TAMWORTH Castle has been awarded Full Accreditation status by Arts Council England – which means that it meets the strict nationally-recognised standards set for museums across the country.
Pantomime season officially starts in Tamworth tonight oh yes it does!After months of planning and hard work, the Tamworth Pantomime Company start their seventeen night run of Cinderella tonight (Wednesday).
Tamworth's iconic castlehas been awarded Full Accreditation status by Arts Council England which means that it meets the strict nationally-recognised standards set for museums across the country.
A CHURCH primary school in Tamworth have been given a 'good' rating by Ofsted on a recent visit with the lead inspector praising the determination of staff for "providing the very best for the pupils".
YATES'S in Tamworth will play host to a night of live music featuring acts from across the Midlands for a night of fund-raising.
STAFF at Tamworth's artificial ski slope are not getting carried away this Christmas despite forecasters predicting no snow in the Alps until the New Year.
IN the wake of Christmas and New Year a specialist nurse has begun work at a hospital near Tamworth to lead new initiatives aimed at preventing alcohol-related illnesses and providing support for patients who want to cut back on the amount they drink.
IN the busiest week for postal deliveries, Tamworth residents have reacted angrily to Royal Mail's plans to stop them parking at the sorting office.
Primary school children in Tamworth have made considerable improvements at Key Stage 2, with results showing an increase in reading, writing and maths.
THE number of people injured in property fires across Staffordshire has more than halved in the past decade, according to figures released this week.
STAFFORDSHIRE County Council have unveiled draft budget plans to work closer with the NHS to improve people’s health and wellbeing, and supporting the county’s growing economic recovery In a report published recently, the County Council sets out...
As families are left disappointed that the Christmas attraction has shut nine days earlier, we check out alternative seasonal experiences...
A NEW report has revealed that the number of people injured in property fires across Staffordshire has more than halved in the past decade.
After London Midland announced their new timetable this week promising additional seating and faster services we asked if Tamworth railway station could cope with the added capacity, writes Ashley Preece.
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ADDERS coach Wayne Chapman says his side were hard done by as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat to Bolehall in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup on Tuesday night.
BOLEHALL SWIFTS 2 ATHERSTONE TOWN 1Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup CUP holders Bolehall kept alive their hopes of defending the trophy they won last year with victory over local rivals Atherstone on Tuesday night.
BOLEHALL SWIFTS 2 LITTLETON 0Midland League Division One BOLEHALL Swifts made it back-to-back wins with an excellent win over Littleton.
The date of the TB Williamson Cup final is to take place on Thursday 23rd April 2015.
Connor Taylor says manager Andy Morrell's presence on the pitch has inspired the side during their recent run.
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The Local Organising Committee were delighted to launch their tournament logo, website and social media sites today less than 183 days to the opening game.
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Staffordshire's Ability Counts League continues to be a huge success across the county.
Press Club winners will receive training opportunities.
A company caught fly tipping in Comberford, just outside Tamworth, has been prosecuted in Stafford Magistrates’ Court.
Sir Robert Peel Hospital Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Board has upheld the Trust’s proposal that the day case theatre at the Sir Robert Peel community hospital, Tamworth, should remain open for a further six months from December 2014 ...
Shoppers and visitors to Tamworth are being given more choice about where to buy their Christmas presents and festive essentials this year, with extra markets being held in the town centre in the run-up to Christmas.
Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth, asked the Leader of the House of Commons, William Hague, for a debate highlight the issues of cross-border planning such as the go-Karting track in North Warwickshire which affects residents of ...
Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth and surrounding villages, has commented on the latest plans announced by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, to curb the number of EU migrants who come to the Britain.
Look what I saw yesterday – reindeer!!! At the local garden centre!!! I was so excited when I spotted them I felt as if Christmas had already arrived.
As Christmas cheer takes hold in Tamworth, the Mayor of Tamworth is inviting people to join him for festive fun later this month.
Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth, has welcomed news from the Department for Transport that 1.4bn will be invested in the region's roads creating an estimated 900 new jobs.
Oh dear, I was going to be so good, and blog every other day, and it’s been over a week since I last wrote anything here, so I’m going to post some words and pictures about my week.
“Over the past few weeks I have been getting out and about and seeing some of the good work we do on the ground.
Had to be done: Watch the difference between established church and fresh expression in a Gym setting: The term 'Mixed economy' comes from former Archbishop Rowan William.
Christmas gift suggestions: To your enemy, forgiveness.
The report tells us that the means by which training is to be delivered is a 'modular development programme' undertaken over a period of 12-18 months consisting of three modules which are (and I quote directly here): Module One - Building Healthy ...
Enjoying some beautiful sunny days at the moment which end in some spectacular sunsets.
