Welcome to…...the blog of the Sandwell Abbey Ward Labour councillors.
- Chair vacancy
- Mental health support from Sandwell Kaleidoscope
- Recycling collection suspended
- Help for households in Sandwell struggling financially this winter
- You’re not alone…
- Fred Jeffs – the sweetshop murder
- Help for households struggling financially this winter in Sandwell
- Financial advice sessions for women
- Presents for Bearwood
- Lockdown…Part 2
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Monthly Archives: November 2014
This is January in Simon Lea's brilliant Bearwood calendar… featuring some of Simon's stunning images of our wonderful parks!
Starting in 2015….launching on December 8th.
There are 'crafty people'…. …and cake too!
Tomorrow night, after you put your feet up from visiting the craft fairs, why not take in a bit of laid back, relaxing music…
For those of you who delight in craft fairs, this Saturday is nirvana for you in Bearwood. Bearwood Baptist Church in Rawlings Road is the venue for the first of two Winter Craft Fairs being promoted by Bearwood Handmade between … Continue reading
There is a Sandwell Stride Health Walk on Wednesday 19th November commencing at 10 a.m. from Thimblemill Library. The walk lasts for approximately an hour finishing at the library with coffee and biscuits. Hoping to see some of you there. … Continue reading
In order to allow works to improve the Galton Road/Hagley Road West junction, a road closure will be in place on Galton Road and a right turn ban in place for vehicles wishing to turn right into Galton Road from … Continue reading
This Saturday is the WINTER PARTY at Webbs Walled Garden on Three Shires Oak Road. Starting at 10.30am and right the way through until 8pm, you can enjoy a variety of treats, including mince pies, mulled wine, vodka with warm … Continue reading
If the last two years are anything to go by, this promises to be a pretty good night… and it's free too!