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Shropshire Boccia Tournament 2016more

10th Nov, 2016
We held our 4th Shropshire Boccia Tournament this Autumn – our biggest yet. Teams from across the county competed, including teams from sheltered housing schemes and day centres; general social groups and groups of friends....
 

Renowned Voluntary Sector expert to speak at SRCC AGMmore

1st Nov, 2016
Debra Allcock Tyler, internationally renowned Chief Executive of the Directory of Social Change, will be the guest speaker at Shropshire Rural Communities Charity's Annual General Meeting on November 10th.
 

Big Energy Saving Week 2016more

28th Oct, 2016
Big Energy Saving Week starts on 31 October 2016.  It is a national campaign to help people cut their fuel bills and get all the financial support they are entitled to.
 

Warmer Winter Appeal 2016/17more

24th Oct, 2016
As eligible Shropshire residents will be about to receive their Winter Fuel Allowance in the next few weeks, Shropshire Rural Communities Charity has launched its annual Warmer Winter Appeal for this winter: helping those for...
 

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21st Oct, 2016
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Grow Your Tenner: National scheme to fund-match donations more

17th Oct, 2016
This year, Shropshire Rural Communities Charity is taking part in Grow Your Tenner  – an annual match-funding campaign run by Localgiving.
 

Get Ready for Smart Metersmore

17th Oct, 2016
Smart Energy GB 
Did you know that even though you are off mains gas you can get a smart meter for your electricity supply? We are working with our partners in the ACRE Network and Smart Energy GB to raise awareness of the smart meter rollout. We’re promoting smart meters to off mains gas residents in Shropshire county. 
 

Volunteering is Celebrated by High Sheriff at RCC Eventmore

16th Aug, 2016
Shropshire's High Sheriff helped the Shropshire Rural Communities Charity thank its Sight and Hearing Loss Support Service volunteers for their contribution to helping people in the community.
 

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