Media Releases

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Plan for council services to move to new base

Some council services could soon be moving to a new base in Brierley Hill as part of a strategy to streamline the number of buildings the council owns.

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Work begins on new school

Work has started on a new £15million school in Pensnett for children with complex needs.

Cllr Patrick Harley, leader of the council, and Marie Hunter, head at Pensmeadow with (back l-r) Cllr Ruth Buttery, cabinet member for children's services, and Interclass' Matt Thornton, Des O'Neill and Amy Gibbs-2

Plans for multi-million-pound special school under way

Plans to rebuild Pens Meadow School are taking a step forward with a contractor now appointed to deliver the work.

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Plans for multi-million-pound special school underway

Plans to rebuild Pens Meadow School special school are taking a step forward with a contractor now appointed to deliver the work.

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Schools ready to welcome children back

As the summer draws to a close, schools across Dudley borough are preparing to welcome pupils back next week.

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Plans progressing for multi-million-pound special school

Plans to rebuild a multi-million-pound special school are progressing, with the project now out to tender for a contractor to make the exciting design a reality.

Cllr Laura Taylor

Plans to make temporary travellers’ site permanent

The temporary travellers’ site in Coseley could be made permanent after the site proved to be a success with a significant drop in the number of illegal encampments across Dudley borough since it opened.

Councillor Ruth Buttery

New school hailed by education bosses

Plans for a new £15million special school in Dudley will have a “significant impact” on the lives of children, education leaders said today

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Time capsule discovered under library more than a century old

A time capsule buried underneath a borough library which was unearthed during the process of moving it brick by brick to Black Country Living Museum has been opened by experts at Drakon Heritage.

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New pictures as Woodside Library work almost complete

Work to take Woodside Library down brick by brick ahead of a move to Black Country Living Museum will be completed by the end of the month, it has been revealed.

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Buildings go green to highlight charity

Two landmark buildings in Dudley borough will be ‘going green’ to celebrate the work of first aid charity St John Ambulance.