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  1. PANEL: Dr Matthew Lamb, Mark Garnier, Michael Wrench, Dr Richard Taylor and Natalie McVeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Ledbury Reporter

    SUPPORT your local business was the message sent loud and clear to the panel of Wyre Forest Parliamentary candidates at the Federation of Small Businesses hustings event held at The Point in Kidderminster. Judi Brazkiewicz, chairman for FSB Worcestershire, chaired the packed event and welcomed the panel comprising Mark Garnier, Conservative candidate, Dr Matthew Lamb , Natalie McVey , Dr Richard Taylor and Michael Wrench to the one-off opportunity for constituency business owners.

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  2. PANEL: Dr Matthew Lamb, Mark Garnier, Michael Wrench, Dr Richard Taylor and Natalie McVeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Malvern Gazette

    SUPPORT your local business was the message sent loud and clear to the panel of Wyre Forest Parliamentary candidates at the Federation of Small Businesses hustings event held at The Point in Kidderminster. Judi Brazkiewicz, chairman for FSB Worcestershire, chaired the packed event and welcomed the panel comprising Mark Garnier, Conservative candidate, Dr Matthew Lamb , Natalie McVey , Dr Richard Taylor and Michael Wrench to the one-off opportunity for constituency business owners.

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  3. THE first wedding ever recorded at Bishop's Castle Town Hall has been celebrated.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Ludlow Advertiser

    Xander Ashwell and his bride Meri Hunneyball had the distinction of being the first couple to be married there on Saturday, April 18. Thirty-year-old Xander, is the son of Mike and Miranda Ashwell of Bishop's Castle, and Meri, aged 26, is the daughter of John and Maribeth Hunneyball, who live in Norton. Sixty guests enjoyed a champagne toast before walking in the sunshine down the hill to the Church Barn for the wedding reception.

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  4. Library campaigners look to Localism legislationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Ludlow Advertiser

    Campaigners fighting to keep Church Stretton Library in the town centre are considering if they can take any action under the 'Localism Act'. CAMPAIGNERS fighting to keep Church Stretton Library in the town centre are considering if they can take any action under the 'Localism Act.'

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  5. Baldwins and Cox Jerome mergeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Accountancy Age

    BALDWINS Accountants - one of the largest independent firms in the Midlands - has bought out near neighbour Cox Jerome in a deal which will see it grow its Walsall staff to 35. The acquisition will see Baldwins, which has 13 offices from Nottingham to Wales, move its Walsall headquarters to Cox Jerome's larger offices "just a few doors away". John Baldwin , who joined his father's firm 44 years ago, said the move would serve both firms well and bring mutual benefits: "This is a common sense move.

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  6. Gwen's wartime memories featured in new filmRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    A KIDDERMINSTER woman's memories of helping protect British shores from German forces during World War II have been featured in a new film. 'We Did Our Bit' presents the stories of 11 military veterans from the conflict that lived in Worcestershire and has now been released on DVD.

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  7. Picklescott, Church StrettonRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 21 | FarmingUK

    DESCRIPTION & SITUATION Berrys have been favoured with instructions to market for sale 185.11 acres of land, of which 41.05 acres is arable, 133.06 acres is permanent pasture and the remaining 11.01 acres are a mixture of woodland and amenity land located in Picklescott. The land is available as a whole or lots as required.

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  8. It's amazing the links I find in Bugle storiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Black Country Bugle

    Your most recent article on Wood Street Cemetery, Willenhall featured local shopkeepers Jesse and Mary Ann Budd. Their eldest daughter, Mary Elizabeth Budd ,married my Grandfather's cousin, Frank Raybone , at St Giles Church on May 2, 1897.

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  9. Saying I do with an austerity wartime wedding in the Black CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Black Country Bugle

    THIS week, prompted by memories of my parents' long marriage, my thoughts turn to weddings particularly to couples who married in World War Two and post-war austerity. Had my father still been alive, he and my mother would have celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary this week.

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  10. Firefighters tackle twelve grass fires across GwentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | South Wales Argus

    Usk crew attended to trees on fire in Woodside Trading Estate Llanbadoc at 8.44pm and crews from Ebbw Vale crew attended a grass fire in Garnlydan at 8.28pm. Aberbargoed crew attended a grass fire in Pentwynmawr Newbridge at 8.27pm and Maindee crew attended a grass fire in Liswerry at 8.19pm.

