A MOTORIST had a lucky escape after a car flipped on its side following a two-vehicle smash.
A BUSY commuter route has been closed after a three-car crash in Tamworth.
WORK to transform the Philip Dix Centre in Corporation Street into the new Tamworth Enterprise Centre is almost complete – with the TEC due to open in April.
PARENTS from across Tamworth are invited to Ankerside Shopping Centre this Thursday as the ever-popular Yummy Mummy Club returns to the centre.
VINTAGE entertainment company Revival Live UK is launching its new vocal and performance academy, Riverside Studios, in Kingsbury mid-March.
CAREFUL coordination of works to support a major new homes development in Tamworth will mean a big reduction in the number of roadworks and less disruption for people and businesses.
A 39-year-old man has been charged with terrorism offences and will appear before Westminster Magistrates Court Today, Tuesday 21 February.
A GENTLEMAN who had rugby in his blood is how a Tamworth RUFC stalwart will be remembered by his friends and family after he died over the weekend.
THE Rotary Club of Tamworth are offering free blood pressure checks in Tamworth this weekend to help combat stroke.
MOTORISTS are being warned to expect delays as two weeks of roadworks get underway at a major roundabout in near Tamworth.
A POWERFUL campaign to tackle domestic abuse across Tamworth has been hailed as a big success, after more than 250 people came along to a drop-in awareness event.
MOVIE lovers are being invited to choose the films that are shown at this year’s Outdoor Cinema in Tamworth Castle Grounds, after a hugely successful sell-out event in 2016.
CELEBRATE the written word with authors, live comedy, theatre and more at Tamworth’s Literary Festival; this March! Tamworth Literary Festival comes to town between 3-11th Match to celebrate the written word.
A TAMWORTH man is all set to run the gruelling London Marathon to raise money for a poorly little girl.
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Tamworth Rugby Club Golf Day Friday 19th May 2017...
Sunday 19th February 2017 saw Staffordshire FA host the local disability heats of The FA People’s Cup which provided participants with the opportunity to later play at Wembley Stadium...
COLESHILL Town chairman Paul Billing says anything his side go on to achieve in the FA Vase now will be a bonus.
The FA is working with its Official Community Partner McDonald’s to celebrate grassroots football and create opportunities to play for all across England.
Coleshill Town will face South Shields in the semi-finals of the FA Vase.
TAMWORTH boss Andy Morrell says the Lambs need some of the senior players to take games by the 'scruff of the neck' and inspire the rest of the side.
BOSS Simon Lyons lauded the influence of returning defender Rob Evans as Coleshill Town relied on resolve to further their FA Vase dream.
TAMWORTH super-featherweight Josh Baillie says his new target is the English championship.
Careful coordination of works to support a major new homes development in Tamworth will mean a big reduction in the number of roadworks and less disruption for people and businesses.
Tamworth Borough Council is looking for an organisation or individual to help us with producing our Visitor Guide, potentially over the next 3 years.
Applications are open to become the UK’s first Small Business Commissioner – a high profile role supporting small businesses in payment disputes with their larger customers.
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Tamworth's MP Christopher Pincher has criticised opposition MPs who seek to disrupt or prevent Brexit as 'undemocratic and disrespectful'.
People Movers have announced a new bus service, the 9A, running between Tamworth and Hockley will start on Saturday 11th February.
Tamworth's MP Christopher Pincher has welcomed the Government's plans for a new modern 'Industrial Strategy' which aims to support businesses in Tamworth and around the country to grow and create more highly paid and skilled jobs.
Sir Robert Peel hospital Last Monday (16 Jan), I attended Staffordshire County Council’s Joint Health Scrutiny Accountability Session with Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and I have to say that I was very surprised not to see any opposition ...
F rom over 16,000 sites across the UK, the high quality and organisation of Keepers Road in Little Aston by Geoff Hale from Firstpost Homes in Tamworth has been celebrated as part of the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards.
Jaguar Land Rover has been fined after a worker lost their leg following a car accident.
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Tamworth's MP Christopher Pincher has welcomed new measures to transform the way we approach and deal with mental health so more children and young people receive support and care.
Psalm 77 I cry aloud to God; I cry aloud to God and he will hear me.
Psalm 73 Truly, God is loving to Israel, to those who are pure in heart.
Monday 20th February 2017 After a pretty inactive weekend I felt the need for a bit of a walk.
Once upon a time, in a land of volcanoes and dragons, lived a Viking Chief by the name of Trump the News Impaler.
Psalm 71 In you, O Lord, do I seek refuge; let me never be put to shame.
Three different churches and three different service styles ranging from BCP (Book of Common Prayer - 1662) through to Common Worship with a bit of something that drew largely upon the ASB (Alternative Service Book).
