Please come along and enjoy on Saturday 1st May in the Moor Centre between 11.00am – 3.00pm we are holding a May Day Celebration. Tree Dressing for the children who will be able to dress the trees on the Moor Centre with a Pagan ritual at the end of the day. Maypole dancing, Face Painting and Balloon […]
Tuesday saw local residents being given their chance to have a say on parking issues in Brierley Hill town centre when the Community Forum’s open meeting met at Bank Street Methodist Church. Those attending the meeting heard that the introduction of car park charging at Merry Hill was, for legal reasons, some time off. But […]
Around 20 traders, agents and stakeholders in Brierley Hill Town Centre had their chance to express their views on their town at a workshop in the town organised by Dudley Council. Key themes which were identified by the workshop included the need for improved transport and parking, better safety and more investment in the area.
To celebrate storytelling week come to the library to listen to fun stories and make you own Tiger Mask. This event is for children aged 3-8 years and will take place on Saturday 30th January at 2.30pm. Get your FREE ticket from the counter downstairs. Meanwhile EVERY Saturday and Sunday from 11.00 – 11.30am there […]
Author Nell Dixon, winner of Romantic Novelists’ Association Romance Prize 2007 for her book Marrying Max will be talking about her books and her writing at Brierley Hill Library on Wednesday 3rd February 2010 from 10.30 am. Based in the Black Country, Nell writes romantic fiction with a mix of humour and suspense. Her books […]
The National Youth Theatre has confirmed that it will continue to work in Brierley Hill, its first regional centre, following pilot projects over the last three years. Speaking at a meeting of Brierley Hill Town Centre Partnership Alexa Cruickshank, general manager of the National Youth Theatre said: “Brierley Hill was the first regional centre for […]
Please note: this is NOT an NHS website. Please do NOT leave personal information in the comments section. Partners behind Brierley Hill’s new health and social care centre scooped their fourth award in December when Dudley Future Skills awarded it the “Partnership of the Year” accolade at an awards ceremony at the Savoy Centre, Netherton. […]
Over 17000 (seventeen thousand) people attended this year’s festival of Water and Light at the Waterfront. Organisers, Dudley MBC, have now fixed the date for next years event: 3rd October 2010. The key theme will be “Pop Groups Over The Decades”.
At the Briers School, Bromley Lane, 7pm. Agenda and information can be found by clicking here.
Westfield Development Director, Neil Huntington, commented at the November meeting of Brierley Hill Township Partnership that Westfield is eager to press on with its plans to expand the Merry Hill Shopping Centre.