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- Help for households struggling financially this winter in Sandwell
- Financial advice sessions for women
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Monthly Archives: February 2013
Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with the photography of Ken Harrison, who on a number of occasions has kindly donated his photographs for our use on here. You may also recall and/or visited the exhibition of his … Continue reading
Via Sandwell Council's twitter feed: “@sandwellcouncil: Birmingham have told us Sandon Rd, between City Rd & Barnsley Rd, may be closed from tomorrow morning for urgent repairs. Allow extra time.”
Last chance to vote for a new classroom for Bearwood Road school. Thursday is Valentine's day, and it is also the last chance to vote in the poll for a new school building for Bearwood Road primary school. Follow this … Continue reading
Remember Simon who took those fantastic pictures of Lightwoods Park and Warley Woods a couple of weeks ago… well here are some equally dramatic photographs of the area around the Thimblemill Pool. The incredible thing to realise is that the … Continue reading
Three applications to this weeks list. Further details on the Council's planning website.
Some brilliant ideas for Valentine's Day here at Welovebearwood to help you celebrate and support local Bearwood initiatives. Oh, and thanks for the reminder, Jo.
We have received a revised planning application for the site of the former New Talbot public house. This time with apartments and no restaurant. Details can be found here.