The Christian life is about discipline and love, the latter being so very popular, for who among us likes discipline? But this has been a week where discipline has cropped up in so many forms and guises and there're have been blessings, curses, ...
Psalm 68 Let God arise and let his enemies be scattered; let those that hate him flee before him.
What a stonking day with four visits done before Lunch! I love getting to meet and have a conversation, reminisce, and get to have Communion with people where they are.
Janani Luwum, Archbishop of Uganda, Martyr, 1977 Psalm 51 Have mercy on me, O God, in your great goodness; according to the abundance of your compassion blot out my offences.
Started well - got excited by the daily Office and even more so by the 09:30 Communion - then managed to sort a funeral a get a few home Communions under the belt before developing a bit of a strange headache/migraine which meant I moved a couple of ...
Psalm 56 Have mercy on me, O God, for they trample over me; all day long they assault and oppress me.
The night ended with a couple of hours of great conversation on the subject of evil and God's part and out response.
Wednesday 15th February 2017 A rather quiet period but there have been a few highlights over the last few days.
Sigfrid, Bishop, Apostle of Sweden, 1045 Thomas Bray, Priest, Founder of the SPCK and the SPG, 1730 Psalm 119.57-80 You only are my portion, O Lord; I have promised to keep your words.
Today was spent in the company of some really lovely people - so much so that the admin' was fun - amazing how being in the company of some people can raise a smile and make the day skip.
A vision to revitalise the historic landscape between the Black Country, Birmingham and Tamworth to maximise the benefits of high speed rail has been unveiled.
A new warehouse project on St.
Making the M6 Toll free to use, expanding superfast broadband, expanding the Midland Metro beyond existing proposals, bringing forward shelved railway investment and providing fast links from the Blac...
STAFFORDSHIRE theme park, Drayton Manor, is to invest £250,000 in a new attraction aimed at boosting visitor numbers for the forthcoming season.
A £12m funding package from the Homes and Communities Agency is set to see hundreds of new homes built across the Midlands.
STAFFORDSHIRE theme park, Drayton Manor Park has begun its annual recruitment campaign.
Les Ratcliffe and Colin Bryan among those West Midlands business figures to be recognised in Queen's New Year's Honours 2017...
A STAFFORDSHIRE wedding dress and suit hire business has fallen into administration with the loss of almost 40 jobs.
Staff from Lichfield’s Police Mutual Assurance Society offices gave up their day to help extend the city canal’s Heritage Towpath Trail.
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We’re calling on movie lovers to choose the films shown at this year’s Outdoor Cinema in Tamworth Castle Grounds.
A drop-in event to give help and advice on domestic abuse and other personal safety issues was a huge success – with more than 250 people going along.
Response by Tamworth Borough Council to Stacy Edgeville on 20 February 2017 .
The final design of Tamworth’s iconic new roundabout sculpture will be revealed to the people of Tamworth next week during a live clay modelling session by award-winning artist, Luke Perry.
Consultations with more than 100 people about the design of a new landmark sculpture that will welcome people to Tamworth as they step off the train have revealed an overwhelming common theme – the town’s rich Saxon history.
If you’re struggling to pay your energy bills and having trouble staying warm in your home, help and advice is available from our free HEAT number.
Response by Tamworth Borough Council to Jenny Pennington on 7 February 2017 .
An information day is taking place in the town centre next Tuesday (February 14) to raise awareness of domestic abuse and the help which is available to both victims and perpetrators.
The Service is holding recruitment days at Tamworth Fire Station, on Lichfield Street, on Wednesday, February 22 at 6pm and Saturday, February 25 at 10am.
A sheltered housing scheme in Tamworth which was severely damaged by a blaze has now been renovated and fitted with a potentially life-saving sprinkler system.
Pupils at a Tamworth primary school have been learning about fire safety as part of a six-week pilot project.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has teamed up with Burton Albion to deliver free sports sessions in Tamworth over the school summer holiday.
Hundreds of Tamworth pupils will learn about the perils of playing with fire and the consequences of crime as part of a joint initiative.
2016 marks the 75th anniversary of Air Cadets and the Tamworth squadron celebrated the occasion with a visit to Tamworth Community Fire Station on April 7.
Firefighters are issuing a warning to e-cigarette users after a man from Tamworth was left with second and third degree burns when an e-cigarette battery exploded in his pocket.
Firefighters are warning residents not to overload plug sockets in the wake of a severe house fire in Tamworth.
Firefighters and Joint Operations Group in Tamworth have joined forces as part of a pioneering pilot project to help the most vulnerable members of the community cope with the approaching cold weather.
- Tamworth Castle and a big gun.
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Another view of Tamworth Castle with just a few selected trees around it. (All the others having been chopped down). There are also four cannons in the Castle grounds, this being one of them.
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