Were doing our bit for native wildlife and highlighting the importance of natural habitats.
I WAS very interested to read the article in the June 22 edition of the Bugle about Coseley Brass Foundry in the Duck Hole, Wallbrook.
For the first time ever DZG is hosting a spooktacular afterhours event, as we transform the 11 th century Dudley Castle courtyard into an open-air cinema.
JOAN and Derek Bunce, now age 79 and 82 respectively, first met in the Doughty Arms pub on the five ways in Tipton.
I HAVE been researching the history of the police forces in Worcestershire for many years.
Were planning a grrreat day on Friday as we mark Global Tiger Day.
I HAVE just read your recent item on Dudley Hippodrome when it was used as a wrestling venue.
DZGs reindeer hut is even more a home from home after being transformed into a tundra habitat.
IN THE Second World War thousands of men and women across the Black Country answered the call to duty, not just in the armed services but also in the different branches of civil defence on the Home Front.
THE students in Class One at Old Park School in Dudley have been working on celebrating Black Country Day.
HALESOWEN'S Jordon School of Dance have taken gold, representing England at this year's Dance World Cup.
Were sending DZG congratulations to local lad, Sam Allardyce, on his new job as manager of the England national football squad.
Schools out and were looking forward to welcoming thousands of families to DZG over the next few weeks.
Fancy some animal magic? Then make sure you get your hands on our fab new t-shirts in the Safari Shop.
The hunt is well and truly on for one young Pokmon fan, who headed straight to DZG after breaking up from school today! No read more...
THIS is a last call for a reunion of those pupils and teachers who went to Elmfield Rudolf Steiner School in Stourbridge, West Midlands.
WHEN this Tug-of-War team posed for pictures, in 1912 or thereabouts, their sport was recognised as an Olympic event.
MANY readers will remember the old Corbett Hospital in Amblecote, Stourbridge.
Weve got two milestone birthdays on site today the first is one of DZGs biggest animals, while the other is one of the smallest! No read more...
Glass making lives on in South Staffordshire – new £5.5m glass museum, studios, maker network websiteD'log 20 Jul
I’m pleased to see there’s a new £5.5m glass museum in South Staffordshire.
Summer isnt usually the season associated with reindeer, but on the hottest day of the year so far we welcomed a new arrival! Seven-year-old Lily gave birth to a baby in the early hours of yesterday and the youngster has taken its first steps outside...
Temperatures may have been up in the low 30's on the hottest day of the year, but things are much hotter on the sun.
UNTIL the 1970s, a roll of colour film for the family camera was seen as something of a luxury; the cost of the film itself and the subsequent processing were a considerable expense to the average snapper.
Weve all been there the suns shining and its boiling hot outside so you reach for that tasty ice lolly to cool you down only to get brain freeze with the first bite!! No read more...
THE Bugle ran an article on my dad, Harry Harrison CBE, in the May 11, 2016 issue, under the heading 'Netherton Boy Done Good'.
Weve had a number of new critters arrive at DZG over the last few days, but keepers dont need to feed or care for these, in fact we need help catching them! No read more...
Gorgeous Gawa was so excited at meeting our resident red panda, Yasmin, for the first time this afternoon he fell out of a tree! But rest assured hes okay and was straight up and off exploring the rest of his hillside enclosure after keepers moved ...
THANK you for printing my letter about Sunlight Treatment (May 25 edition) and what it was used for.
We're saying a HUGE THANK YOU to our generous and energetic onesie walkers who have helped raise 5,500 for our snow leopard appeal.
REGARDING your query on the 'Duck Hole' in Wallbrook which was mentioned in an article about the Coseley Brass Foundry in the June 22 edition of the Bugle.
Women workers’ banner at the black country museum workers institute It wasn’t too many decades ago that it was the tories who attacked the Labour party with the race card – if you want X for a neighbour vote Labour and all of that.
Hi All The Storehouse is Albion Street will be closed from (and including) Monday 29th August and reopen on Monday 5th September.
The new unelected Remain Prime Minister has now been appointed by the party board and all over the UK Brexit voters see no change in the direction of the UK's governance.
All over the UK following a world shattering referendum result our Government was given clear direct democratic instruction “LEAVE THE EU”, yet inside one week the very remain politicians in the Tory party helped by Labour are now ignoring your ...
I was delighted to attend the launch of Theresa May's campaign for the leadership this morning.
River Stour behind Lion Health Centre Murrays Chemist Thanks to our dedicated and committed volunteers we’ve almost completely cleared the River Stour behind the Lion Health Centre .
I’m writing to you as a Labour party member to beg you to respect the mandate of Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
Jean-Claude Juncker, Angela Merkel, François Hollande, Dave Cameron, James Morris , Margot James Sajid Javid, Tom Watson, Adrian Baily , Eddie Izzard, Peter Mandelson, Will Straw, Richard Branson, Sayeeda Warsi, Barack Obama, Christine Lagarde, Mark...
Wednesday 22nd June would have been Sarah Reed’s 33rd birthday.
The West Midlands Combined Authority intended to hold its inaugural AGM last Friday, 10 June, but a little local difficulty in the House of Commons meant that the legislation hadn’t been completed in time.
Just had a cry in the pouring rain and thought I would quickly express some thoughts about what happened today.
Following the shocking and tragic death of Jo Cox MP, the QA Event has been cancelled tonight.
Did Fleetwood Mac play Wolverhampton Civic Hall? This pic shows Dave Finely and Pamela Evans in the 1970s and a picture of the American/UK supergroup from this period.
The scene outside Sedgley Post Office today after the burglary on Sunday night Sedgley Post Office is usually a hive of activity at the start of each new week.
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, will host a senior Cabinet Minister to answer questions and listen to comments from local residents in a session ahead of the forthcoming referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU).
Last night Mr Gove gave a passionate talk about the UK leaving Europe and how we can rid this country of unelected faceless people who over 40 years have dictated the very rules that have destroyed our society and factories, the same faceless rulers ...
While Cameron's team threaten you with World War 3 if we leave the EU, more sensibly today we offer you VAT free energy bills and a commitment to protect our British borders.
You are probably wondering how your child can afford the £9000 per year University fees, full in the knowledge some of our local MP's voted to raise them.
Our next event is Sunday June 5th at Murray’s, Bradley Road, Stourbridge.
Just over 50 years ago a great American president was stolen from the world, he foretold of a corrupt power that linked a number of governments, he said only a free press could inform and educate the people if Governments did wrong, weeks later JFK ...
Q and A today at King Edward VI College, Stourbridge featuring Margot and Rt Hon Justine Greening MP.
On Friday 29th April, Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, hosted the latest event in her Aspirations programme.
Just over a month ago following a TV program linked to Channel 4 news, details came out about irregularities in the Conservative Parties declaration of election expenses and allegations they could have spent more that twice the legal limit on ...
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, will host a charity fundraiser coffee morning next Friday in support of Christian Aid.
We now have three EU sides to your Referendum Vote we have the “OUT” group who want to retain self rule, we have the disgusting “ IN” group who want to hand Britain on a plate to the Europeans and now we have Theresa May's “I'm voting in, ...
Statement from Margot James MP and radio interview.
A breakthrough resolution in the Clockfields road saga means an agreement to maintain the area’s roads has moved a step closer.
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has welcomed the news that crime has fallen by 14% in the West Midlands since 2010.
Parliament debated a petition signed by over one hundred thousand people into brain tumours last week.
The whole UK now knows what these Europeans are really like they are SICK , we've had threats from the French President followed by more threats from the French foreign minister with a smirking Mr Cameron close by The good folk of Great Britain need ...