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Tag Archives: Jamie Bailey
Here’s a good one for those of you who, like me, enjoy a really good Christmas fair with Santa and all the festive stuff going on – a great event at Millfield School, Catshill, Brownhills this evening. Today,Friday 30th December … Continue reading →
Here’s a good one for those of you who, like me, enjoy a really good Christmas fair with Santa and all the festive stuff going on – a great event at Millfield School, Catshill, Brownhills this Friday Evening.
My attention has been drawn to a spate of van break-ins in the Norton Canes area of late – friend of the blog Jamie Bailey contacted me this morning and asked me to run the following appeal by his friend, Leane Woolley:
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One thing I’d like to do more of here is promote or profile local businesses – I think local traders, be they retail, craftspeople or professional services are hugely important to the local economy, and I think it would be nice to promote them more where possible.
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You’ll all know I’m keen to support local community organisations, clubs and schools where I can – such things are vital to the social life of the town and help folks get together and make things better for all of us.