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As you may know Walsall Council installed a temporary domehawk CCTV camera in Oaken Drive, for approx. 3 months, to assist in tackling anti-social behaviour. As you may also know the Willenhall Neighbourhood Police Team regularly patrol the area, at different time and days of the week. In addition WMBC Officers have been in the […]

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Hello everyone, Keep up-to-date with Walsall Council on Coronavirus (Corvid-19) :    https://go.walsall.gov.uk/covid-19_information Willenhall Fire Service –  Food Share Project –Every Thursday (at the moment) Willenhall Fire Station – Food Share Project: Venue: Willenhall Fire Station, Clarkes Lane, Willenhall each Thursday from 12noon to 2pm, at the moment. Please check the social media site for Willenhall […]

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I received the above report this week, and in it I found details of the following works due to commence in Short Heath: LOCATION SCHEME – A462 Sandbeds Road, (at the junction ofStroud Avenue) Willenhall EXPECTED START DATE – between 12/07/2020 and 19/07/2020 PROJECTED FINISH DATE – 1 DAY ONLY HOURS OF TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT – […]

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A government plan to fund private tutors for students who need help catching up on their studies amid the coronavirus pandemic has been criticised by school leaders as poorly thought out and with little detail.  Last month the government revealed a £1bn fund – with primary and secondary schools given £650m to spend on one-to-one […]

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In the past week, the Government has published plans to allow development to take place on brown field land without planning permission. This measure will do little to solve the country’s housing crisis and is actually down-right dangerous. The planning application process is there to ensure that what gets built fits with local plans and […]

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Places of worship can now bid in for up to £56,000 worth of security funding per individual venue in this year’s iteration of the Places of Worship Security Fund. Note that funding recipients will have to contribute 20% of the total cost of security measures. The application process has been changed this year to allow […]

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Article first published in Microsoft News Investing in green recovery is the “best way” to boost the UK economy after the coronavirus pandemic, and could create 1.6 million new jobs, a new report has found. Think tank IPPR is urging the government to invest in a jobs-led recovery plan focused on helping the UK meet its targets […]

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Living and Managing with Diabetes Workshop

by danielbarker on 1 July, 2020

Healthwatch Walsall have been commissioned by Walsall NHS Healthcare Trust and its partners to support them in delivering a programme of change in health and social care by making sure providers know what the views are of people in Walsall about using health and social care services. The programme is called Walsall Together. We would […]

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Responding to the publication of the Climate Change Committee’s annual report to Parliament, Liberal Democrat Climate Emergency Spokesperson Wera Hobhouse said: The climate crisis is doing irreversible damage to our planet. As this report shows, we need greater Climate Action Now so we can protect our planet for future generations. Since the Conservatives adopted a net-zero target […]

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Virtual surgery at 4pm tomorrow

by danielbarker on 29 June, 2020

It’s still not safe enough for me to hold my normal surgery tomorrow (activities taking place at Woodlands Academy are tightly controlled at the moment and I live with someone who is shielding), but I will set aside the time between 4 and 5pm tomorrow to receive your calls or emails. Please phone me on […]

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