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- Fred Jeffs – the sweetshop murder
- Help for households struggling financially this winter in Sandwell
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Monthly Archives: September 2016
It’s time once more for the great Bearwood jumble trail… the jumble sale with a difference! Community organisation We Are Bearwood and the Abbey Road coffee shop Mad as a Hatter Tea Party bring you the great Bearwood Street Jumble … Continue reading
Simon Lea's latest spectacular Bearwood sunset…
Janice Stirrup, a mother of two and grandmother of one (with another grandchild expected very soon) has completed a zip wire run at Velocity Zip World in Snowdonia. It is the longest zip wire in Europe and the fastest in … Continue reading
Luke Morton, who lived in Bearwood for all of his short life, tragically drowned in August off Mwnt beach in Wales where he had gone to observe the seals and dolphins. Luke, who will have been known to many people … Continue reading
A torch-lit community procession in solidarity with refugees promoting hope, friendship and welcome, the Procession of Light will meet at the Fountain, walk through the woods and culminate at the Pavilion. Local councillors, refugee charity Brushstrokes and community leaders will … Continue reading
This weekend there is a consultation event for young people who want to contribute ideas for how the skate park in Lightwoods Park can be improved.
So, after years of neglect and vandalism, it finally looks like the end for the once beautiful cottage on Sandon Road. The cottage, which may date back to the late 18th century, was sadly never a listed building and now … Continue reading