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- Bearwood Action for refugees 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
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Monthly Archives: June 2014
Due to unforeseen circumstances, not unrelated to the condition of the poppies, about which less said is better, the poppy planting due to take place this weekend has had to be postponed.
Volunteers will be out this Sunday planting up the tubs in the shopping centre with poppies as a commemoration of all of those who died in the 1st World War. It is widely accepted that the event which triggered the … Continue reading
OK, it's not Birmingham, but on this occasion we'll forgive them as…the Birmingham Jazz and Blues Festival is coming to Bearwood once again this year! The wonderful Steve Ajao is well known to Bearwood Jazz fans for his virtuoso saxophone … Continue reading
The Bearwood Blog can exclusively reveal that the new hosts at The Midland real ale bar on Bearwood Road will be Richard Parling and Morwenna Hughes. Richard is 41 and is very experienced in the licensing trade, having been a … Continue reading
Plans for improvements along Bearwood Road that Councillors Steve Eling, Bob Piper and Ann Jaron have been talking to residents and traders about for some time are moving a step closer with the allocation of the money needed to make … Continue reading
Lots of music, a glass of wine, and fresh strawberries… what more could you ask for at only £3 (£1.50 concessions)