A Tamworth family have finally received the news they had been waiting for - ever since finding out their son had survived the Nepal earthquake.
Firefighters in Tamworth have teamed up with the county's NHS Trust to offer greater support for the visually impaired.
A wildlife event held at Tamworth's newest nature reserve exceeded the expectations of organisers with more than 30 visitors going along to spot a rare flower.
TAMWORTH voters will have a chance to grill the town's five parliamentary candidates at a hustings event hosted by Tamworth Covenanting Churches this week.
A fan of the popular Grand Theft Auto V video game has recreated the original trailer using in-game footage and expert editing skills, from his home in Tamworth.
A READER has contacted Tamworth Informed this morning after having his bike stolen from his shed over the weekend.
A revolution in mobile technology takes to the streets of the county today (27 April) and will get police out in their communities and more available to local people than ever before.
POLIICE are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision on the A38 at Fradley this morning.
STAFFORDSHIRE police have issued a warning to residents after several incidents in the past month where a man posing as a parcel delivery driver has tricked residents into giving their card details.
Rehearsals for one of the biggest and most ambitious outdoor performances of dance, acrobatics and music ever to be seen in Tamworth are now in full swing, including on location in the Castle Grounds.
RON Ball, Police and Crime Commissioner for both Atherstone and Coleshill, has pledged 1,500 towards tackling cross-border retail crime using innovative technology.
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Drayton Manor memories have come flooding in and we have selected our favourite ten, each of which wins a family day out at the theme park.
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Lambs boss Andy Morrell was delighted to end the Conference North season with a win.
Tamworth FC boss Andy Morrell praised striker Leon Mettam after his double in the 5-0 win over Hyde.
This evening will see the County Cup roadshow return to Brocton FC when Sporting Khalsa take on Eccleshall Eagles in the county Youth U15's Sunday Cup Final.
Last night saw Walsall FC recover from 3-1 behind at the Bank’s Stadium to claim their first Walsall Senior Cup victory since 1927.
Former Tamworth FC boss Gary Mills is a manager in demand.
Stoke City Girls Centre of Excellence are pleased to announce the trial dates for the new season.
Lambs legend Dale Belford has spoken of his 'immense pride' after goalkeeping sons Tyrell and Cameron were named in Swindon Town's 16-man squad for the League One clash with Preston on Saturday.
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Fraudsters have set up a bogus website claiming to be the official site of National Savings Investments and are contacting members of the public, cold calling them and offering them the chance to invest in 65+ Bonds (also known as Pensioner Bonds).
Tamworth’s Neighbourhood Watch has issued the following alert after a blind lady was conned.
James Anderson surpassed Sir Ian Botham as England’s highest Test wicket-taker in history with his 384th dismissal in his 100th match.
To mark the 70th Anniversary of VE Day, The Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, has issued the following statement: “On VE Day 1945 millions of people across the UK shared an unprecedented moment of ...
Over 3,750 vehicles have been seized by Staffordshire Police officers in a landmark crackdown on car insurance dodgers.
The number of people across Staffordshire claiming job seekers allowance now stands at just one per cent of the county population, well below the national and regional figures.
Daniel Dalton MEP Daniel Dalton MEP has been named Conservative in the European Parliament.
Inaugural regional journalism student awards announced.
St George’s Day – Tamworth Castle Grounds Only a vote for the Conservative Party in Tamworth on May 7th will guarantee the town’s free outdoor events will continue.
Dig-iT is extremely proud to announce that we received a ' BE Tamworth ' award from Mayor Richard Kingstone on 8th April.
Thanks to Conservative controlled Staffordshire County Council, thousands of Staffordshire’s three and four year olds are set to get extra help and support.
We still have places left on our puppet workshop on Saturday 18th April at the One Stop Community Centre, Kerria Road, Amington.
The ventriloquist Keith Harris, famous for his green bird puppet companion Orville the Duck, has died of cancer, aged 67.
Hamish was put on bow hauling duties as we cruised off below Tom Rolt’s Bridge, then under the lift bridge for the use of the water tap.
Coming down our last lock as we drew near to Banbury we noticed that a HUGE warehouse had been erected since we passed here last time.
An earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 7.8 struck Nepal near the capital of Kathmandu on 25 April.
Asusual, let's look at the polls: Conservatives 34% Labour 33% UKIP 13% Lib Dems 9% Green Party 5% A littlefluctuation but generally we have a rather static picture before us - all the more reason to come and ask questions and get ...
This morning I woke to find some conversations on the internet regarding aid and Nepal in particular.
