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- Bob on it’s judging week for the Bearwood front garden competition
- linderjeet gurmukh on it’s judging week for the Bearwood front garden competition
- Bob on Polling station review
- Felicity Somervell on Polling station review
- Bob on Jonathan’s in the Park presents…
- Superstar at Silvershine Jazz
- Polling station review
- Jonathan’s in the Park presents…
- it’s judging week for the Bearwood front garden competition
- Friday, at Lightwoods House….
- July e-Bulletin
- Thimblemill Library to host Sandwell’s first LGBTQ+ festival
- Alex Clarke at The Silvershine
- June Bearwood e-Bulletin
- Saturday at the ‘Mill
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
Well, your egg may not roll very far, but all signs are that the Warley Woods Easter Egg Roll will not be deterred by a little unseasonal snow. This is the 6th year the Community Trust have held the event, … Continue reading
Over at Enjoy Bearwood you can see an appeal on behalf of the young couple who will be taking part in the first ever Lightwoods Park wedding ceremony. They have already had some generous offers, including one for free photography … Continue reading
Just about the only saving grace of the recent horrid weather as far as I can see is that it makes my garden look as picturesque as anyone else’s. However, if you are one of those green-fingered enthusiasts who get great delight … Continue reading
After 35 years in Harborne, iCycle, the bike shop, is moving to new state-of-the-art premises in Bearwood. To celebrate the occasion Shaun Jones, iCycle’s shop manager, wants to invite cyclists of all ages and standards to join him in a … Continue reading
Both of the applications on this week's list have been posted here previously, but the update is for the public objection for the Samba Lounge. That will now require a hearing at the Licensing Panel at a date to be … Continue reading
We have been advised that the A38 tunnels through Birmingham city centre are going to be closed for six weeks this summer while essential refurbishment is carried out. The St Chad’s and Queensway tunnels will be completely closed to all … Continue reading