BEREAVED relatives can remember their lost loved ones this Christmas by sponsoring a light and attending a carol service in Brierley Hill next month.
BOROUGH bodybuilders will be flexing their muscles in Brierley Hill this weekend.
ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH
INVITES YOU TO A COFFEE AND MINCE PIE MORNING
IN THE CHURCH ROOMS
ON SATURDAY 5TH DECEMBER 2009
10.00 A.M. – 1.00 P.M.
Tea, Coffee and Chat
Tombola, Cakes, Gifts Stall
BRING OLD FRIENDS – and
MAKE NEW FRIENDS OVER A CUPPA
You are invited to a meeting of the Brierley Hill Civic Society to take place at 5.30pm on Monday 16th November 2009 at St Michael’s Church, Brierley Hill.
Please note: Steve Greaves from Dudley College will open up the former Glass Centre in Moor Street at 4.30pm prior to the meeting to give us a chance to take photographs, look around, inspect etc. All welcome to attend! Meet at the Glass Centre.
We have Santa, Bob Cratchett and Marley who juggle and stiltwalk, Fun Fair Rides, Face Painting and Balloon Modelling, Bouncy Castle Reindeers and The Falconry Centre Entertainment from Local schools and Community Groups Event is between 4.00pm – 6.00pm . Lets hope for good weather and a goodtime !
This year’s Brierley Hill remembrance service will take place at St Michael’s Church Brierley Hill on Sunday 8th November. Laying of the wreaths will take place at the war memorial with people being asked to gather at 10.45 for the ceremony.
AGM of the Friends of Marsh Park is to be held on Wednesday 28th October 2009 at St Michael’s Church Brierley Hill, commencing at 7.00 pm. Anyone who is interested in the development of this lovely Park and the nearby Lawyer’s Field is welcome to attend, and hopefully be willing to join the Friends’ group.d
Inspired by ‘King Bladud’s Pigs’ sculpture trail in Bath 2008 (www. kingbladudspigs.org), the Brierley Hill Arts and Culture Development Group is launching a similar trail in and around Brierley Hill during summer 2010. This will be a huge event for Brierley Hill and will encourage visitors to take a fresh look at the area, encompassing usual and unusual venues and locations – inspiring exploration! Continue reading Brierley Hill Pony Trail 2010 – new arts project
Christopher Thompson was raised in Wordsley and is a young and accomplished organist with an imaginative and versatile flair. Probably no Bach. A few hymn tunes – worked-over! Lots of show tunes, easy listening and fun music. All welcome. Plate to defray costs, but essentially FREE. Come and bring your friends. Via Bell Street South and DY5 3AA for SatNav users. Parking in churchyard.