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There is an unnatural, not to say unusual absence of beer cans, takeaway food containers, cigarette packets and broken glass bottles
I'd ask anyone viewing this to:
a) Notice how clean and tidy the area appears in the pre-outdoor gym pictures.
b) Consider the intrusive nature of this development. Local residents were not informed at any stage before this was built, nor wiere they consulted during the build. The site is a playground after the staff leave and it is the source of litter, noise and annoyance to residents who have the misfortune of living near it. Shame on the local Council.
Grade II* Listed Building, for info see here)
This colourful image is of the High Street entrance to Brierley Hill Market.
Fondly referred to as "the cathedral of the Black Country" a fine, well loved Parish Church.
As of April 2010, this monument is being dismantled and restored.
It is not difficult to understand the change of Name, Midlander, Henry did not want any competition, in His Reformed Church, specially from a woman, he already had plenty of them to bother about.LOL cheers scally from glasgow.
The Parish Church of St Thomas & St Luke (Top Church). The presentbuilding dates from 1826, replacing a much decayed mediaeval church of which only the small crypt remains. Some years ago during building renovation it was discovered the builders had used cast iron in the roof but such was the caution at the time the cast iron struts were duplicated with timber.
The other picture by Alan Todd, of a stone church is incorrectly identified as St Edmund's. Alan's picture is of St Chad's Roman Catholic Church, Coseley.
This is a statue of William Ward, the first Earl of Dudley.