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Walsall Bonfire & Fireworks Displays

by danielbarker on 22 October, 2019

Tickets on sale now for the following events: Brownhills Bonfire & Firework Display Holland Park Saturday 26 October 2019 Willenhall Bonfire & Firework Display Willenhall Memorial Park Friday 1 November 2019 Walsall Bonfire & Firework Display Walsall Arboretum Saturday 2 November 2019 Bloxwich Bonfire & Firework Display King George V Playing Fields Tuesday 5 November […]

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WALSALL’S TORIES TO CLOSE OUTDOOR PURSUITS CENTRES

by danielbarker on 21 October, 2019

Walsall’s Tory cabinet meets on Wednesday to seal the fate of the town’s outdoor pursuits service.  A report to the meeting will say that efforts to find efficiency savings and boost income have failed. Groups using the service’s sites at the Sneyd Water Activities Centre and Aldridge Airport say they are devastated by the news. […]

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Representatives from the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara would like to invite you to the 550th year Global Celebration of Sikhism. The event is to mark the 550th birth anniversary of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Date:               Saturday 9th November Time:              10.00am: welcome, opening & tour Venue:            Guru Nanak Sikh […]

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Here in Walsall’s West Locality (Bentley: Darlaston: Willenhall) we are looking to build a stronger democracy, one which works for us all, giving people real power to help bring about change in their lives. There is a need to make important choices about the society in which we live. But many people believe that democracy […]

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“Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) are the statutory body that bring together local partners to solve shared issues around:  Crime and Disorder, Anti-Social Behaviour, Drug and Alcohol misuse, and Reoffending.  Each year, Community Safety Partnerships are required to undertake strategic assessments to help to inform their priorities. The root causes of crime and disorder are complex […]

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VINCE, LUCIANA AND NORMAN WRITE ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH

by danielbarker on 17 October, 2019

Published on Liberal Democrat Voice by Caron Lindsay | Last Thursday was World Mental Health Day. Three of our MPs wrote articles on different aspects of mental health. Vince Cable wrote for Times Red Box (£) about his mother’s post natal depression and the impact on their family. When I was aged ten, shortly after my brother was born, […]

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Willenhall Police N’hood Watch meeting re-scheduled

by danielbarker on 17 October, 2019

A message from the Locality Manager for Willenhall, Short Heath,  Darlaston & Bentley Bonfire the 1st November –Willenhall Memorial Park As a result of the above, the Willenhall Neighbourhood Watch meeting scheduled for Friday 1st November is cancelled. Sorry ☹️ The meeting will now be on Thursday 24th October at 7pm, at Willenhall Police Station.👮‍♀️👮‍♂️ […]

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Published on Liberal Democrat Voice by The Voice | Last week the Office of National Statistics held an event to discuss the social impact on climate change. Lib Dem Peer Shas Sheehan spoke at the event, comparing the Extinction Rebellion protesters to the Suffragettes. She spoke about how the impact of climate change would be felt most […]

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Faith Belief Forum

by danielbarker on 15 October, 2019

FBF have now put up their webpage to welcome nominations for their forthcoming community awards in January: Walsall Community Recognition Awards will celebrate the vital work of local communities in making Walsall a welcoming place for people of all faiths, beliefs and cultures by bringing together local heroes and shining a light on their inspirational […]

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Previously published by Sustrans New figures show parents and residents across Great Britain support closing streets to cars outside school gates during drop off and pick up times. A recent survey, carried out by Sustrans, has revealed that 90% of parents and residents would support closing streets to cars more regularly outside schools. Out of […]

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