Shropshire RCC

Shropshire RCC is a leading local charity working with individuals and groups to improve quality of life and strengthen communities in the county. Examples of our work in the community are:

• Supporting people who provide care for a family member or friend
• Matching people interested in volunteering with the charities and community groups that need their help
• Helping volunteers to run their local village hall
• Helping residents to produce a community-led plan
• Helping people to set up a community-owned business such as a shop, café, pub or woodland
• Making grants to community groups and giving advice on how to put together a funding application
• Lending mopeds and bicycles to help unemployed people access a job opportunity

We also work closely with other organisations and policy makers to ensure that the people of Shropshire have a voice.

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Colemere, near Ellesmere, is the only place in England where the Least Water-lily grows naturally

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Merefest 2017!

Merefest Festival is returning to Ellesmere, Shropshire on Saturday 16th, 2017! This fun-filled festival celebrates the unique landscape of the Meres and Mosses...

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