Monthly Archives: June 2015

The B26 office is closing for a couple of weeks.

Due to family commitments and the re-charging of my batteries, the office of B26 will be closed for a couple of weeks. I’ll be back at the beginning of July.                     … Continue reading

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Don’t forget Sheldon’s fantastic ‘Beer Festival’ tomorrow

              (click on the photo for a bigger image) Don’t worry if there is a few spots of rain tomorrow there’s plenty of covered area to enjoy the beer or cider of your choice. Have … Continue reading

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Five bailed following post match brawl

                                     Five men have been bailed following their arrests in Leicestershire yesterday (Thursday) after a joint operation between West Midlands Police and Leicestershire Police to … Continue reading

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11 years jail for chef who grooming girls in online chat-rooms

    A man who groomed girls as young as 12 with flirty online chat − and went on to strike up a sexual relationship with a schoolgirl − has been jailed after West Midlands Police uncovered the extent of … Continue reading

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Man charged with Handsworth murder

 An 18-year-old man will appear at Birmingham Crown Court tomorrow (Thursday) charged with murder and attempt murder.Unemployed Abdullah Atiqzoy, from Elizabeth Crescent, Oldbury, was charged on Monday following his arrest on Saturday (6 June) and initially appeared before magistrates yesterday … Continue reading

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Call for help to tackle waste challenge

 Birmingham is one of several cities from around the world taking part in the Climate-KIC Climathon 2015 – a 24 hour hackathon on June 18 to kickstart engagement with the most pressing environmental issues in major cities. Birmingham City Council … Continue reading

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Man charged with Marston Green murder

A 24-year-old man will appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court this morning (Tuesday) charged with murder and wounding.  Unemployed Gareth Emery, from Clinton Road, Shirley, was charged last night with the murder of his 67-year-old aunt Anne Dunkley and an assault … Continue reading

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