Damp but not deterred

Thanks to everyone who came along to the official opening of the Kings Head Clock this morning, and thanks to the Kings Head who provided some refreshments and shelter for those who adjourned to hear the speeches.

Welcome home...

Welcome home…

The plaque...

The plaque…

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Local historian Mary Bodfish with a photograph of the original Kings Head inn


Abbey Ward councillors Ann Jaron and Steve Eling

Abbey Ward councillors Ann Jaron and Steve Eling

Mayor of Sandwell Councillor Barbara Price unveils the plaque

Mayor of Sandwell Councillor Barbara Price unveils the plaque

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3 Responses to Damp but not deterred

  1. Hazel shipton says:

    Thanks to all concerned for the safe return of the Kings Head clock,with the house restoration underway again Bearwood is being to rise like the phoneix

  2. keithbracey says:

    Reblogged this on keithbracey and commented:
    Brilliant day for Bearwood……

  3. keithbracey says:

    Brilliant day for Bearwood……Well done to the Bearwood Councillors and Richard Marshall for promoting Bearwood’s history and heritage……I have done a piece about the Chamberlain Clocks in and around #Birmingham on http://www.Birminghamfavourites.co.uk and on Twitter: @BrumFaves…..a great day for Bearwood which hopefully will kickstart the rebirth of that part of our town with Bearwood events and things like Farmer’s Markets to increase shopping and footfall in Bearwood as has happened in Kings Heath further along the number 11 Outer Circle bus route……Well done to all involved including that unsung @WeAreBearwood heroine Mary Bodfish……Bearwoodian Keith Bracey

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