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  11. Time Team-style dig coming to Maesbury MarshRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Border Counties Advertizer

    A HISTORIC canal wharf, smelting house and bone manure works at Maesbury Marsh, near Oswestry, will be the focus of a Time Team-style archaeological dig. The event runs until Sunday, April 26, and specialists from Nexus Heritage and the Canal & River Trust are hoping to attract dozens of amateur, would-be archaeologists to take part in a community excavation of the important historical canal site.

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  12. Courthouse RecordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Laurie Canavan , 51, of 33 Chippewa Road, Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, to be dismissed upon payment $100 court costs. Markus Jeffers , 25, of 5 Tivnan Drive, West Boylston, charged with four counts of assault and battery on a public employee; threatening to commit a crime, continued to May 4. David S. Patterson , 34, of 30 Shrewsbury Green, Unit A, Shrewsbury, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed; driving an uninsured motor vehicle, to be dismissed upon payment $100 court costs.

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  13. a The opening of the new Wulfrun College was a very proud timeaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2012 | Black Country Bugle

    Over the past few weeks we have been following the career change Bill Pace of Perton made back in 1959, when he made the decision to leave the shop floor of industry and become a lecturer in further education, and this week Bill's continuing story includes the opening of the new Wulfrun College of Further Education in 1961 ... "I felt as if I had settled into the routine very quickly and certainly got on well with the students who were all willing to learn as much as they could and put the hard graft in. With student numbers at full compliment every teacher was needed and in the absence of anyone during term time, some of us were asked by the Principal to help out with extra classes.

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  14. Lakeside savaged by WolvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Romford Recorder

    Rob Newell/TGSPHOTO c/o 27 Plaiters Way, Braintree, Essex, CM7 3LR - Editorial Use ONLY - FA Premier League and Football League Lakeside Hammers continued their struggles away from home this season as the Wolverhampton started slow before hitting form in the second half of the meeting at Monmore Green. The Hammers started off very brightly taking the lead to start and Wolves were left panicking before the home side shut the visitors out not allowing them to have a race winner after heat six.

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  15. Your Monday evening news round up from the Black Country and North WorcestershireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    A Bromsgrove mother whose son is locked up in a Thai prison cell in horrendous conditions, says she had been overwhelmed by the support of townsfolk. Lance Whitmore, originally from the town, has been locked up in the Klong Prem Prison in Thailand for the past eight months in a cramped, filthy cell designed to hold 20 people, but which is instead holding 78. Lance's parents, Russ and Debbie Caswell, are now campaigning to help their son as fears grow for his deteriorating health and state of mind.

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  16. UK Moving Company Burke Bros. to Add Self-Storage Units in Wolverhampton, EnglandRead the original story

    Monday Apr 20 | Inside Self-Storage

    Burke Bros. Moving Group is adding traditional self-storage units to a portion of its headquarters on Fox's Lane in Wolverhampton, England.

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  17. Fire on Severn Valley embankmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    Crews from Bewdley and Kidderminster were called to Northwood Lane, in Bewdley, at around 1.49pm today . Remember you are personally responsible for what you post on this site and must abide by our site terms .

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  18. Kidderminster robber who jumped on a man demanding money given second chance by courtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    A ROBBER who claimed to have turned his life around since his last offence has been given a second chance by a judge. Nathan Allender jumped on a man's back and robbed him of a bank card and A 40 in cash almost three years ago on September 21, 2012, Worcester Crown Court heard.

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  19. West Midlands gang who hid behind umbrellas to steal A 177k from 13 shops jailed for 27 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | The Independent

    The gang stole A 145,000 in cash, A 2,000 in cigarettes and cars valued at A 30,000 during their crime spree Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Armed gang members who used umbrellas to hide their identities as they embarked on a crime spree that saw them steal A 177,000 from shops and supermarkets across the West Midlands have been jailed for more than 27 years.

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  20. Wyre Forest Diabetes open forum to take placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    THE Diabetes UK's Wyre Forest branch is to hold an open forum in May, in the Education Rooms at the Kidderminster Hospital Treatment Centre. A panel of local experts, including Doctor Paul Newrick, Jagwina Borns, Lynn Gilbert, Dawn Edwards and Roseanne Dunley will be on hand to answer questions related to Diabetes and your healthcare.

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