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Wordsley

Reassurance given to residents after two knifepoint robberies during the weekend

Reassurance given to residents after two knifepoint robberies during the weekend

Councillor Paul Brothwood said he is concerned about the rise of graffiti and litter around Randall Close.

Wordsley councillor to hold litter pick this Sunday

Margot James, MP for Stourbridge.

Stourbridge MP recognises GCSE pupils' hard work

Knights to patrol Red House Glass Cone event this weekend

Knights to patrol Red House Glass Cone event this weekend

Wordsley man charged following 'revenge porn' claim

Wordsley man charged following 'revenge porn' claim

Wordsley's Red House Glass Cone host a number of children's activities throughout the month.

Museum activities continue across Dudley borough this summer

Darren Bassett - before and after

Wordsley man Darren Bassett sheds six stone in weight loss challenge

Black Country golfers raise £3.4k for brain tumour charities

Black Country golfers raise £3.4k for brain tumour charities

Wordsley History Society

Stourbridge charcoal artist Emma Safe is one of 20 hopefuls shortlisted for IN:SIGHT 2015. Photo by David Glauso

Stourbridge artist shortlisted for IN:SIGHT 2015

Mac Scott receiving the donation from Jean Hughes with Dudley Olympians Jamie Rosookh, Megan Griffiths and Karl Nutting, and Lively Ladies Sheila Parrott, Janet Yates, Maxine Baker, Sue Taylor and Janet Wood.

Dudley Special Olympics team get keep fit funding boost

Wordsley's Red House Glass Cone hosts a number of JAM activities this summer.

JAM club continues at museums across the borough

Travel back to the 1940s at Wordsley's Red House Glass Cone

Travel back to the 1940s at Wordsley's Red House Glass Cone

Eight-year-old Thea Hunt, of Wordsley, has been announced as English Heritage's first ever Child Executive Officer at Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire. Photo: David Parry/PA Wire

Wordsley eight-year-old named country's youngest CEO

Photo courtesy of West Midlands Fire Service (@FireBrierley).

Collision in Wordsley High Street leaves car on its roof

Wordsley Street Watch patrollers Cath Hemingsley, Jane Caddock, Ruth Page, Cathryn Bayton and Councillor Derrick Hemingsley, were joined by PCSO Andy Omand and PCSO James Keeley.

Street Watch group to tackle Wordsley's anti-social behaviour

Fifty metre stretch of Stourbridge Canal drained after lock left open

Fifty metre stretch of Stourbridge Canal drained after lock left open

Broadfield House Glass Museum will host a variety of activities for children this summer.

JAM packed schedule of summer museum events for Dudley youngsters begin this weekend

Wordsley Labour councillor Derrick Hemingsley has raised concerns about the decision to move 91 Dudley Council workers to the Mere Education Centre.

Wordsley councillor concerned about staff move from Mary Stevens Park to the Mere Education Centre

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Helena Young, of Belle Vue Primary School, accepting her Reading Recovery Teacher of the Year Award from Professor Michael Arthur, provost of UCL.

Wordsley educator picks up Teacher of the Year award

Stourbridge author David Massey named school's Patron of Reading

Stourbridge author David Massey named school's Patron of Reading

Cllr Derrick Hemingsley with group members Joseph Wells, Alan Guest, Toby Riley, Matthew Monger, Ruby Casey, Martin Hollis, Emily Casey and James Banks.

Dudley children join together for Wordsley safe cycling morning

Nicola Moore meeting Ali Campbell and Astro from UB40

Brave Black Country mum Nicola Moore loses cancer battle two months after meeting UB40 idol

Wordsley M Townswomen's Guild

Councillor Derrick Hemingsley handing over his petition to Cllr Hilary Bills on the steps of Dudley Council House.

Petition handover to help reduce a Wordsley school road's speed limit

Fairhaven Under Fives Centre's Kate Hale, front, celebrates the 'outstanding' Ofsted report with staff Karen Dainty, Sarah Fradley, Sue Garbutt, Julie Webb and centre youngsters. 241515L

Wordsley under fives centre celebrates 'outstanding' Ofsted report

Dudley South Ladies Luncheon

Kingswinford and Wordsley residents are invited to a coffee morning to help contribute to the libraries future.

Kingswinford and Wordsley libraries on the search for new friends

Stourbridge schools take borough maths champ titles

Stourbridge schools take borough maths champ titles

Wordsley Councillor Paul Brothwood wants to help remove the graffiti which is present on the canal towpath in Wordsley. 241518L

Rise in graffiti angers Wordsley residents

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The Talbot Hotel general manager Shaun Melson, centre, celebrates the Stourbridge High Street pub's first ever wedding with happy couple Brian Heathcock and Catherine Jenner. 231504L

Wordsley couple first ever to get married in iconic Stourbridge hotel

Glassblowing will be demonstated in the hot glass studio from noon until 3.30pm at the Red House Glass Cone’s June craft fayre.

Fun for all the family at June fayre in Wordsley

Members of the Knit and Natter group who have been busy making bunting for the anniversary

Wordsley Community Association to celebrate 75th anniversary

Audiovisual exhibition launched the Wordsley's glass cone

Audiovisual exhibition launched the Wordsley's glass cone

Wordsley M Townswomen's Guild

Wordsley Gentle Exercise

British Glass Biennale curator Matt Durran with one of the pieces on display at the exhibition which runs until June 28.

Stourbridge's International Festival of Glass hailed a 'resounding success'

Dudley Councillor Dave Branwood is encouraging Wordsley residents to have a free home assessment.

Service aims to keep older people safe and well in Wordsley

Harry Morgan's winning Entropy Study 3 piece in The London Glassblowers Award for Emerging Talent category. Photo by Simon Bruntnell.

Emerging talent rewarded at this year's British Glass Biennale

Glass artist Allister Malcolm with the celebrity doodles, including one from Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant, which will be turned in glass during the festival. 221502L

International Festival of Glass begins its four-day extravaganza in Stourbridge

Wordsley family tells of heartache after burglary

Wordsley family tells of heartache after burglary

Volunteer Adrian Horton holding a find from the Ruskin excavation.

Borough residents can have their glass identified at festival

Poetry to feature at Stourbridge's International Festival of Glass

Poetry to feature at Stourbridge's International Festival of Glass

Elisabeth Johnson, coordinator of the Festival of Glass, with a collection of the glass postcards which will be on display at the Ruskin Glass Centre. 221504L

Wall of glass postcards to wow visitors at the International Festival of Glass

West Midlands Police has released these images of a man they suspect of carrying out a burglary on a Wordsley house.

Images released of suspected Wordsley jewellery burglar

Allister Malcolm with the celebrity doodles, including one from Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant, which will be turned in glass during the festival. 221502L

Celebrity doodles to be immortalised in glass during Stourbridge's International Festival

A piece of Hungarian glass art entitled I am flying in my dream, by Margit Toth, will be on display in the Cutting Edge exhibition.

Renowned Hungarian artists to display work at Stourbridge's International Festival of Glass

David Nightingale, last works manager at Royal Doulton Crystal, with the original Churchill bust.

Historic Winston Churchill bust returns to Stourbridge for glass festival

Former glassblowers, now Glasshouse College tutors Dave Fellows and Roger Holloway, with Wren's Nest limestone, Bohemian silica and one of the finished globes.

Groups will be forever blowing bubbles at International Festival of Glass

The first set of knitted squares that have been donated to the blanket project.

Volunteer knitters needed for Wordsley charity project

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