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Monthly Archives: October 2015
Fancy some free football and multisport coaching this half term? Led by qualified coaches from Sandwell Leisure Trust, open to ages 7 years plus, all abilities welcome…and it is free to join in. Turn up and play on Tuesday 27th, … Continue reading
After the success of last year's calendar containing Simon Lea's stunning photographs around Bearwood, Simon has produced another one for next year with some truly amazing photographs of Warley Woods throughout the seasons. The calendars are excellent value for only … Continue reading
The Kings Head clock arrived this morning from Smiths of Derby, the clock makers who have painstakingly restored it to its original glory. A team of workmen have this morning begun the task of erecting the clock and connecting the … Continue reading
Well done to Bearwood mosaic artist Caroline Jariwala whose splendid mosaic owl was identified as one of the highlights during Birmingham's Big Hoot. The 89 individually sculptured owls were dotted around a 94 mile trail around Birmingham and its suburbs, … Continue reading
Thanks to Richard Marshall who has been up on the scaffolding to take these photographs of Lightwoods House as the contractors get back down to work on the HLF restoration project. They show there is still quite a bit to … Continue reading
Work is moving fast now on the restoration of the 'Kings Head' clock, ready for its unveiling back in its new home in Bearwood later this month These 'before and after' pictures taken at the internationally renowned clock makers Smiths … Continue reading
The new public garden outside Corks is looking good.