23 January 2020
Yesterday, staff and service users of the Lichfield Street Hub in Walsall were delighted to meet HRH, The Duchess of Cornwall, who spent time touring the refurbished facility.
20 January 2020
Walsall Trading Standards, HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs) and West Midlands Police recently raided six separate locations in Caldmore, Walsall - during a crackdown on illicit tobacco in the borough. Up to thirty officers and trained detection dogs took part in the sting - sniffing out and seizing cigarettes from premises suspected of trading illegally. The illicit tobacco had an estimated retail value of up to £120 000 and would have sold on the streets for £40,000
17 January 2020
Walsall volunteer tree wardens braved the cold yesterday and planted 35 trees along the Bloxwich and Pelsall boundary on Wolverhampton Road.
The wardens were joined by the tree team from Clean and Green at Walsall Council, the Woodlands Trust, Hillier Trees, the Friends of Pelsall Commons, Asda’s Community Champion and students from Pelsall Village School.
Mr Joynal Islam, owner of ‘Hot Chilli’ in Leamore has been ordered to pay the sum of £2,965 by Wolverhampton Magistrates after falsely selling meals described as peanut free to undercover trading standards officers on four separate occasions.
17 January 2020
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) takes place each year on 27 January. A memorial event to commemorate the victims of genocide will be taking place on Wednesday 22 January at 12.30pm at St Paul’s Church, Walsall, WS1 2QH.