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Sedgley Beacon Blind Centre Secures ‘Social Enterprise’ Double Award

One of the region’s best-known charities was the major winner at this year’s Social Enterprise West Midlands Awards after its pioneering new venture secured a ‘double triumph’. 618 more words


Black Country History Goes Digital in Sedgley Local History Society Talk

Keen photographers in Sedgley can get a fascinating insight into the history of the Black Country when the new season of talks from Sedgley Local History Society begins this Thursday, September 10th. 112 more words


Alleged Ancestry of William Brinton of Staffordshire

A few searches on Google return several theories on the ancestry of William Brinton. Without heavy digging, though, it is hard to determine who is correct. 497 more words


Creative Black Country Brings Arts to Sedgley

Artists and performers in Sedgley can showcase their talents as part of an exciting new project launching soon.

Creative Black Country is a new Arts Council England funded project bringing the best in high quality performance and visual arts from around the world to the region showcasing the finest the region has to offer. 269 more words


Bilston Rationing Scheme

Because of the naval blockade in 1917, rationing of sugar, and later meat, butter, cheese and margarine was introduced in 1918. At Wolverhampton Archives we have a… 230 more words

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Black Country friends say ‘Balls to Cancer’ with 62.5 mile challenge

Four friends from the Black Country have completed a once in a lifetime challenge this weekend and raised over £6,500 for a local charity in the process. 409 more words