Let Everyone Know You Are Open For Business

Copy deadline is 9 April for May 2021 printed editions.

Let local people know you are open and working. We will be delivering our May editions of The Pioneer Magazines and Great Barr Gazette to 42,000 homes. Our magazines are hand delivered free to local people in Walsall and the surrounding areas.

People read our magazines from cover to cover and keep them for an average of two months.

We were one of the very few publications that managed to print during the first phase of the current Coronavirus crisis. We are determined to deliver news and information to local people when they need it most, and to support our local business community.

See our Bounce Back leaflet below or follow this link to see where we deliver. You can advertise with us from as little as £25 plus VAT.

1947 Pheasey Magazine Resurfaces

A magazine sent to the tenants of the Pheasey Estate in 1947 has resurfaced after many years, offering a fascinating insight into what was happening in the community shortly after the end of the Second World War.

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An original copy of the magazine was scanned and sent to us by a man from Wales called John Newton, whose father grew up in the Great Barr area. John moved from Pheasey to Wales in 1949 and his father kept the magazine as a memento as it was his design on the front cover. When his father passed away, he discovered a copy of the old community magazine and scanned it for preservation.

“On the death of my father, I found this magazine among his paperwork,” said John. “As a small child I can remember him working on the kitchen table to produce this cover. It’s obvious this magazine was special to my father for him to keep it.”

Pheasey Magazine Started in 1944

Believed to have first launched in 1944, the 1947 editions of the Pheasey Magazine were issued for free to the 1,800 tenants of Pheasey on a quarterly basis.

The Chairman during this era was Mr. J. T. Wright, owner of the Beacon Dairy Farm, who was said to have “a heart-interest in the welfare of the people”.

The Pheasey magazine was a mouth-piece for the community, focusing on events, gossip and humor. As well as featuring a section specifically for youngsters on the estate, it also included insightful editorial, educational articles and advertisements from some of the local businesses.

Page 1 of the 1947 July edition, for example, reveals some of the activities that took place at the Community Centre at the Old Barn on Hillingford Avenue. They included cinema clubs, dances and even a poultry club!

In this edition, we also learn of Carnival Day, which featured such delights as the Crowning of the Queen, a band procession, donkey rides and the Poultry Club show.

It’s a fascinating snap-shot of history from the Pheasey Estate, which can read it in full here.

Reproduced as part of local heritage interest.

Do you have any other copies of the Pheasey magazine tucked away? If so, get in touch and let us know.

The Five Best Hidden Walks In The Local Area

Walsall Magazine
Holly Wood Nature Reserve, Great Barr

The Five Best Hidden Walks in the local area by SMALLHOUSEBIGTRIPS

Correction: This article was updated on 29 March, 2021 to clarify that much of the area of Great Barr Hall is privately-owned and cannot be accessed by the public.

As the New Year kicks in, resolutions for a healthier year begin. How about burning off your Christmas treats and starting 2021 walking around some fabulous local, hidden gems.

We at SmallHouseBigTrips have you covered with some of our personal favourites. But sshhh – remember, it’s a secret!

Great Barr Hall, Sutton’s Drive, B43 7BA

A hidden gem that even we didn’t know about until lockdown in March 2020. Much of the grounds of the Great Barr Hall estate is privately-owned with no public right of way. However, Sutton Drive and the land situated to the East of Sutton Drive are beautiful, public open spaces.

Holly Wood Nature Reserve, Whitecrest, B43 6EA

Enter the nature reserve through a magical gate where you will be greeted with 5 hectares of mixed broadleaf woodland and wet meadow. Trees to climb, a stream to paddle in and the largest blanket of bluebells in spring.

Park Lime Pits Nature Reserve, Rushall, WS4 2HH

A former limestone quarry in the woods, this woodland walk has a rope swing over one of the two clear pools, horses, walking trails and plenty of streams for little ones to paddle in.

For nature lovers, there are over 300 species of plants and it is the home to over 100 species of birds.

Cuckoo’s Nook and The Dingle, Walsall, WS9 0PQ

Cuckoo’s Nook is an ancient woodland over 400 years old full of acidic loving trees like holly, oak, birch and alder, winding picturesque paths and a sea of bluebells during spring. Step into The Dingle part of the walk and you enter an area surrounded by hawthorn, ash, beech and elder trees.

It is the perfect place to learn about geology as you enjoy your walk,through the woodland flowers, by the babbling Longwood Brook running next to the path.

There’s a rope swing and little bridges for children and keep your eyes out for the wishing tree which is decorated beautifully throughout the year. Recently it had Christmas lights, tinsel and other decorations.

