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  1. HMS Achates was adopted by Halesowen in March 1942

    Heroic ship adopted by Halesowen

    IN THE Second World War every town in the Black Country adopted its own Royal Navy ship, raising thousands of pounds to keep them in fighting trim. Not all of the ships survived the war but the most r...


  1. Over 4,000 attended the Arthur Hunt Memorial Match at Garden Walk, Lower Gornal, November 15, 1958

    Thousands attended tribute to Gornal footballer

    A SOMBRE souvenir of a sad occasion was brought to the Bugle offices by George Mills of Blackheath. It was the programme to a memorial match played in honour of a tragic young footballer who died play...

    1. A-Z of West Midlands Football
    2. Darlaston come back to claim three points
    3. Do you remember Billy in the boxing booth?
    4. Weakened Wednesbury fight on in bruising encounter
    5. Dudley & Cradley HeathFootball League

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  1. More in the way we spake

    AS reported in last week's Black Country Bugle the National Dialect weekend is fast approaching and will be held at Wednesbury Town Hall on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 16,17 and 18. For furth...


  1. Hunt for West Bromwich family

    I AM looking to find any descendants of Emily Loach (née Mason), born 1893 West Bromwich, married to John Thomas Loach, who died in Flanders, France, in 1917.

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