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Category Archives: Social Media
Here’s a great one for all those folks who are into football – I know there are a good few of you who read the blog – there’s a great night organised next Wednesday evening (6th October 2014) by ‘The Trust’ – more properly known as the Walsall Football Supporters Society.
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Walsall Wood FC disappointed Bill Shaw and all the home crowd yesterday afternoon (27th September 2014), as they conceded defeat to Coleshill Town FC in a match where yet again, the quality of official decisions was questionable.
[caption id="attachment_20417" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Wood on the attack… Image kindly supplied by David Evans.[/caption] Continue reading →
Your chance to support Walsall Wood at home against Coleshill Town today!
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Way back on the 13th August 2014, I published a very sad appeal from the Walsall Council Environmental Health Team who were attempting to locate any remaining family of Michael Syrett, who died a few days earlier.
Kate Cardigan Gomez, irrepressible wonder behind Lichfield Lore has organised a walk and tour around the remains of the incredible Fisherwick Park estate with her other project, Lichfield Discovered – it takes place tomorrow, Saturday 27th September 2014.
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Following the recent interest in the Red, White and Blue pub in Springhill, near Sandhills, the wonderful Gareth Thomas from Lichfield District Council has been true to his word and gifted some fascinating aerial imagery of the area, and south to Mill Green and Aldridge.
This is just a note to flag up a remarkable piece of writing by ex-Walsall resident, blogger and new dad Rich Johnstone, a chap who I’ve always found to be an excellent writer, thoroughly decent human and good online pal.
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