Sot’s Hole Nature Reserve, B71 4DE

A fabulous circular route starting at Sot’s Hole Nature Reserve, walking through the ancient woodland, looking at wooden statues and various species of plants, leading through to Sandwell Valley Farm seeing cows and horses, before following the path all the way round back to the car. Fields, woodland and kissing gates. Make for some perfect exploring.

If you would like to follow our adventures, you can find us on Instagram or Facebook or Twitter

Christmas & New Year Opening Hours

Walsall MagazineTo all our lovely readers and advertisers we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the team at the Pioneer Magazines and Great Barr Gazette.

We will be closing our office for the festive break at 5pm on Thursday 17th December, and re-opening on Monday 4th January 2021.

This has been a very difficult year for everyone and we thank our readers, advertisers and community groups for your support.

Editor Great Barr Gazette

Bespoke Cake Maker Helping Local Charities & Good Causes

Great Barr Cake MakerA bespoke cake maker is cooking up major support for local charities and good causes in the area.

Surkita Chauhan, who runs Bite Me Cakes from her home in Horseshoe Crescent, between Great Barr and Pheasey, has a bespoke recipe to succeed in business and help charities and other causes along the way.

The company, which has been up and running for three years, has a Zero Waste policy whereby excess cakes and other food items are donated to charities and local care homes.

Surkita, who runs the business with her fiancee Haidar, said their business was enjoying major success despite Covid-19 and she said despite that she wanted to continue her support of good causes close to her heart.

“We are looking to set up a charity within our own business to support good causes. We are always doing something for charity,” she said.

“Bite Me Cakes is a zero waste company and whatever we have left we give to food banks, charities and care homes. It is very important to us that we do charity events.”

Surkita, 31, has been baking since the age of 14 but in the last three years has been operating as a luxury, bespoke cake maker who creates amazing culinary creations to individual customers needs and requirements.

She said: “We try to think outside of the box and offer something different. Our website is under development and hope to have that up and running soon. We do a lot of business on Instagram and offer cake collection from us and delivery all of which is contactless.

“For Christmas we do luxury hampers with different options including traditional Black Forest Gateaux, shortbread and cakes with a festive theme.

“We also provide a service where we can send brownies by post anywhere within the United Kingdom.”

Surkita said her business had many plans for the future including opening up a new shop for the first time.

She continued: “We are looking to open up a new shop in the future. I run the business with my partner Haidar – he is the business side and I bake but I am teaching him to bake.

“Bespoke is our speciality, whatever you want as a customer we can make it happen. We have done cakes for shop openings and we have even had enquiries from celebrities so our business is really getting noticed.

“We are a bespoke, luxury cake maker – we have even made a cake in the shape of a work van. We are trying to set ourselves apart from other businesses.

“Business has been really good – we are the busiest we have ever been,” she added.

For further information about Bite Me Cakes or to make an order, please call 07950 364874 find on Instagram here or email biteme_cakes@yahoo.com

September Editions Now Available

Great Barr GazetteOur September editions are dropping through letterboxes throughout the local area. If you have not yet received yours don’t miss out.  You can read all three of our local editions right here.

Find out what happened to the Streetly Phone Box in our Villages edition. We’ve introduced a new Social Media Diary page. It sums up what’s been going on on our Facebook and Twitter pages over the past few weeks. See if you got a mention!

Each edition is full of local news and community initiatives. This month Dr Ron Daniels an intensive care doctor at Heartlands and Good Hope offers encouraging and balanced advice on the current Coronavirus situation.

Happy reading and thank you for helping us to do our bit to help our local community.

Heritage Project: The Americans Are Here

Advertise PheaseyIf the residents of Pheasey in Walsall could step back seven decades in time to take a stroll around their estate, they wouldn’t believe their eyes.

What would they see? Smart young soldiers peering from the windows of the estate’s newly-built houses. Armed sentry posts and gate houses guarding access to the streets. The sound of marching boots might fill the air. And outside the Collingwood Centre, which served as a military HQ, stood a flagpole – flying the stars and stripes of the US flag.

Few people who live in this quiet suburb know that during World War Two it was requisitioned by the Government and handed to the American army.

Now a 12-month project, called The Americans Are Here, and backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund, aims to help local people find out how their homes were once occupied by GIs, and their streets were filled with jeeps and army trucks.

“We want the project to raise awareness of Pheasey’s past during the second World War,” said organiser Lee Mitchell, “because it’s something that people simply don’t know about.

“Many of the people who lived here at the time are sadly no longer with us, so we can’t rely on their memories to keep the story alive. Newer residents are gobsmacked to find out what went on here, sometimes in their own homes, when war was raging.”

The project aims to get local people to engage with local history and find out for themselves about how the American Army made Pheasey its home.

“We really want to use Pheasey’s wartime history to create community spirit, by getting local people involved,” said Lee, who is organising the project with colleague Dave Crathorne.

