Monthly Archives: January 2013

Pelsall Cricket Club junior nets to start again

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Area Partnership Meeting this week

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Half term activities in Pelsall

There are plenty of activities planned for the February half term holiday. Walsall Council’s Integrated Young People’s Support Services has published the events happening in the borough for children aged nine upwards (up to 19-year-olds).

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Councillors seek to reassure villagers over bridge plans

Pelsall councillors have sought to reassure villagers about plans to consult on de-registering common land so that an application to build a new bridge can go ahead. Councillors Marco Longhi, Garry Perry and Oliver Bennett said they were working with Walsall Council Transportation … Continue reading

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Civic Society says new bridge would be ‘disastrous’ for Pelsall

The chair of Pelsall Civic Society has condemned plans to build a new bridge in the village. Andrew Weller said the project would be “disastrous” for the village. As reported yesterday, Walsall planners are seeking approval from councillors so that … Continue reading

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Public to be consulted about loss of common land for new bridge

Some common land in Pelsall could disappear as part of plans to build a new bridge linking the village with Norton Canes. Councillors are to be asked to approve local consultations over the de-registering 0.23ha of common land on North … Continue reading

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‘Aggressive bidding’ for Pelsall railway sign

A rare 1920s totem sign from Pelsall Railway Station has fetched more than £1,000 at auction. The enamel 3ft long sign, painted in London Midland maroon, fetched £1,100 – far more than the original £500 reserve price. The sign – … Continue reading

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