Pensnett, England Newswire

Pensnett, England Newswire

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  1. Dudley groups invited to bid for cash at community forumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    COMMUNITY groups across the borough can bid for much-needed funding at the next round of Dudley Council community forums. Forums will be held at venues across Dudley from September 6 to 12 to give people chance to have their say on issues affecting their communities.

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  2. Before the courtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 14 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    Jane Elizabeth Hickens, aged 45, of Mousesweet Close, Netherton , was fined A 150 for assaulting a man in Dudley on July 24 and using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused offence. The latter offence was racially aggravated.

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  3. Remembering Harts Hill IronworksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | Black Country Bugle

    Hudson's of Dudley, pictured around twenty years ago from the air, occupying the site which was once home to Hingley's... A rare old survivor, this is Bessie, one of the Harts Hill Iron Company's working boats. Keen-eyed viewers may well have... This office building from the days of the Harts Hill Ironworks still survives today as part of Hudson's of Dudley's... The canal which ran through the ironworks is still there, as is some of the original brickwork, seen on the left IN RECENT editions we've taken a good look at two of Noah Hingley's local ironworks, thanks to some rare aerial photographs, and this week we turn our attention to a third of old Noah's plants.

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  4. First class degrees for Stourbridge university studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 8 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    Lianne Peters, Melissa Jukes, Ross Ensor, Beth Johnson, Emily Mantle, Natalie Priest, Josh Crampton, and Aaliya Nash have all come away from university with the best possible grade. Mature student Lianne, of St Mark's Road, Stourbridge, who achieved a first in her occupational therapy degree said: "I am extremely proud to be one of the first cohort of occupational therapists to graduate from the University of Worcester and to have achieved a first is the icing on the cake."

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  5. Before the courtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 8 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    Diane Joyce Williams, aged 45, of Turners Grove, Lower Gornal , was discharged conditionally for 12 months for being drunk and disorderly in Lower Gornal on July 13. She must pay a victim surcharge of A 20 and A 135 court costs. Anthony James Barker, aged 41, of Tiled House Lane, Pensnett, was given a 12 month community order for being drunk and disorderly and assaulting a police officer in Dudley on June 28. He was fined A 50 and must pay compensation of A 100, a victim surcharge of A 85 and A 50 court costs.

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  6. Pair jailed after explosion rocked Dudley bedsitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | Evesham Journal

    TWO men were badly burned in an explosion that rocked a Dudley bedsit after they decided to have a cigarette while using highly inflammable lighter fuel to soak cannabis leaves. Matthew Coley and Terrence Scarrett were trying to convert the controlled drug into cannabis oil to line cigarette papers when the blast destroyed their room in the Stourbridge Road property.

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  7. Your traffic and travel news for Friday morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | Redditch Advertiser

    WITH the weekend to look forward to, we're here to get you moving to your destination on this Friday morning. Roads around the Black Country and North Worcestershire are looking okay in general, apart from where there are ongoing road works.

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  8. Pensnett restored loco's 150th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    The Talyllyn Railway's No.2 Dolgoch is 150 years old and still in regular service thanks to restoration in the... TWO weeks ago, in our July 6 edition, John Trafford told the story of how the historic Dolgoch locomotive of the Talyllyn Railway was restored by Gibbons Brothers of Pensnett in the late 1950s. This year Dolgoch marks her 150th birthday and John went along to the special celebrations... As a former employee of Gibbons Brothers, I, together with my wife Maureen and friend Pat Rubery, went to the No.2 Dolgoch 150th birthday celebrations at Tywyn on Friday, July 1. The day had two incidents and a big surprise for me, which lit my face up like a Christmas tree.

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  9. Brierley Hill's 600m Waterfront enterprise plans take a step closerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2016 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    PLANS to develop a major 'enterprise zone' across Brierley Hill has taken a step closer after being lodged with the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Dudley Council hope the business and innovation project will bring 7,000 new jobs to the area as well as injecting an additional A 589 million into the regional economy.

