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Volunteers needed for this week’s Big Spring Clean

The Big Spring Clean is set to continue this week in Walsall – and volunteers are being asked to help in Pelsall. The second half of the six-week project will see local groups, residents and Walsall Council come together to … Continue reading

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Don Goodman to be guest at sportsman’s evening

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Food bank to open in Pelsall

Pelsall will soon have its own food bank, after local churches joined forces with the Trussell Trust to provide the service. The North Walsall Food Bank is expected to open later this month or early February at Pelsall Methodist Church … Continue reading

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LGBT panto to be staged in Pelsall

An adult-only pantomime is to be performed in Pelsall by a new Walsall-based LGBT group.  BENT productions, an amateur based LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transsexual) theatre group, has written their own pantomime titled A-Lad’in Tights. The pantomime is the … Continue reading

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Record-breaking year for former Walsall mayor

Pelsall councillor Garry Perry raised a record amount of money for local good causes when he was Walsall mayor. He managed to raise £41,644.36 during his 2011/12 term and held a special cheque presentation event at The Holiday Inn this … Continue reading

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Jo Jingles classes to start in village

Musical toddlers and their parents can enjoy new Jo Jingles sessions that are to be launched in Pelsall next month. (pdf: jo jingles) Former nursery nurse Sarah Breeze is starting Jo Jingles Music and Movement classes on September 10 at the … Continue reading

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Balloon race to be held in memory of Pelsall man

A balloon race is being held on Pelsall Common tomorrow (Sunday, January 29) to commemorate the birthday of a villager who died last year. Jacky Hudson is organising the event on what would have been Jeffrey Bluck’s birthday. He died … Continue reading

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Pelsall Village pupils at Staffords homecoming parade

Pupils from Pelsall Village School entertained the Mayor of Walsall’s guests before the homecoming parade of 3rd Battalion the Mercian Regiment (The Staffords) on Thursday. They joined hundreds of people who lined the streets to give a warm Walsall welcome … Continue reading

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Sponsored walk honours mum hours after she dies

More than 100 parents and children took part in a sponsored walk this morning in Pelsall, just hours after the woman who inspired the event died from secondary breast cancer. Local mum Sharon Tyler, aged 34, died in the early … 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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