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Monthly Archives: September 2017
Dudley Magistrates’ Court granted a closure notice on a property in St. Mary’s Road, Bearwood on 29/09/2017 using powers under the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 following numerous complaints from local residents over the last few months of … Continue reading
The world’s biggest coffee morning at Thimblemill Library Edited with BlogPad Pro
“EMBRACE is a social impact documentary that explores the issue of body image. The project has been supported by nearly 9000 Kickstarter pledgers who responded to a fundraising trailer I released in 2014, which has now had over 25 … Continue reading
On Sunday 24th September 2017 between approx. 5.00hrs & 11.00hrs the following roads in Sandwell will be closed in order to facilitate Sandwell’s section of the 100 mile cycling Sportive, Velo Birmingham. A456 Hagley Road / Hagley Road West, Smethwick will be closed in both directions from its boundary with Birmingham City … Continue reading
Coming this month – Low Impact Zumba – upstairs @ Lightwoods House………a fun Latin inspired dance fitness class! Edited with BlogPad Pro
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At the conclusion of The Big Sleuth this month the majority of bears will be auctioned off to raise vital funds to assist Birmingham Children’s Hospital. The auction for the previous Owl Trail raised over half a million pounds. But … Continue reading