Staffordshire news and blogs Sunday 24 June 2018
Advanced
Careimages website hosting sponsor

 

Stourbridge News 

2624 stories

RSS feed for Stourbridge News 

 

News
Shock as Stourbridge groups fail to bid for community fund cash 

11 Nov 14

ORGANISERS of a Stourbridge community fund were left dumbfounded when no groups came forward to apply for cash.


News
Stourbridge cricketers bowled over thanks to £40,000 grant to revamp clubhouse 

10 Nov 14

A STOURBRIDGE cricket club has been bowled over after being handed a £40,000 grant to improve their existing facilities.


News
Veterans honour fallen soldiers at Remembrance parades across Stourbridge 

10 Nov 14

VETERANS and members of the public turned out in force to remember fallen soldiers at Remembrance services across the Stourbridge area yesterday Sunday (November 9).


News
Will Aid scheme becomes victim of own success 

10 Nov 14

WILL Aid has proved so popular with a firm of Stourbridge solicitors that it has now become a victim of its own success.


News
Sparks fly at annual Himley bonfire 

10 Nov 14

HIMLEY bonfire and fireworks event went off with a bang at the weekend.


News
Stourbridge church to stage first-ever Christmas tree festival 

10 Nov 14

A STOURBRIDGE church is staging its first-ever Christmas Tree Festival later this month.


News
Dudley cancer charity’s delight at £3,000 windfall 

9 Nov 14

A DUDLEY based charity couldn’t hide its delight after winning a local Lloyds Bank Community Award.


News
Circus show to entertain disabled youngsters in Brierley Hill 

9 Nov 14

BLACK Country businesses are being urged to dig deep and give vulnerable and disabled children and their families the opportunity to see a world-class circus show.


News
Final preparations underway for Himley bonfire 

7 Nov 14

FINAL preparations are taking place ahead of the Himley Park bonfire tomorrow night (Saturday November 8).


News
Green-fingered Stourbridge students honoured with Bloom award 

7 Nov 14

GREEN-FINGERED Stourbridge students with disabilities picked up an award for helping the town to blossom ahead of this year’s In Bloom campaign.


News
Food hamper offer for Stourbridge pensioners in need 

7 Nov 14

AN appeal has been launched to find elderly Stourbridge people in need who would benefit from a free food hamper.


News
Autumn walk will allow people to discover Dudley 

7 Nov 14

FAMILIES can take part in a free walking event in Dudley on Sunday (November 9).


News
Dedicated poppy collector helps Merry Hill store mark its 20th year of supporting RBL 

6 Nov 14

A QUARRY Bank poppy collector will take centre stage at Sainsbury’s Merry Hill as the retailer marks its 20th year supporting The Royal British Legion.


News
Questions asked as “priceless” painting of Brierley Hill war hero vanishes 

6 Nov 14

CIVIC leaders in Brierley Hill are up in arms after discovering a priceless painting of a town war hero has gone missing.


News
Stourbridge venue to host disability arts festival 

5 Nov 14

A MINI festival showcasing the talents of disabled artists through music, performance, comedy and film will take place at Stourbridge’s Glasshouse Arts Centre later this month.


News
Fizzogs to bring dancing grannies back to Stourbridge for Children in Need 

5 Nov 14

BLACK Country comedy group The Fizzogs are joining forces with music combo The Empty Can to raise money for Children In Need.


News
Sparks set to fly at Stourbridge Rugby Club bonfire 

5 Nov 14

SPARKS will be flying at Stourbridge Rugby Club for their annual bonfire and fireworks display on Saturday November 8.


News
Service to provide help for those near crisis point at Merry Hill 

5 Nov 14

HELP will soon be at hand for troubled borough residents when a Community Information Point opens its doors at Merry Hill.


News
Permit scheme underway at Stourbridge tip 

4 Nov 14

BOROUGH residents are being reminded of a new van and trailer permit scheme at a Stourbridge household waste recycling centre.


News
Wall Heath school to reopen after water leak 

4 Nov 14

A WALL Heath school that was forced to shut due to a water leak will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday).


News
Stourbridge artist brightens up library with murals 

4 Nov 14

A STOURBRIDGE artist has brightened up her local library by creating four colourful murals to adorn the walls.


News
Dudley Council approves plan for 350 new borough homes 

4 Nov 14

DUDLEY Council is planning a major new house building project to create 350 new homes across the borough.


News
Brierley Hill teen attacked former girlfriend 

4 Nov 14

A BRIERLEY Hill teenager who sat on his former girlfriend before kicking her has been sent to a young offenders institution for 24 weeks.


News
Merry Hill store lends its support to Children in Need 

4 Nov 14

YOUNGSTERS can get a their hands on a new cuddly chum while supporting Children in Need at a Merry Hill store.


News
Stourbridge vintage fair celebrates first birthday 

3 Nov 14

A VINTAGE fair that has been bringing the glamour of the yesteryear to Stourbridge is celebrating its first birthday.