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£1,441,897 funding awarded to the Black Country to build 2022 Commonwealth Games legacy

£1,441,897 funding awarded to the Black Country to build 2022 Commonwealth Games legacy

Sport England has announced £1,441,897 of new funding for the Black Country, including  Walsall, as part of its wider investment into the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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Public urged not to touch sick or dead birds – as avian influenza confirmed by Defra in Walsall

Public urged not to touch sick or dead birds – as avian influenza confirmed by Defra in Walsall

The Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has now confirmed there is avian influenza A(H5N1) in the wild bird population in Walsall.   The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is now urging people in Walsall not to touch any sick or dead wild birds in the borough with avian flu confirmed in the swan population in the Stubbers Green area.  Walsall Council and the UKHSA is working with APHA and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) to manage the situation and protect public health and the risk to other birds, wildlife and pets.

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Walsall Path Resurfacing to Benefit Cyclists and Walkers

Works have started on-site to improve the section of the National Cycle Network Route 5 (NCN5) cycle path in Walsall, which runs behind Ryecroft Cemetery, between Mill Lane and Cartbridge Crescent. The improvements will make the Ryecroft section more accessible for cyclists and walkers and provide a safe off-road link into Walsall Town Centre.

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Council receives more than £500K to boost skills and jobs in Walsall

Walsall Council has received more than £500k to help boost the employment prospects of people in Walsall. The council has been awarded £519,422 from the Community Renewal Fund to support the Works+ project, an employment scheme run in partnership with whg.

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Store Relocation to Boost Brownhills Regeneration

A planned relocation by supermarket chain, Aldi is one step nearer following acquisition of the former Ravenscourt Precinct site in Brownhills. The move will see the demolition of a building that has been a blight on the town for many years.

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