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Monthly Archives: July 2014
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For those of you who use the world of Twitter, you can now follow Bearwood's Police and Crime Support Officers (PCSOs) via @AbbeyWMP It's not an appropriate place to report crime, but useful if you want to see what Officers/PCSO's … Continue reading
Simon Lea's latest stunning picture of a Warley Woods sunrise…
Plans have been revealed for a new bus-based rapid transit system in to Birmingham, with Bearwood as one of the stops on the route. Described as ‘the bus which thinks it is a tram’ or ‘Metro’s little sister’, the Sprint will cost … Continue reading
As the traffic works are finished on Hagley Road, and the building workers prepare to decant their site offices from the area around the junction, our thoughts turn to what we do with that area when they are gone. pAs … Continue reading
The planning application to build houses on the small wood in Thimblemill Road has been deferred by planning committee until early September. Committee members were faced by around 70 banner waving protesters at the entrance to the Recreation Club who … Continue reading
At the Picnic in the Woods a couple of weeks ago the Abbey Churches Together had a stall and many children made clay animals for a Noah's Ark. These are on display in Thimblemill Library if folk would like to … Continue reading
Tickets for Theatre in Warley Woods are now on sale. This year the play is Shakespeare’s Macbeth and is on Sunday August 3rd at 7.30 pm. The Trust welcome back Heartbreak Theatre who have put on some great plays over … Continue reading
Fantastic night of blues at Thimblemill Library last night as part of the Jazz and Blues Festival. Steve here playing Jimi's Red House…
Highways will be starting drainage diversion works along Lightwoods Hill / Adkins Lane and Bishopton Road on Monday 21st July / Tuesday 22nd July in advance of the Lightwoods Park and House Restoration contract works. The works will last for … Continue reading