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Former Mayors bestowed with civic honours

Four former Mayors of Dudley with a combined 88 years serving the borough were granted honours in recognition of their long service and charity work.


Borough leaders praise despite city disappointment

Senior Dudley figures have praised people for backing the ambition of the ‘city bid’ despite missing out on the coveted status.

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Eton plans are “icing on the cake”

The highly anticipated move to open an Eton college in Dudley will be the “icing on the cake” for the growing investment in education in the borough, senior leaders said today.

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Thousands raised for charity at Mayor’s Ball

The Mayor of Dudley joined businesses and community champions to help raise more than £3,900 for charity at her annual ball.

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Stourbridge bottled water firm reveals Ukraine donation on Mayor’s visit

A bottled water company has welcomed the Mayor of Dudley to its warehouse in Stourbridge to discover how they are helping people in Ukraine to access clean drinking water.

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Open and transparent pledge on Black Country Plan

Thousands of responses from a major Black Country planning consultation are being shared with the public online as part of a drive to be “100 per cent open and transparent”.

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Residents urged to show their support for Brierley Hill

An event is being held to celebrate Brierley Hill and its heritage and culture in the town centre this weekend.

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More green belt sites excluded from plan

Green belt sites which had been earmarked for potential housing developments in Dudley borough look set to be removed from plans.

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Mayor’s visit to flagship retail destination

The Mayor of Dudley toured the busy Merry Hill centre and learned about its bright future.

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Welcome back to Halesowen

Halesowen High Street will be hosting a welcome back event on Saturday 26 March.


Nominations open for Mayor’s Civic Awards

People are being asked to nominate unsung heroes in the borough for a Civic Award.