The Shrewsbury Flower Show firework display is going online this year, because of the coronavirus.
Thousands of people buy tickets to watch it in the Quarry every year, and many more watch it from their homes around the town, but instead this month, footage of the 2019 display will be shown online.
This year's flower show would have been the 133rd, but online viewers are being promised some "really interesting videos" around 14 and 15 August to replace the garden tours, cooking displays and live music.
Cost of rural crime in county rises 15%
Rural crime cost Shropshire £1.4m last year, a rise of 15% on the previous year, the insurer NFU Mutual has said.
The cost to the wider West Midlands, it added, was more than £10m, and said that rural crime in the UK was at its highest level for eight years.
NFU Mutual said the rise is being driven by organised criminal gangs targeting high-value tractors, quad bikes and large numbers of livestock.
The railway, which runs between Shropshire and Worcestershire, says it is introducing new cleaning regimes and people will have to pre-book tickets as part of their measures to cope with coronavirus.
Officials add they are only expecting to get close to breaking even in the first month, but hope to build up the money coming in over future months and hope to be "somewhere near normal" by the end of the year.
SATH said it was working with NHS partners over improvements and medical director Arne Rose told BBC Shropshire it needed the extra support.
"We do need help and we are welcoming to the help that arrives for us, organised by NHS England and by other people."
He added mangers needed to recognise issues before external inspections did, and one example was getting matrons back on the ward so "we can recognise and tackle any issues with basic care as we find them".
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Cars could be stopped from driving past schools at drop-off and pick up times in parts of Shropshire from September under plans to get more families walking and cycling to school. Shropshire Council is going to consider the move after councillors backed a motion asking for the scheme to be adopted.
A council's pledged to cut its reliance on B&Bs for homeless people and instead spend £1.5m on on houses to be used as temporary accommodation. The scheme will see Shropshire Council take out long-term leases with private landlords and could be expanded in the future if it proves successful.
Shropshire's flagship pension fund will be asked by Shropshire Council to move away from investing in fossil fuels within three years. Councillors backed a motion from the local authority's only Green Party councillor, Julian Dean, with only one councillor abstaining and none voting against the idea.