DUDLEY’S HMV store is continuing to fight off the threat of closure.
BROCKMOOR and Pensnett councillors have joined the fight against plans to build a new £40million recycling centre in Brierley Hill.
PLANS to build a £40million energy recovery centre on a disused railway site in Brierley Hill look set to go before council planners in the spring.
SHOPPERS and workers at Merry Hill raised more than £4,000 over the festive season for the centre’s charity partner Save the Children.
PREVIOUSLY unseen old photographs of Brierley Hill feature in a new book about the town’s history and the decline of its traditional industries.
After a number of years and lots learned the Brierley Hill Project is going through a major restructure. BHP is growing from: a staff dependent, people-centred model measured by the popularity of sessions, to an outcome-centred model measured by progress in people who access the services. We will keep you updated as things progress and look forward to launching a new website in the middle of October with all you need to know on there. Thanks for all of your support!!
BRIERLEY Hill Musical Theatre Society is desperately seeking a tricycle for use in its forthcoming production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.
SHOPPERS can pick up a free cholesterol test with their groceries at two borough supermarkets.
HUNDREDS of shoppers flocked to Merry Hill’s spring fashion event to find out what’s on trend this season.
In March we welcomed Wendy Fryatt of the Black Country Foodbank, another speaker well worth considering, who gave a comprehensive illustrated talk about the way the Foodbank in the Black Country
operates. The organisation helps vulnerable individuals and families in crisis through the provision of 3 days emergency food supplies issued on production of a voucher received from social
services or a doctor’s surgery etc., while a long term solution is developed. The foodbank runs entirely on donations.