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A grand opening: Sandwell door company invests in £2.5m warehouse and office
Congratulations to this Sandwell door company on the grand opening of its £2.5m warehouse and office. This occasion is hugely positive for the business – but also poignant because the new building is a tribute to a late, important member of the team.Read more
West Smethwick Park facelift celebrated with free community event
A £5.1 million transformation of West Smethwick Park is being celebrated with a free community event for local residents this Sunday, 21 August.
The restoration and improvement project includes the new Pavilion with café, historic restorations and landscape improvements, and a dedicated West Smethwick Park community engagement coordinator.
Free digital festival for SMEs
Small business owners in the Black Country can sign up for a free, two-day event.
Share your views on council elections
Sandwell Council is running a community consultation on a potential change to its election process.
Free energy crisis webinar
The Black Country Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free webinar to help businesses understand and navigate the energy crisis.
Queen’s Awards deadline fast approaching
Apply for the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise before the submission deadline of Tuesday 6 September.
Have your say on Sandwell Council’s budget proposal
Sandwell Council wants to hear from residents and businesses in the borough to help guide its spending plans for 2023/24.
Mayors take tour of factory floor
Family firm Isaac H Grainger, which has been manufacturing in the Black Country for more than 150 years, welcomed the Mayors of Sandwell and Dudley on a tour of its factory floor.
Queen’s Awards for Voluntary Service winners #MadeInSandwell
Congratulations to three Sandwell community organisations for winning a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the MBE of the voluntary sector. The Sikh Helpline, The English Medical Group and Special Olympics Sandwell were all awarded this highly coveted accolade.
How to reduce your carbon footprint through your everyday shopping
We can’t solve the climate crisis alone. But if we all start taking steps in our everyday shopping habits to reduce our carbon footprint, it all adds up. This is the message from Carbon Trust, a company of experts whose mission is to accelerate the move to a decarbonised future.
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