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  1. The 1788 date stone in the brickwork at the Dial glasshouse in Audnam

    Town glass history at Then and Now

    THE Black Country town of Stourbridge is famous for its glass-making heritage, and along the Crystal Mile that runs from the River Stour north of the town, through Amblecote, Audnam and into Wordsley,...

  2. Mr Love, Mr Flint, and the rest of the builders who worked for Love & Flint of Dudley in 1898

    City heritage open days start soon

    BETWEEN today September 11 and Sunday September 14, people in Wolverhampton will be able to take a trip back in time and visit a range of historical sites in the city.


  1. Andy Mutch puts one past the Burnley keeper to send the gold and black half of Wembley wild

    A-Z of West Midlands Football

    BILL SHEPPARD netted 29 goals in 82 League and FA Cup appearances for Walsall between December 1932 and May 1935, and one of his goals helped knock mighty Arsenal out of the FA Cup in 1933.

  2. JW Hunt Cup draw

    TIVIDALE, who dramatically won the J W Hunt Cup last season, will start their defence of the trophy with a home tie against Wyrley.

    1. We got to away games on the back of a lorry
    2. Darlaston bounce back to batter Bartley Green
    3. Worcestershire County Cricket League
    4. Warley & DistrictSunday League
    5. Dismal start to DK's season

News Features

  1. The golden age of the British motor industry

    Alvis made elite sports cars

    OUR recent features on collectible cigarette cards of the 1930s sent Bugle reader Roy Nock of Blackheath to dig out his own collection. Roy's cards are still kept in an old tobacco tin and he blew the...


  1. Smethwick farm appeal

    I'M writing to ask if anyone has any memories of Cooke's Farm, which was situated on the corner of Holly Lane and Oldbury Road, Smethwick , until it was demolished in 1961.

  1. Stourbridge parade service date

    THE members of the Stourbridge branch of the Royal Air Forces Association will hold this year's Battle of Britain parade service on Sunday, September 21 at 11am in Mary Stevens Park.

What's On

  1. Features

    1. Vampires finally see the light of day
    2. The hall is alive with the Sound of Music
    3. WIN: David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive DVD
    4. WIN: A Natural History Museum Alive book
    5. Busy year ahead for local theatre society
    6. Dudley drummer dad played for the silent movies at the Castle
    7. Happy days when big stars came to the Dudley Hippodrome
  2. Events

      Times: From  Sat, October 12 2013  to  Sat, September 27 2014
    2. Ladies Swimming Lessons
      Times: From  Thu, October 17 2013  to  Sat, September 27 2014
      Times: From  Fri, December 06 2013  to  Mon, December 01 2014
    4. Punjabi Tots!
      Times: From  Fri, December 13 2013  to  Fri, December 12 2014
    5. Curious About Lichfield?
      Times: From  Mon, August 11 2014  to  Mon, August 10 2015