“It’s also about reaching out to socially-isolated people and getting local schoolchildren involved. It’s a great story that’s right here on our doorstep.”

At the outbreak of World War Two in 1939, the new Pheasey Estate was still being built. When America entered the conflict in 1942, US troops started to flood into Britain. In Walsall, the War Office requisitioned unfinished properties on the estate, creating a Replacement Depot there, as a staging post for soldiers arriving to replace those killed or wounded in the fighting. American soldiers would sail into the UK via ports like Liverpool, before trains brought them to what was then Great Barr railway station in Hampstead. The GIs would then march up the Queslett Road to Pheasey.

The coronavirus pandemic has caused some disruption for The Americans Are Here, which originally hoped to hold regularly meetings and talks, as well as practical face-to-face sessions to help people discover their area’s history. Lockdown meant that all that had to be cancelled.

But by drawing on true wartime spirit, the project has carried on.

“We launched our The Americans Are Here Facebook page to allow people to still get involved throughout the lockdown,” Lee explained. “In fact, what everyone has been going through with coronavirus has a lot of parallels with what British people experienced during the war.

“There’s an argument that in some ways it has been worse because at least during World War Two you were allowed out of your house. And the pubs were open!”

Some of today’s local pubs were regular haunts of the American soldiers who lived on the Pheasey estate, and have formed part of the project’s photographic work, which aims to bring local history alive.

“We have pictures of what the area looked like at the time, so one of the things we have been doing is tracking down the locations in those images and taking a new picture from the same perspective. It provides a ‘now and then’ version of these fascinating old pictures and really helps to bring home the fact that this happened here,” Lee said.

“We’re also trying to build links with American families whose relatives served here, and track down the families of local women who went back to the US, as ‘GI brides’, when the Americans left in 1945. There is so much to uncover.”

Beneath the surface of today’s Pheasey Estate, evidence can still be found of the area’s wartime past.

“There are lots of stories of local people decorating their homes and finding graffiti on the walls beneath their wallpaper, left by American troops,” Lee said. “One person found the tread marks from a jeep.

All of this history is just under the surface, waiting to be found”. The idea of The Americans Are Here is to make local people aware of their heritage, and help them discover it for themselves.

“It’s so important that this kind of history isn’t forgotten. It helps people better understand the area they live in, and how it played a part in world events.”

We need you!

Are you a Pheasey resident, school or business?

Would you like to find out more about the area in which you live, work or play?

We are looking for people of all ages to join us in discovering Pheasey’s fascinating past during World War Two, when it was home to American soldiers.

To get involved in The Americans Are Here:

E: office@pheaseyestateww2.co.uk

T:  Dave 07702 082331 or Lee 07583 076495

Facebook: WW2 Pheasey Estate – The Americans are Here group

The Dads In Charge Of Lockdown Lessons

Walsall Community
Rob, Isabel & Toby Pearson Get To Grips With A Construction Project

Philosopher George Santayana once remarked that ‘a child only educated in school is an uneducated child.’

With lockdown removing most children from the classrooms, home schooling has been the ‘new normal’ for many.

“Opportunities to learn surround us in everything we do – it doesn’t just happen in school,” explained Head Teacher Helen Wright.

“Give a child your time and attention and they will learn and remember more than they will ever in the classroom.”

Parents across the country have risen to the challenge and we catch up with a couple of local dads in charge of lockdown lessons.

Rob Pearson swapped his day-to-day job as a building maintenance systems engineer for teacher when schools closed down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
His daughter Isabel, who attends Park Hall Infants Academy, enjoyed daily lessons from dad, while his school teacher wife Cassie continued her day job.

As well as the 3 Rs, Rob and Isabel enjoyed regular nature lessons – signing up for a five-week bird-watching survey with the British Ornithological Trust (BTO) and planting flowers and tracking them as they grew.

There was also plenty of play-style learning to help keep Isabel’s three-year-old brother Toby occupied, too.

The pièce de resistance for Rob was the science lessons – making different paper aeroplanes and measuring how far they fly, and building a wind turbine out of tin cans.

“I’ve been wanting to make one for a couple of years and as we had the chance to do it, we made it one of our projects,” said Rob, who was placed on furlough in April.

“Isabel helped where she could, with the gluing, looking at the instructions, and holding the pole in place, but I did the cutting and twisting the blades because the edges were sharp. It’s still in the garden now and looks great. I’ve enjoyed doing it for the past few weeks.”

It was DIY and science that Stuart Webb’s children enjoyed when he supervised their lockdown lessons.

The Aldridge dad of two, who works as a service manager for Walsall Council’s leisure services department, worked throughout the lockdown period, but was able to do the lessons when he took annual leave.

