Wednesday Apr 9
Deadly piranhas invade village
WHEN residents of a quiet English village complained of blocked sewers and a horrible fishy smell, the last thing they expected to find was a batch of man-eating predators from South America.
Carnivorous piranhas found blocking sewers in Shropshire
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Crocodiles in the sewers? Try PIRANHAS
Water workers in the Midlands were surprised when a fishy tale turned out to be true - there were piranhas in the sewers.
First cycling festival to be held in Cleobury Mortimer
The event, hosted by Step-Out MTB Coaching, part of community interest company Step-Out Outdoor Learning, will feature a number of activities for a variety of skill levels throughout the day on Saturday, June 7. As part of the festival, Step-Out and Urban Fitness FB will be holding a 50-mile on-road Sportive.
Stourbridge Rugby Club to celebrate 40 years of minis and juniors
STOURBRIDGE Rugby Club is shaping up to stage one of the biggest festivals ever seen at its Stourton Park headquarters next month.
UKIP announce candidate for Ludlow constituency
UKIP has sent a strong message that it has Ludlow in its key list of target seats at the General Election next year.
Black Country Bugle
No. 7828 Odney Manor will be visiting this year's Steam Gala
MORE than 3,000 railway enthusiasts from across the country are expected to flock to the Severn Valley Railway later this month for the annual Spring Steam Gala.