Monthly Archives: September 2011

New play area on Common opens

Pelsall’s £70,000 improved play area on the Common has reopened after a month-long revamp. Work started on Pelsall Common play area in the middle of August and reopened yesterday. As well as the new features, which include logs and landscaping, Contractor Jack … Continue reading

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Flasher targets gran and granddaughter

POLICE are appealing for help to trace a flasher who exposed himself to an elderly woman and her granddaughter in Pelsall last week.   The incident happened in the alleyway leading from Wolverhampton Road to Clarendon Place on Friday, September … Continue reading

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Weekend of activities in Pelsall

There are plenty of activities going on in Pelsall this weekend: St Michael’s Church, Hall Lane, is holding a family discovery day on Saturday, September 24, between 2.30-4pm, where youngsters are invited to follow a church trail and take part … Continue reading

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Cuddle a creepy crawlie at Pelsall Hall

Pelsall Hall is holding a sponsored cuddle at the weekend to raise money for the Rotary Shoebox Appeal. Staff, residents and their families, as well as members of the public are being invited to cuddle a creepy crawlie, snake, African … Continue reading

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New library will have self-service terminals

The new Pelsall Library will have self-service terminals, it has been revealed. It will be one of seven main libraries across the borough that will allow library users to check their own books in and out. They are also being … Continue reading

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Showcase success

The creativity of the people of Pelsall was celebrated on Saturday (10th September) at a special event at the village Methodist Church, writes Vickie Heydon-Matterface. Local businesses, services, community groups and performance groups came together to display a variety of … Continue reading

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Pelsall could be part of Walsall North constituency

Aldridge-Brownhills parliamentary constituency, to which Pelsall belongs, could disappear under new Boundary Commissions plans. Under cost-cutting proposals, the number of parliamentary constituencies could be cut from 650 to 600. It means Walsall would lose one MP and the bulk of … Continue reading

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Arts and crafts event at St Michael’s Church

An art and craft exhibition is taking place at St Michael’s Church later this week. The annual churches event will see exhibitors from across the area selling their artwork and crafts. It takes place on Saturday, September 17, from 10am-6pm and Sunday, … Continue reading

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Dog goes missing – update

The owner of a dog that went missing today from Pelsall is urging villagers to look out for his pet. Kevin The dog, called Kevin, has not been seen since he left the house in Norbury Avenue this afternoon. His … Continue reading

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