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Shrewsbury Civic Society

DescriptionThe Shrewsbury Civic Society, established in 1963, brings together many individuals and over 40 corporate members interested in the town and its future development.

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Bridgnorth Civic Society

DescriptionBridgnorth Civic Society in Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

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Tree Council

DescriptionA national charity promoting the importance of trees in a changing environment.

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Home Essentials (Shrewsbury Furniture Scheme)

DescriptionHome Essentials collects donated furniture, household goods and electrical items.

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Friends of the Montgomery Canal

DescriptionAn independent group working alongside the Montgomery Waterway Restoration Trust to involve the whole community in determining the future of the Montgomery Canal.

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Ludlow Civic Society

DescriptionLudlow Civic Society aims to promote development in the town which is sympathetic to its history and appropriate for its future.

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Shropshire Smallholders' Group

DescriptionShropshire Smallholders' Group holds meetings on the second Thursday of the month for anyone interested in smallholding.

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Garth Hillside Organic Garden

DescriptionA voluntary community organic food growing project in Glyn Ceiriog.

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Shrewsbury and Newport Canals Trust

DescriptionThe Shrewsbury and Newport Canals Trust has been formed to help save the Shrewsbury and Newport Canal.

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Shropshire Wildlife Trust (Ludlow)

DescriptionShropshire Wildlife Trust aims to protect wildlife in the area and promote conservation.

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