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Rotary club of Ironbridge

30/11/2015 16:33

Ironbridge Rotary

Rotary Club of Ironbridge paid us a visit recently to have a tour of the Ironworks. They enjoyed refreshments in our cafe, A blacksmith demonstration and got a preview of the 'Knife Angel' in Alfie's workshop.

It was a pleasure having the club here and hope they can come and see us again soon.

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Rosemarie

Rosemarie Seller from Walford and North Shropshire College visited today with one of her students.

They came to speak to Alfie bradley sculptor about the Knife angel and actually see it in the flesh. Alfie showed them the different types of weapons that have been collected through the amnesty so far.

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Pumpkin Carving

30/11/2015 16:51

Pumpkin Carving

We had Alfie bradley sculptor pumpkin carving at our Halloween Trick or treat event. He carved so many pumpkins, but this one we think is the best.

This is Ade, our go to man for anything. He helps with deliveries and any job that needs doing, Ade's the man. You can really see the likeness!

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Knife Bank Wolverhamton

30/11/2015 17:13

Knife bank

Here is a photo of the newest knife bank to be put in place in the West Midlands. The knife bank has been installed in at the Morrisons store in Bilston, Wolverhampton. West Midlands Policehave overseen the installation and was installed by Bilston East Neighbourhood team.

We continue to be overwhelmed by the amount of support we have had from police forces across the country. We wouldn't be able to give the angel wings if it weren't for the incredible support from the police forces.

An official unveiling is to follow the installation but we are hoping that the locality of this knife bank will encourage donations and get even more knives off the streets.

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Local Business

We are supporting another local business, The Old Coffee Pot.

Come and try this delicious Lemon Meringue pie homemade by The old coffee pot.

We have had a taste and it's delicious!! Darren brought it over yesterday and we haven't been able to keep our eyes off it.

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New Cakes on Display

01/12/2015 11:11

Rachel and Hazel

We have a delicious range of cakes on offer in our showroom! Every Flavour is covered from Rolo toffee cake to Dandelion and Burdock cake.

Our cafe is growing, we are now serving delicious hot pastries and warm soup, perfect pick me ups for a cold and blustery day.

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educational

We had The educational development services group in this week for a tour of the Ironworks. The group, from Shrewsbury enjoyed a blacksmith demonstration and got a sneak peek at how the knife angel is coming along.

They really enjoyed their visit and here they are with Kenny, our Tour Guide.

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Ellesmere College

01/12/2015 11:25

Ellesmere College

Ellesmere College students visited on a blustery Saturday this weekend.

The College want to make regular visits to our site so the students get to learn about metalworking and how a bit of imagination can go a long way.

It was great to have them here and we look forward to their next visit.

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Remembrance Sunday

01/12/2015 11:42

Remembrance

There was fantastic turn out in Oswestry yesterday for the Remembrance parade.

It was phenomenal to see the support from the town and just how many groups and organisations involved.

Veterans, Scouts, Brownies, Guides the Cadets were just a few who were included in the parade.

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school travel awards

01/12/2015 11:46

School Travel

We are improving our interaction with Schools and Colleges and our relevance to education and learning. With our new arts and education space taking shape we are radically proactive in involving students.

We are hoping that we can be involved in the School Travel Awards soon, watch this space!

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