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- Recycling collection suspended
- Help for households in Sandwell struggling financially this winter
- You’re not alone…
- Fred Jeffs – the sweetshop murder
- Help for households struggling financially this winter in Sandwell
- Financial advice sessions for women
- Presents for Bearwood
- Lockdown…Part 2
- Light up Bearwood
- A useful site…
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Monthly Archives: November 2012
I first met Russ Escritt over 30 years ago when he was a firebrand student leader of an occupation of the University Senate building at Warwick, in a protest over a hike of fees for overseas students. Decades later I … Continue reading
Nice to see the Council will attract some additional funding as a result of your efforts with recycling. Pat yourselves gently on the back!
Warley Woods has finished 2nd again in the national vote for Britain's favourite community park in this year’s prestigious Green Flag People’s Choice Awards. After finishing runner-up in the poll last year, Warley Woods was pipped this year by Victoria … Continue reading
Just one planning application for Abbey Ward on today’s list: And a reminder to objectors to the New Talbot site application that the planning committee will be visiting the site at 2.45pm tomorrow (Wednesday).
…then this may be of interest to you!
“Writing is utter solitude, the descent into the cold abyss of oneself.” – Franz Kafka “Writing is easy: All you do is sit staring at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead.” – Gene … Continue reading
Councillor Steve Eling switches on the lights on the Bearwood Christmas tree. Thanks for Global for the wine, Greggs for the bread, and Azzarri Too for the soup…and Nisa for the mince pies!
…and tomorrow, decked out with lights, we will have the big switch on, with all sorts of treats. Assemble from 5.30pm, switch on around 6pm.