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    Ready to Roast

    Midlands Car Dip . said about: Ready to Roast

    5 Stars

    We'll like to congratulate you guys on the superb hog roast you provide. We went to a birthday celebration last night and you were serving your hog roast....

    Added September 2014

    Suki's Bar and Indian Restaurant

    lisa r said about: Suki's Bar and Indian Restaurant

    5 Stars

    Excellent food and service. Polite staff....

    Added September 2014

    Suki's Bar and Indian Restaurant

    Katie N said about: Suki's Bar and Indian Restaurant

    5 Stars

    Excellent service in a good atmosphere. Great quality of food....

    Added September 2014

  • Securing Your Belongings

    This may seem a little hard to believe but a high percentage of our security quotations are given to people who have just had their homes / cars / Work premises burgled!!

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    Colin Lee opticians designer frames !

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    Charity reveals the amount that Stephen Sutton raised

    Charity say's that Stephen didn't only raise money but that he also helped raise awareness for the disease.

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  • Council News

    Work on the first of Walsall's two new leisure centres is set to start before the end of the year, leisure chiefs have confirmed.

    Members' views on a visit to a care home that is being used to provide support for patients before they return home after leaving hospital will be shared at a meeting in Walsall next week.

    Walsall Council's Cabinet has agreed to press ahead with consultation over a new charging policy for residents who use community social services.

    Two hundred tonnes of steel have been laid for the new Primark store in Walsall as the project reaches its halfway stage

    School crossing patrols in Walsall will continue to be funded by the council after proposals to stop financing part of the service were withdrawn by Cabinet.

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