Media Releases

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Mary Stevens Park

Funding secured to improve park outdoor gyms

Nearly £52,000 in funding has been secured to spruce up outdoor gyms at nine parks in the borough.

Sue Smith leads a Stourbridge Park Active class

Five years of Park Active

A volunteer-led exercise programme in five borough parks has reached its fifth birthday.

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Book sale at Stourbridge Library

Stourbridge Library will be hosting a week long book sale this month (February).

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MMR pop-up clinics

Pop-up clinics will be held across Dudley borough this month to offer the MMR vaccine to anyone who has missed one or both doses.

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Dates for February forums

Dates for the next round of community meetings have been confirmed, giving local people the opportunity to meet their local councillor.

adult learning prospectus

Praise for adult learning courses

Adult learning courses run by Dudley Council have been praised by government inspectors for providing good and engaging subjects.

Ian Bevan

Council holds community reuse and recycling event

Kind-hearted residents are being thanked for donating items that are too good to throw away in a community sharing pilot from Dudley Council.

Photo taken by officers showing mice in the kitchen area at Chopsticks takeaway in Dudley.

Takeaway restaurant owner fined

A Dudley takeaway restaurant owner has been ordered to pay more than £2,800, after a visit from Dudley Environmental Health found his premises to be unhygienic and dangerous.

Councillor Corfield and Councillor Clinton with donated items

Council pilots community reuse and recycling event

Dudley Council is asking residents who have items that are too good to throw away to gift them to a community sharing pilot.

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Discover what’s behind the ‘13 Doors’ at Dudley Library

Dudley Library is hosting an event by Birmingham author GJ Phelps on Thursday 16 November.

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Stourbridge shop ordered to remain closed

A Stourbridge shop has been ordered to remain closed for a further three months and has had its alcohol licence revoked.