Regenerating Brierley Hill

Tuesday 25th August 2020

Brierley Hill has massive potential and work is underway to regenerate it and turn it into a successful and thriving area. The Metro extension will help bring people to the area, and our bid has recently been submitted for funding from the government’s Future High Streets Fund. It’s a community effort - and here’s an update with Mayor Andy Street, Dudley Councillor Patrick Harley and Tim Sunter from the Brierley Hill Community Forum.

Previous Podcasts

Rethinking and reskilling after Covid - Thu 3rd December

One positive to come out of the past few difficult months is that many people in the Black Country are taking the time to have a bit of a reset.

Learning difficulties and Covid - Sat 15th August

One of my priorities is to make sure local children with speech and learning difficulties get the best education and care possible.

Coronavirus community information: National Express - Fri 26th June

National Express is our biggest local private sector employer employing some 350 drivers, engineers and back office staff.

Coronavirus community information: Black Country Food Bank - Thu 11th June

The Covid crisis has seen Black Country Food Bank work overtime and help some 7,000 people over the past few months. You can help Jen and the team by donating food items or volunteering.

Coronavirus community information: Red By Night venue - Mon 1st June

The music and entertainment venue Red By Night started up just a few months ago in Brierley Hill, and then suddenly covid hit.

Coronavirus community information: Black Country Chamber of Commerce - Wed 13th May

Whether it’s cashflow, budgets or keeping staff and customers safe, Black Country businesses will have a lot to plan and juggle as we begin to leave lockdown.

Coronavirus community information: Kingswinford Royal British Legion - Tue 28th April

Kingswinford Royal British Legion do an amazing job year round supporting our service men and women, veterans and their families.

Coronavirus community information: Mary Stevens Hospice - Wed 22nd April

Social distancing is especially tough on families with loved ones receiving end-of-life care right now.

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