My first thought was the 'contributing to the Common Good' was about people and engagement not politics and that this shows how much those who produce such stuff have missed the mark.
Eglantyne Jebb, Social Reformer, Founder of ‘Save The Children’, 1928 Psalm 75 We give you thanks, O God, we give you thanks, for your name is near, as your wonderful deeds declare.
Now this part of the report: 'Talent Management for Future Leaders and Leadership Development for Bishops and Deans: A new approach' had, to be perfectly honest, me spitting feathers! The training in 'Leading the Church for growth' with what will be ...
Are you looking for that dream Naomi Neoh Wedding Dress?? On Saturday 10th January our lovely boutique will be filled with beautiful gowns from the” Love Letters”, “Secret Garden” of course the new 2015 “Iconic Collection”.
This year has been a very good year for small mammals providing a good food source for owls and raptors.
Psalm 70 O God, make speed to save me; O Lord, make haste to help me.
The first part of the report deals with training up the senior staff and my first response is that this would not be a bad thing.
12th - 15th Dec 2014 Getting used to winter birding and winter temperatures again is taking a while.
Holly, Jolly and Oh-So-Safe! Of course you want to include your furry companions in the festivities, pet parents, but as you celebrate this holiday season, try to keep your pet’s eating and exercise habits as close to their normal routine as ...
I began the first post in this series noting that when this item appeared in the Church Times the response from some (now many) of those with whom I engage was, ' No change there then! ' The reason for this was that it seems one of the qualifications...
A humourless letter purportedly from webuyanycar.
Psalm 40 I waited patiently for the Lord; he inclined to me and heard my cry.
When this 'news' item appeared in the Church Times the response from those I engage with was, 'No change there then!' For despite the apparently egalitarian nature of ministry, the reality is that amongst the qualifications for the 'top jobs', ...
IM Properties seals latest letting at Tamworth industrial estate which has seen car parts company more than double its footprint there...
New research says 'blackspots' such as Tamworth and Wyre Forest have even higher rates of people earning below the £7.65 per hour rate...
Staff at a Lichfield company have raised £1,500 to help a boy with an inoperable tumour fulfil his dreams.
TWO Tamworth manufacturing businesses have become part of a new plastics company which has launched with ambitious growth plans.
FUTURE generations of engineers are set to get a skills boost following the opening of a new training centre in Staffordshire.
TRAFFIC volumes along the M6 Toll have seen an improvement as operators claim improved customer confidence in the route.
A MIDLANDS-based design and construction company has handed over new laboratories and a clinical suite to Midland Fertility.
A TAMWORTH hotel has undergone a £50,000 refurbishment with upgrades to its rooms and dining facilities.
LOSSES have declined for the operator of the UKs only pay-to-drive motorway, the M6 Toll, as more traffic headed through the toll plazas last year.
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Dog owners and people thinking of taking on a pet are being encouraged to come along to a drop-in event in Tamworth Castle Grounds next week.
Rivers (Cleanliness) | Oral Answers to Questions – Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Commons debatesTWFY: Christopher Pincher MP (Conservative) Tamworth 11 Dec
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To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many new open access rail operations have been approved since May 2010; and how many such operations were approved between May 2005 and April 2010 under the previous administration.
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what guidance his Department has issued to the Office of Rail Regulation on supporting more competition between franchised rail operators and open access rail operators where capacity and appropriate...
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I commend the hon.
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what estimate she has made of the tonnes of air pollution control residues that will be recovered as an end-of-life product in 2015-16 if the derogation in the Waste Framework...
Old chair dumped along the footpath between 62 Madrona/88 Madrona.
Staff at Staffordshire’s Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), based at Lindum House in Stone, got into the festive spirit last Friday (5 December) with their black tie charity ball at the Stone House Hotel.
Staffordshire Police is to increase officer patrols in selected areas to help keep night-time revellers and businesses safe and reassured during the festive period.
Tamworth residents are being given the opportunity to engage with their Local Policing Team (LPT) Commander during virtual online meetings.
Staffordshire Police have launched a hard-hitting video to tackle the problem of drink driving.
Staffordshire Police have been involved in activities all through the course of this week in providing information to support businesses to help their understanding of potential terrorist threats and how best to take action to keep safe.
Staffordshire Police has been recognised as ‘outstanding’ in tackling anti-social behaviour in a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) which is being released to the public today.
Staffordshire Police have launched a crime prevention drive to keep you and your property safe this festive period.
Officers, police community support officers, police staff, special constables and members of the public will be recognised for their commitment, dedication and outstanding contributions to policing at a Staffordshire Police ceremony.
A repeat domestic abuse offender, who breached court restrictions on contacting his partner three times, has been jailed for 21 days.
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