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The Telford Christmas Gift Fair is to be staged at the im- pressive Telford International Centre on Saturday and Sun- day, 1-2 December 2012. The doors of the giant Hall One of the Telford Inter- national Centre will open at 10am on Saturday 1 Decem- ber for a two day spectacular to reveal 7,000 square me- tres of exhibition space full of everything for the Christmas shopper.


The organisers will be marketing the show across the whole of Shropshire and the West Midlands and will be attracting thousands of visitors to the massive venue. The attraction of the


Telford venue is that there is ample parking and the show is free to enter. The venue has parking for over 2,000 vehicles. The Telford International


Exciting new baby and toddler music classes come to Telford


Musical Steps invites you and your little one to join in the fun of Musical Steps classes. Their friendly new classes in Telford offer chil- dren, from four months to


five years, an exciting oppor- tunity to develop their lan- guage, communication and creative skills.


Alongside singing, rhyme and movement to a wide


Telford is set to hold fi rst ever Christmas Gift Fair


ship Expo Ltd, own other trade shows and will be marketing the show heavily across Shropshire and the West Midlands.


There is no other event like this in Shropshire and


Centre has three hotels on site if visitors or exhibitors wish to stay over. The Holi- day Inn and International Hotels are on the exhibition site and the venue also owns Gray’s which is just a short walk away.


The organisers, Partner-


with over 350,000 people living within


of the venue in the county and a further 2,250,000 in the West Midland conurba- tion we are expecting a big attendance.


thirty minutes


The Telford Gift Fair will be a spectacular event with over 150 exhibitors display- ing their wares.


Come along to the Telford


Gift Fair in Telford and pick up a bargain!


LIBRARY UP FOR SALE


Wellington’s library and the former offices of Gw- ynne’s Solicitors, Edgbas- ton House, are up for sale. It now seems unlikely that the buildings will now pro- vide a home for the Wrekin


Oakengates is open for business


Rumours of the death of Oakengates have been greatly exaggerated, Wel- lington News is happy to reveal.


Whilst it is certainly true that trading in this plucky lit- tle market town which is on the famous Watling Street Roman road, have been somewhat difficult over the last few years, regeneration partnerships and initiatives between local traders, Oak- engates and Telford and


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Wrekin Borough Council are now beginning to bear fruit, Wellington News can report.


The revelation that, at last, the impressive and im- posing building that used to house Walker Technical College on Hartsbridge Road, Oakengates, is to be converted in to luxury apartment has met with ap- probation from all quarters. The general feeling is that whilst it was a pity that Oak-


engates lost its own techni- cal college, that it is fantas- tic news that the building, damaged in a fire, will be brought back to life as high quality apartments.


Oakengates has a wide variety of retailers and businesses to serve your needs. There’s ample free parking, or take the bus or the train to see exactly what Oakengates has to of- fer. You could be pleasantly surprised.


Museum, as had previously been hoped. It has been rumoured


that the buildings, including the town’s former Georgian


workhouse, later the Union Brewery, could, ironically, be turned into a care facility for the elderly. Let us know what you think?


range of ‘real’ music, from classical to cuban, they also use instruments and other fun props such as puppets, feathers, ribbons and bub- bles to give your child a stimulating and educational experience.


Music can benefit many aspects of your child’s de- velopment and Musical Steps aims to do this by pro- viding well written, age ap- propriate activities, delivered by quality trained Musical Steps teachers.


“I love Musical Steps classes because they are not just your typical ‘sing- along’ for babies and tod- dlers. The classes contain real educational content writ- ten by an expert early years music specialist. But that’s not to say that the classes are not fun; quite the con- trary; they are so much fun, you will not even realise that your child is developing so many vital skills!” says El- eanor Pittam, Musical Steps teacher for the Telford area. She added: “Musical Steps also provides an op- portunity to meet local par- ents as well as spending quality bonding time with your child. So why not come and try us out? We would love to see you!”


Musical Steps taster courses in Telford will be running from June 11 for four weeks on Monday mornings in Lightmoor Vil- lage and Friday mornings in Newport.


Contact Eleanor on 07708 754 216 or email eleanor.pit- tam@musicalsteps.co.uk for more information or to book a place. You can also check out our website at www.mu- sicalsteps.co.uk


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