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: August 2016
Janice Stirrup, a mother of two and grandmother of one from Oldbury is to undertake an extreme and challenging sponsored zip wire run in aid of a local charity, Sandwell Young Carers. The event is to take place on 10th … Continue reading
Another Simon Lea stunner…
Just weeks after Bearwood lost the Coffee Junction cafe, we hear of another one planning to open. The Serenity Cafe will open shortly in the former Gregg’s shop down near The Bear, and we wish them the best of luck! … Continue reading
Simon Lea's Misty summer woods… Taken this morning up in the woods. There was no sunlight so had to work quite hard to find a reasonably interesting shot! Fortunately here there was a fallen tree, a bright red/orange tree and … Continue reading
A message from Julia Morris… Unfortunately Rounder’s at Lightwoods Park is cancelled for this evening but will be back on next week – hope to see you there!’
In the summer sunshine….(Photo courtesy of Ken Harrison)
An extensive programme of work is due to start on the Bearwood Road/Sandon Road/Three Shires Oak Road junction next Monday. There will inevitably be delays and drivers may want to consider ways of avoiding the junction if possible.
A stray leaf