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Rogue trader back in court

A rogue trader who was previously hit with a court bill of more than £7,000 was back in court and given a criminal behaviour order thanks to the work of Trading Standards.

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Carers week events

Events will be taking place across the borough next week to mark National Carers Week.


New-look cabinet named

There are new faces on Dudley Council’s cabinet which was formally agreed tonight.

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Crystal Gateway exhibition at Himley Hall

An exhibition of artwork created by people living with dementia and their carers is being held at Himley Hall next week.

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National Dementia Awareness Week 2024

People can find out more about supporting people living with dementia as part of the council’s National Dementia Awareness Week activities.

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Advice on how to stay well at home

Advice on how to stay well at home will be available at an event being held later this month at the Merry Hill Centre.

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Social workers praised in external review

Social workers looking after vulnerable adults in the borough have been praised following an external review of their work by industry experts.

Cllr Matt Rogers, cabinet member for adult social care, with team manager Wendy Malpass (centre) and members of the authority's urgent care team

More people to spend Christmas at home

More people will be spending Christmas at home thanks to joint work between Dudley Council and The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust.

Councillor Ruth Buttery

Pledge to support vulnerable despite budget strains

Services for older people and children in Dudley will continue to be a priority despite an overspend of more than £12million putting an “unprecedented strain” on budgets.

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Free drop-in event to help unpaid carers

A free drop-in event is being held tomorrow (Thu) to help unpaid carers in the borough.

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Recycled bottles support Remembrance display

Thousands of recycled plastic bottles have been used by service users at a Dudley Council run centre to create a poppy display in Amblecote.

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Continued improvement for adult social care

An annual survey of people using adult social care services in Dudley borough has revealed positive results.