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News stories for 30/03/2015
Creative flair at Bands on the Beacon
Music lovers can browse an Artisan market as they soak up the sounds at this year’s Bands on the Beacon.
Banned artificial colours found in popular dishes
Banned artificial colours linked to hyperactivity, asthma and cancer have been discovered in takeaway and restaurant dishes being served in Walsall during product testing.
Chance to shine at Bands on the Beacon
Up and coming bands and artists could have their chance to shine at this year's Bands on the Beacon weekend.
Changes to tip opening hours
Opening hours at Walsall's two household waste recycling centres are to change from next month.
Main Stage acts confirmed for Bands on the Beacon
From classic covers to a smattering of pop and funk with plenty of rock and some dance for good measure - 14 acts are already lined up to play this year's Bands on the Beacon.
Care and support for all just a click away
A range of up to date information, support and advice available in Walsall is just a click away thanks to a new online directory.
Walsall's unsung heroes honoured at Town Hall
Walsall's unsung heroes whose efforts have made a real difference to other people's lives were recognised at an annual awards ceremony on Friday evening
Darlaston bus interchange scheme gets go ahead
A scheme to improve Darlaston's bus interchange has been given the green light, transport chiefs in Walsall have revealed
Walsall street lights upgraded to LEDs
Around 550 street lanterns in an area of Walsall have been replaced with new and efficient LEDs, as part of a £250k scheme to improve street lighting
DfT awards £5m to Walsall to repair roads
Walsall Council has been awarded £5.1m from the DfT to carry out resurfacing and repairs to category A, B and C roads over the next 3 years
Two week road closure planned end of March
Motorists are being reminded of a two-week diversion route at the end of March, as a major road improvement scheme presses ahead
Gas holders demolition paves way for regeneration
Two gas holders in Darlaston will be demolished, making available land suitable for redevelopment
Pelsall tribute to green spaces champion
Talented Pelsall pupils have helped design a commemorative plaque to honour a green spaces champion - to take pride of place in their village.
Million pound revamp for Gala Baths approved
Walsall Gala Baths is to undergo a £1 million revamp which will include water features, a learner pool, new changing rooms and revamped reception area.
Mayor's praise for Walsall's Wembley stars
Walsall's Wembley stars are the toast of the town and have made the borough proud, according to the Mayor