Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Sandwell Herald

Apparently Sandwell Council's marketing and communication people are looking for feedback on the Sandwell Herald publication, and would welcome a response on the following: any general feedback from residents about the publication, including the content and look and feel of … Continue reading

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May Day stalls

Time is running out for organisations to book a stall for the May Day festival in Lightwoods Park. Anyone who wants a community stall, catering or one selling items should contact Cherie O'Sullivan as soon as possible before the final … Continue reading

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You bet Bearwood’s Got Talent!

do you know anyone aged between 7 and 19? Do they sing, juggle, tell jokes, play a musical instrument…or have any other special talents? Well, this is their chance to show that Bearwood’s got talent! Download the application form here.

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Oh what a beautiful morning…

Just perfect for a stroll in wonderful Warley Woods. So, why not take a walk and help the Trust to raise much needed funds to replace those benches so wantonly destroyed by vandals last year. The Trust is aiming to … Continue reading

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Help us to take action on betting shops

Earlier this month Sandwell Council passed a resolution calling on the government to legislate to control the spread of betting shops and their high-stake gambling machines designed to get around the licensing restrictions on casinos. These machines on our high … Continue reading

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May Day real ale festival

The Friends of Lightwoods Park are delighted to announce that they have partnered with the award winning Black Country brewery Enville Ales again this year as the main providers of ale to the May Day beer festival. Friends Group chair … Continue reading

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You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone…

…they've paved paradise…and put up a parking lot! They're planning to put 13 4-bedroomed, two & three storey dwellings, with double garages, on the land behind the pool at the Thimblemill Recreation ground. You can see all of the planning … Continue reading

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