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When it comes to the Eucharist I have to say that aside from the old joke which asks who in their right mind would go out to a place that takes over thirty minutes to stick bread and wine on the table it seems there is often little to laugh about.
That's right - a signer (not a singer like the predictive text wants me to book apparently)! One of the important things in life is to be inclusive and this means that as we come to This Thursday's Hustings we are not only wheelchairaccessible (or '...
Think Fairy Tales… And Love at First Sight… And Obstacles Overcome… And Rags to Riches… And Happy Ever After… Patricia Brent, Spinster , by Herbert George Jenkins , is all these, and is one of the most delightful books I’ve read this ...
Christina Rossetti, Poet, 1894 Psalm 103 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me bless his holy name.
As we come to the fourth Sunday of Easter wefind ourselves withprobably the most familiar Psalm there is, Psalm 23 (The Lord's my Shepherd) - thanks to the fact that it features in most funeral services.
A few things were bought from Cropredy Stores then we went around to browse the Antiques that occupy one of the small units nearby, very interesting it was too.
Tess, Groomed by Shauna at Mutley Makeovers Tess is a beautiful black English Cocker Spaniel.
When we honestly ask ourselves which person in our lives mean the most to us, we often find that it is those who, instead of giving advice, solutions, or cures, have chosen rather to share our pain and touch our wounds with a warm and tender hand.
HUDSONIAN GODWIT (adult summer) Shapwick Heath NNR, Somerset.
After spending a couple of superb days here we moved on past Fenny Compton Wharf where we saw the small, but beautiful boat ‘Poppy’.
Work to help students with autism at a Lichfield school has been aided by a £500 donation.
WINDOWS manufacturer Epwin Group has posted a positive set of annual results - its first since floating on AIM last year.
TAMWORTH-based peer to peer lender ThinCats has reported that it has broken the £100m lending barrier.
SPEEDY, the tools, equipment and plant hire services company, has opened a national distribution centre (NDC) in Tamworth which is says will revolutionise the way it operates.
BIRMINGHAM developer St Modwen has submitted a detailed planning application to extend Centurion Park in Tamworth.
DRAYTON Manor Theme Park is set to expand one of its most popular visitor attractions as part of a £2.5m investment.
TAMWORTH-based peer to peer lender ThinCats has announced an underwriting deal with ESO Capital Group.
BIRMINGHAM property consultancy GVA has completed the sale of 162 acres of land at Dunstall Lane, near Tamworth in Staffordshire.
Worcestershire PR and marketing agency grows team to work on clients such as Drayton Manor and Bovis...
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Loads of litter around the waste bin next to footpath which goes from the Kerria area down past the end of Juniper Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Juniper, Amington Report on FixMyStreet...
Response by Tamworth Borough Council to James Carter on 14 April 2015 .
Request sent to Tamworth Borough Council by James Carter on 13 April 2015 .
Reported to me by residents in Lyon Drive and Lindores Road Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Tamworth Report on FixMyStreet...
A chair dumped near the footpath between Clematis and Abelia , Report on FixMyStreet...
A 61-acre site in Tamworth – which is only one of two areas in Staffordshire where a rare flower grows wild – is to officially become Tamworth’s sixth Local Nature Reserve.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision on the A38 at Fradley this morning.
We’re issuing a warning to residents after several incidents in the past month where a man posing as a parcel delivery driver has tricked residents into giving their card details.
Officers from Tamworth were called on to rescue a woman from the canal in Tamworth yesterday (Tuesday).
We’re issuing a warning after a large quantity of controlled drugs were stolen during a burglary at Siswick Pharmacy in Masefield Drive, Tamworth.
We’re appealing for help to locate jewellery and a Dell lap top which were stolen during a burglary in Lichfield Road, Hopwas, near Tamworth.
Partnerships Against Business Crime in Staffordshire (PABCIS) is an innovative concept in the world of tackling business crime and is at the forefront of the fight against crime and disorder affecting businesses in Staffordshire across the...
The West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (WM ROCU) is a collaboration between the police forces of Staffordshire, West Midlands, West Mercia and Warwickshire to fight organised crime across the region.
Statement from Temporary Chief Constable Jane Sawyers in response to the determination of Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner on Operation KalmiaStaffordshire Police: Tamworth Borough 18 Mar
Temporary Chief Constable Jane Sawyers: “I welcome the determination the Police and Crime Commissioner has reached and remain grateful for the support family, friends and colleagues have given me during the investigation.
The National Police Counter Terrorism Network and partners have rolled out the next phase of an awareness raising campaign designed to reach out to families, to help prevent young people travelling to Syria.
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