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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 2015
Thursday 2nd April – Monday 6th April With 23 real ales, 4 ciders on tap, and food available, including a specially installed extra bar, things are looking good for the Easter weekend at The Midland
The brilliant virtuoso horn player Dutch Lewis will be playing a variety of saxophones with his band at Thimblemill Library on Saturday night, and he'll also be at Silvershine Jazz tonight (Thursday) playing a tribute to the late great Andy … Continue reading
Our very own Andy White tops the bill, with Juliet Meyers, and Britain's only deaf comedian, Steve Day…
Images of the Lightwoods Park bandstand – 235 112* years apart. Then…. …and now! *Sorry, given wrong info. The bandstand was built in 1903! Thanks Ken for the heads up.
Abbey Ward Councillor Steve Eling and parks officer Cherie O'Sullivan talking about the Lightwoods project of the new Freeview channel, Big Centre TV.
Saturday, March 14th 7pm Thimblemill Library Film Club presents…. Join us to pay tribute to this iconic British actor/director, in his breakthrough role as Pinkie. British film noir at its finest.