX.
The fall in unemployment in Shropshire over the last year is “astonishing”, according to the boss of one of the county’s biggest job centres.
Shrewsbury’s new Next superstore will open its doors on July 3 and create 50 jobs, it was revealed today.
Unemployment in Shropshire fell to a fresh five-and-a-half-year low today as the recovery in the economy picked up pace.