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  10. Man wanted in connection with Pensnett burglaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2016 | Evesham Journal

    POLICE want to speak to this man after thousands of pounds worth of fishing equipment was stolen from a garage in Pensnett. Anyone with information should contact Detective Constable Neil Payton at Brierley Hill police station on 101 or email [email protected]

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  11. Stourbridge youngsters celebrate 100 years of cub scouts at Jungle JamRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 21, 2016 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    Young cubs and leaders from St Thomas' pack were part of the region's Jungle Jam 100, celebrating 100 years of cub scouting MORE than 200 cub scouts and 70 leaders from across Stourbridge took part in the cub's Jungle Jam 100 camp to celebrate the centenary of the organisation. Between Friday and Sunday the youngsters camped out at Blackwell Adventure Centre in Bromsgrove with more than 1,140 other cubs and volunteers.

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  12. Historic locomotive restored by Pensnett engineersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    READERS may recall, that in August 2015, I wrote in the Bugle about a locomotive that operates on the Talyllyn Railway, No.1 Talyllyn, and how this loco was reborn by the skill of Black Country men at Gibbons Brothers in 1957/58. My story is about Talyllyn's sister locomotive, No.2 Dolgoch, which followed the same track as Talyllyn and ended up at Gibbons Brothers, Lenches Bridge, Pensnett.

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  13. Before the courtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2016 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    Emma Williams, aged 36, of Kirkham Gardens, Pensnett, was given a 12 month community order for driving in Brierley Hill whilst unfit through drink, on April 23. She was disqualified from driving for 24 months and must pay a victim surcharge of A 85, A 135 court costs and carry out 80 hours unpaid work. Stuart Neil Williams, aged 37, of Gibbs Road, Lye, was sent to prison for 24 weeks for stealing alcohol, worth A 2,256, from shops in Dudley and Brierley Hill on June 23 and 24. He was also sentenced for failing to provide a non-intimate sample to ascertain whether he had a class A drug in his body, in Oldbury on June 30. He must pay a victim surcharge of A 115.

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  14. Wednesbury building to the foreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    A trio of historic landmarks; the Edwardian toilet block, the granite horse trough, and the two cast iron posts that... Above: Ray James tearing up the road on his 1959 Gold Star. Below: the Cosmic Wind 'Ballerina' American Pylon Racer The stone horse trough in Pensnett that was placed in situ to commemorate the Coronation of King George V in 1911.

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  15. The Earl and the Bean men a " the industrial roots of a rugby clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    Dudley-Kingswinford's home since the 1960s at Swindon Road, Wall Heath. The main stand makes excellent use of the old... LAST WEEK we took a look at the origins of Dudley-Kingswinford Rugby Football Club, whose formation lies in the industrial Black Country.

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  16. Woodside group's talk on mining hamletRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    WOODSIDE Memory and History Group meet at the Community Centre in Highgate Road on the third Monday of the month, from 7pm to 9pm. The next meeting will be on June 20 when Jane Fisher will talk about Low Town, Holly Hall, a small mining hamlet built in the early 1800s which supplied labour to the Earl of Dudley's coalfields.

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  17. The view across the Black Country from Barrow Hill in 1948Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    THIS spectacular view of the Black Country has been passed on to us by the Woodside Memory and History Group. It was taken by their long-serving member Les Gregory, who celebrates his 90th birthday on Friday, June 10. 68 years ago, in 1948, Les was standing on the summit of Barrow Hill in Dudley when he took his photograph, looking across Pensnett and Fens Pool towards the Round Oak steelworks.

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  18. The view from Barrow Hill in 1948Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    THIS spectacular view of the Black Country has been passed on to us by the Woodside Memory and History Group. It was taken by their long-serving member Les Gregory, who celebrates his 90th birthday on Friday, June 10. 68 years ago, in 1948, Les was standing on the summit of Barrow Hill in Dudley when he took his photograph, looking across Pensnett and Fens Pool towards the Round Oak steelworks.

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  19. All change at Brierley Hill Grammar School for 1958 fifth formersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Black Country Bugle

    I AM enclosing a short piece of information together with a few photos of Brierley Hill Grammar School back in the 1950s which may be of interest to your readers. As fifth formers then, we had shared our secondary education together, albeit in two, small classes, and now it was time for goodbyes.

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  20. Top Dudley Labour councillors join Leave campaign as EU referendum nearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    Councillors John Martin and Richard Body are among a small group of borough Labour politicians publicly putting themselves at odds with the party's official line to campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union. Cllr Martin, who represents Brockmoor and Pensnett and serves as Dudley Council's cabinet member for corporate transformation and performance, told the News: "I'm voting out.

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