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  1. Rowley life savers, 1959

    Life Saving lads pictured in 1959

    LIFE-SAVING isn't one of our most featured sports – in fact it's more of a service than a game, but it's always nice to feature something a bit different from the norm.

    1. When John turned out for the Villa and the Liberals
    2. Old Park wartime workers and their silverware
    3. Handy Angle girls get ready to put the boot in
    4. Second rate game but plenty thrills when Albion won the cup
    5. Worcestershire County Cricket League

News Features

  1. GWR grandfather's story in new book

    Alec Brew's book tells the story of his grandfather Dan Brew who worked on the railway

    GWR Ganger: In Charge of the Permanent Way by Alec Brew is a book that sheds light on one of the lesser-known aspects of the Black Country's railway heritage.


  1. Appeal for Blackheath photographs

    IF The Bugle can't help me – nobody can. I went to Beeches Road School, then Blackheath (now Rowley Regis) from aged 5 to 11. I left in 1936 to go to Central School, Wrights Lane, Old Hill.