Christmas holiday bin days…


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Hang Simon Lea!

Yes you can!

If you're going to the Craft Muthas 2nd Christmas Fair (Saturday, Bearwood Baptist Church in Rawlings Road from 10am) you will have the opportunity to buy one of Simon Lea's fantastic prints, framed and in a range of sizes, to hang on your wall at home. And if you're feeling particularly generous, you could buy one for a friend for Christmas. They make particularly good presents for people who no longer live near Warley Woods or Lightwoods Park but who retain fond memories of the area.

And if you're particularly lucky, you'll be able to snatch a few words with the tall good-looking young fellah selling them and he may give you a few words of wisdom about photography…he knows a bit does our Simon!


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An Enchanted Christmas at St Hilda’s

The promise of a wonderful festive evening with carols, music and readings. The concert will be conducted by local musician and composer, John Barber.

Tickets may be available on the door but do book in advance by visiting the website


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A TV film which shook the country

…”an ice-pick in the brain of all who saw it” was how one critic responded to Cathy Come Home.

The film caused a massive outcry and alerted the media and public to the scandal of homelessness… particularly relevant today as young people struggle to get a foothold on the housing ladder.


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Tickets still available…

…you can pay on the door.



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Switched On

…and a big shout out for the Ukulele kids choir for leading the singing, and Global Wines for supplying the warming mulled wine.



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There’s nothing like a real tree…


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