A DISPLAY of over twenty Christmas trees can be seen at Wesley Methodist Church, High Street, West Bromwich during its first Christmas Tree Festival.
THE next meeting of the Blackheath and Rowley local Interest Group is on Tuesday, December 13, at 10am at Blackheath Central Methodist Church in High Street.
Apabila yang di jual adalah barang bergerak, maka cara penyerahan hak miliknya dilakukan sesuai dengan pasal 612 Kitab Undang-Undang Hukum Perdata.
Asian Family Support Service – SAFS – is a Smethwick based charity which provides a range of quality care and support services.
Pasal 1 angka 3 UU PPN PPnBM menyebutkan: Barang Kena Pajak adalah barang yang dikenai pajak adalah barang yang dikenai pajak berdasarkan Undang-Undang ini.
LAST week's page 23 featured some pretty spectacular photographs of just over thirty years' vintage.
New research by Think:Learn:Do commissioned by NAVCA highlights difficulties smaller charities have when using data to demonstrate their value.
Brexit vote shows dangers of ‘parachuting’ into beneficiaries’ lives, says Barrow Cadbury Chief ExecutiveSCVO: Sandwell Council of Voluntary Organisations 5 Dec
The UK’s vote to leave the European Union was a reminder to charities to be more aware of the dangers of “parachuting” into beneficiaries’ lives without consulting them, according to the chief executive of the Barrow Cadbury Trust.
Registered charities in England and Wales can apply for funding to the Masonic Charitable Foundation’s Community Support Grants Scheme.
The Baring Foundation has announced that its Support for the Voluntary Sector programme has re-opened for applications.
Sandwell’s voluntary and community sector organisations bring huge value to our area.
The Family Holiday Association (FHA) has announced that its funding programme open for applications.
WEST BROMWICH Local History Society are launching a brand new book documenting the town's experiences during the Second World War.
BECAUSE of a story that appeared in the Bugle two years ago, a reader has been able to see for the first time ever a photograph of her grandfather killed in the First World War.
Day 5 of our Norfolk trip, had us looking for Shorelarks, the weather had improved so walking around the Beach at Wells and Holkham was on the cards, followed by spending some time in the two hides at Holkham.
The weather on the Monday was dreadful heavy rain and windy all day, not pleasant for walking, so on occasions like this we resort to using the car as a hide.
AS WE face the onset of another winter, we have found this picture of Black Country holidaymakers in the Bugle collection and hope it may raise spirits with its reminder of sunnier days.
The weather wasn't looking great for the Sunday so we made a plan to go to the Hawk and Owl Trust at Sculthorpe Moor and hopefully if the weather improved as per the forecast head up to Snettisham to see the Pink Foots come in.
Sandwell Cardiac Club, a support group for cardiac patients and their families, would like to invite you to an Evening of Carols.
OUR front page picture this week is a lovely image of pre-war nurses, immaculate in their white overalls, with matching hats and gloves.
Along with the truly beautiful biscuits that Honeycat Cookies will be selling on Saturday we have lots more delicious sweet treats for our lucky visitors to enjoy.
Kate Pennington produces greeting cards, Christmas cards, prints and commissioned work under the name Little Penn , as well as tea towels, hand printed tote bags and textiles.
Peta Jackson of Squeaky Clean Soap says “ I began making soap as a school holiday project with a friend’s daughter.
They’ve been with us since the very first Bearwood Handmade and we’re always delighted to have them back – three generations of artists from the same family under one roof! The White Flamingo Gift Company promotes the artwork of the mother and ...
Warley Woods has been chosen of the Tesco Bags of Help charities for December.
A NEW BOOK is to be launched at Wednesbury Library this weekend to commemorate an old Black Country favourite publication which was on local Christmas present lists for many years.
We have just returned from a wonderful week in Norfolk, despite two or three days of bad weather.
Yes you can! If you're going to the Craft Muthas 2nd Christmas Fair (Saturday, Bearwood Baptist Church in Rawlings Road from 10am) you will have the opportunity to buy one of Simon Lea's fantastic prints, framed and in a range of sizes, to hang on ...
The promise of a wonderful festive evening with carols, music and readings.
…”an ice-pick in the brain of all who saw it” was how one critic responded to Cathy Come Home.
…and a big shout out for the Ukulele kids choir for leading the singing, and Global Wines for supplying the warming mulled wine.
Tom Watson's boy and Sandwell Cabinet flop Simon "Two Homes" Hackett has been subject to an investigation in respect of alleged bullying of Council employees.
This year we have replaced the rather tired looking lights we have had previously with something a tad brighter.
As the run-up to Christmas picks up pace, this Saturday Bearwood is buzzing.
We know that there is a bent copper (or coppers) within the higher echelons of West Midlands Police protecting Sandwell Labour.
Shock and horror as alleged provider of "special services" to West Midlands Police and disgraced Councillor Mahboob Hussain played a leading role in Oldbury's Remembrance Sunday commemorations today.
The Yanks may have elected a clown but in Sandwell, Labour still have the whole bloody circus in control.
BREAKING NEWS - this blog has previously established that Richard Jones - son of Labour Councillors (the proven liar) Ian Jones and Olwen Jones and the brother of Cllr Stephen Jones - was directly involved in the bent bid to Sport England (supported ...
Not one, but two fabulous Craft Fairs this year…and with food and drink too...
Our very own Simon Lea has recently entered this photo of Warley Woods in a photo competition with Countryfile.
With special thanks tothe brilliantPrivate Eye Magazine who have produced an interactive map concerning those councillors who, in financial year 2015/16, were late in paying their council tax or were even summonsed for non-payment.
Steve Eling seemed to start so well as the new Leader of Sandwell Council but his promise of "greater transparency" already looks hollow.
I thought it might be fun toplay a little game.
Bikes, skates, scooters, blades and music… what's not to like...
Sally Barker, finalist and runner-up in the BBC's The Voice returns to Thimblemill Library on Friday…miss it if you dare!! Sally reduced Tom Jones to tears on The Voice , she has acted as support to Bob Dylan and Robert Plant, sings Sandy Denny ...
Film maker Michael Moore says he has had enough of the US invading other countries and stealing their natural resources…he wants the US to go to other countries and steal their good ideas and superior lifestyle choices.
For one day only We Are Bearwood are re-opening Coffee Junction for a conversation café where we will be giving free drinks and cakes in exchange for a bit of your time and your stories of Bearwood, both real and imagined.
One of Simon Lea's beautiful photographs of the park Warley Woods has been voted one of the most popular public parks in Britain from those parks awarded Green Flag status.
Samuel Johnson`s assertion that patriotism is this last refuge of a scoundrel only works if the scoundrel is clever enough to manipulate prejudice and ignorance to manufacture a state of false patriotism and, therefore, extreme international danger...
I don't like to deal in rumours but it is a great shame that so many folk in Sandwell "do a Watson" when asked perfectly reasonable questions.
I have tonight received the following letter by hand-delivery from SMBC which is not marked as being sent on a private and confidential basis: It will probably come as no surprise that SMBC make no comment with regard to the substantive allegation ...
An open letter to Edward Timpson MP, Minister for Vulnerable Children with copies to Cllr Steve Eling, Jan Britton (for what that is worth) and The Albion Foundation.
The new Serenity Café opens next Monday, (just up from the Bear pub) and the owner, Jake, tells me that all customers calling in on the opening day will be welcomed with a free cup of tea or coffee, and a piece of cake.
On Friday, 14 October 2016 CARES is holding a fundraising Pamper Party at the Victoria Centre, Suffrage Street, Smethwick B66 3QB (close to Asda, Cape Hill).
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