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Warning, beware of SKY TV SCAM A local neighbourhood watch member has Walsall Police after receiving a telephone call purporting to be from Sky T. Insurance, saying that she had a rebate due, but to get this rebate, she had to pay 50 which they would collect via her debit card.
For the latest dates and venues for Events see the Events page See Streetly Hockey Club match reports, Club news and fixture dates on the Streetly Hockey Club website See Streetly Cricket Club News, match reports and fixture dates on the Streetly Cricket Club website Announcing... Description from each group / club / organisation about their club 4. There will be a selection of representatives from the police, fire service, council and community groups and you are very welcome to come along and see what is going on in the Streetly area and report any issues or concerns.
New Streetly Networking Meeting The inaugural meeting will be held on Wednesday, 23rd January 2013, commencing at 6pm at All Saints Church, Foley Road East, Streetly I have listed below a draft agenda, but if you would like to see something added, please let me know. Community Weight Challenge, which starts Wednesday 21 st November at 10am at the Blackwood Pavilion.
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Please scroll down page to see all News and articles. Many thanks in advance, John Morris, Area Manager, tel: 01922 652029, Mobile: 07852 421421 Bliss Yoga have spaces available on Thursday nights at Leighswood school between 7.30-8.45 pm contact Michelle, by Email: [email protected] or telephone 01922 624182 Drop-in session at the Blackwood Pavilion, Blackwood Park, Streetly on Friday, 23rd November between 11am and 1pm.
They hope to raise funds for Fisher House, a new facility for use by families of service personnel receiving treatment at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
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The proposal is to allay concerns that lawnmowers and workmen are trampling over plots at Streetly Cemetery.
Ground staff have already stopped using ride-on lawnmowers following a petition of more than 2,500 names.
Petition organiser Mehboob Matloob, of the Walsall Muslim Organisation said the group wanted to hold talks with the council.
Mr Matloob, of Nutmeg Grove, Chuckery, whose brother Mohammed Ramzan Matloob and grandmother Lala Bibi are buried at the cemetery, said: The report prepared for the meeting does not meet the requests of the petitioners and Walsall Muslim Organisation feels it does not go far enough.