A FARMER who was impaled on a 12-inch tractor spike has relived his ordeal for a television show.
More than 130 dairy farmers attended the DairyCo Research Day at Cheshire dairy farmer Alistair Cliff’s farm near Chester, writes Ray Keatinge.
Out in the countryside close to the Shropshire border a farmer is busy making the best tasting vodka in the world, using potatoes.
It is seen as an old fashioned solution to our very modern economic problems.
In what you might call the glory days of universities, many young adults would study with varying degrees of assiduity and emerge at the end with good or mediocre degrees in a wide range of generalist subjects of no practical value in the world of work.
A new branch operations manager has been appointed to spearhead growth at an employment agency run by the Shropshire Star’s parent company.