We'll be back with our usual mix of news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 tomorrow, but keep an eye out here for more updates this evening and into the morning.
- Fresh attempt to resolve future of Church Stretton library
- North Shropshire MP wants pro-Leave leader of Conservatives
- Van fire closes road near Shawbirch roundabout
- TNS play Champions League qualifier against Tre Penne tonight
- Updates on Tuesday 28 June 2016
A decision on the future of Shrewsbury’s swimming pool should be deferred for 12 months, say town councillors.Copyright: Google
Shropshire can expect a lot more rain between now and tomorrow morning.
TNS fan Stewart Bloor was at Birmingham airport and bumped into the Tre Penne squad, fresh off the plane from San Marino.
The two sides meet tonight in the first leg of a Champions League qualifier at Park Hall stadium in Oswestry.
So he did what any of us would do - he asked them to pose for a selfie.Copyright: Stewart Bloor
Firefighters are dealing with a van fire near the Shawbirch roundabout in Telford, which is blocking the A5223 in the roadworks area.Copyright: Shropshire Fire and Rescue ServiceCopyright: Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service
Party on dude!
The star of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, Keanu Reeves, met the MP for the Wrekin, Mark Pritchard, at parliament today.
Was he persuaded to film here in Shropshire one day?
Here's a recap of our stories this evening:
- Fresh attempt to settle future of Church Stretton library
- North Shropshire MP wants pro-Brexit PM
- TNS in Champions League action tonight
Want to know more about the team TNS are playing in their Champions League qualifier tonight?
Tre Penne (which means "three feathers" in English) was founded in 1956 and play in the capital of San Marino, known as City of San Marino.Copyright: Google
Their home ground is called Stadio Fonte Dell'Ovo (pictured above), which translates as "egg castle stadium" and they've made it to the Champions League qualifying rounds twice before.
They've also played in the Europa League qualifiers twice before.
The Shrewsbury Club is aiming to get 1,000 children to visit its tennis centre during Wimbledon fortnight, to encourage them to take up the game.
It's aimed at primary school-aged players, who are learning mini-tennis, which uses smaller courts and rackets.Copyright: Getty Images
Two schools visited today, bringing 172 children, and they also got to watch an exhibition match between two grownup players.
Shropshire Council is making a fresh attempt to settle the future of Church Stretton library.
A previous attempt to move it to a new site was abandoned in April, after a legal challenge by local residents who wanted it to remain where it is.Copyright: Google
The authority says it wants to "ensure the long term sustainability of the library" and that a final decision isn't expected until the autumn.
Newsreader, BBC Shropshire
The MP for the Wrekin, Mark Pritchard, says the next Conservative party leader must be someone who can negotiate a good deal from the EU.
Referring to last week's referendum, the Conservative back-bencher said the priority shouldn't be "whether they were an Inner or an Outer", but whether they could unite the country and the party.Copyright: BBC
There are concerns about delays to the HS2 rail line from London to the West Midlands.
A new report by the National Audit Office says the scheme is over budget and calls on the Government to look at ways of reducing the cost.
Joe Rukin, from the Stop HS2 campaign, says last week's Brexit result could bring the project's demise.
They might be the champions of their nation, but TNS's Champions League opponents, Tre Penne of San Marino, haven't got the greatest record in European competition.
They have won only once in eight previous games. That was against the Armenian side Shirak in the second leg of last season's Champions League first qualifying round.Copyright: Getty Images
The sides meet in the second leg in San Marino on Tuesday, 5 July, and the winners will face Apoel Nicosia of Cyprus in the second qualifying round.
Here's a look at our top stories this afternoon:
- North Shropshire MP wants pro-Leave leader of Conservative party
- Artist plans to illuminate Shropshire bridges
- TNS to play Champions League qualifier
The business manager at Cleobury Mortimer's business and community hub believes the recent population growth is good for the town.
Clare Todd (pictured below) says a number of new housing estates have been built in recent years and there are now around 4,500 people living there.Copyright: BBC
There are currently no closed shops on the high street and Ms Todd believes the influx of new families is helping trade.
A man unknowingly suffering from a life-threatening illness today spoke of his decision to become the face of a national campaign.Copyright: Shropshire Star
TNS head coach Scott Ruscoe has been doing his homework on their Champions League opponents, Tre Penne, ahead of tonight's qualifier.
He says the San Marino champions have "technically good players" who favour a "more passing build-up with not a lot of pressing going on".Copyright: Getty Images
Ruscoe says his team will try to play their own game and win both legs, but they can expect the pace of the game to be slower than they are used to.
The Daily Politics
North Shropshire MP Owen Paterson won't be declaring his support for who might become the next Prime Minister just yet.
He's waiting to see who throws their hat into the ring, but says he won't be able to support someone who didn't campaign to leave the EU.
Children as young as nine have been found to be carrying knives in the region’s schools – recently released figures reveal.
BBC Midlands Today
On Midlands Today this lunchtime I'll be analysing the latest news on HS2 which the National Audit Office (NAO) says has an "unrealistic timetable".Copyright: PA
In a report, the NAO says the high-speed project - due to head to Birmingham and then later to Crewe - faces major cost pressures.
On BBC One from 13:30 I'll be looking at what all this mean to the scheme as HS2 Ltd says it is confident it can achieve its objectives.