Martha, aged eight and in year four at Cooper & Jordan School, and her brother Henry, who is 11 and in year six at the school, have spent most of their time being supervised by their mother Kelly, who works at Bloxwich Leisure Centre as swimming instructor and receptionist.

But Stuart, who admitted he felt guilty about not being able to dedicate the same time to doing lessons with his children because of working, he ensured he did his bit on his days off.

His favourite project? A challenge from the school to create something from marbles – with his children, they collected old timber from the garage and other bits and bobs to make a pinball machine, which worked brilliantly, he said.

“We came up with the idea and they both did the sawing, drilling and hammering to make it – the kids absolutely loved it,” he said.
In fact, Martha enjoyed woodwork so much she enlisted Stuart to help her make a birdhouse from offcuts of wood.

Stuart also enjoyed a wind power science experiment that the children were asked to do at home, with cardboard, string and a hairdryer.

“We’ve also been on plenty of walks and bike rides, while Henry has been able to practise some cricket as the nets opened at Aldridge Cricket Club,” he added.

Hollie & Chris – Entrepreneurs But At ‘No Charge’ To The NHS …

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Hollie Bonfield & Chris Beddard

A young Pheasey couple have used phenomenal initiative to ‘3D’ create hundreds of face visors for the local NHS and front line workers – completely free of charge.

Hollie Bonfield and Chris Beddard –both aged 24 – so wanted to help around the Covid-19 crisis, they sourced the design for the visors on ‘Thingiverse’ then liaised with the original designer for authorisation to ‘run with it.’

Says Hollie, who works in the finance sector: “We are printing the face visors completely free of charge – funding it ourselves. My partner Chris created the ‘pathways’ to allow it to print via his printer – set up in a spare bedroom. He loves his printer – so much so he jokes that my birthday and Christmas presents will be 3D printed!”

Chris is ‘self taught’ in using the 3D printer, and works in the day as an engineer. He adds: “We are delivering chiefly to Midland hospitals, including Russells Hall, New Cross neonatal, WMP custody nurses, John Taylor Hospice and Heartlands hospital to name a few,  with more orders locally and from around the country still to be processed. Every day, throughout the day, we are continuously printing. Each visor takes half an hour each to print, and in the evenings we set to attaching the visors to the plastic printed head bands. Then we label up to send out. The visor itself is made from binding plastic as used in documents.”

Chris and Hollie say they are ‘going as fast as they can’ and are receiving praise for their work in helping to keep NHS workers as safe as possible. The WMP custody suite they are supplying is in Perry Barr, and they have taken orders for the A and E department at Walsall Manor hospital. Oaks Medical Centre on Shady Lane is using their visors in their ‘amber zone’ to allow face-to-face meetings with patients, which they say is ‘vital to them’.

The couple would like to thank ‘everyone for their support, especially Hollie’s Mum Julie and step-Dad Chris for footing the electricity bill! And add: “It’s really nothing special what we are doing, we’re just trying to help. We are the ones who should be grateful to the front line workers and are hoping this makes a difference.”

Local Lockdown Guide To Businesses That Are Open

Walsall Community AdvertiseAll of the businesses on this list are open and working to serve and support our local community.

All businesses are working to current social distancing regulations.

Check back regularly as we will be constantly updating this list.

Food & Drink 
MUM’S KITCHEN Freshly prepared Indian food delivered to your door 0121 769 0869



Butchers & greengrocers. Freshly dug potatoes. Eggs 0121 360 1079
H. & JODIE’S NISA LOCAL, SHELFIELD Telephone ordering available for groceries. Collection or delivery available for local postcodes. Please do not abuse this service; it is meant for those self-isolating or those who cannot get out and it is staffed by volunteers
ORCHARD HILLS BAKERY Bread, sourdough, cakes & pastries 07762 939841
WATER FILTER GUY RO drinking water purification for home on tap 07850 789898
SNAPPY SHOPPER Online order & same day delivery service for homes within 3 miles of WS4 1AT. Download the App from the App store or Playstore or order via the website www.snappyshopper.co.uk
STEAK RATTLE & ROLL Delicious steaks and big breakfasts available for collection or delivery 01922 692569
Health & Wellbeing
SMILECRAFTERS Emergency denture repairs by appointment only 01543 448992




Mobility & living aids. Rise recliner chairs/beads & stairlifts. 01922 628222
AFFORDABLE SPECS Open for emergency appointments. Emergency frames repair. We also carry some single-vision lenses 0121 448 6066


Emergency appointments & phone advice including bleeding or weeping. The most common reasons this would occur would be in-growing toenails or in more serious cases diabetic foot ulceration. 07412 372010


ESSINGTON MOBILITY Mobility & healthcare needs. Open for sales & service. 01922 232423
TRUE SELF HYPNOTHERAPY Helping with fears, phobias, stress, anxiety & habit breaking. Working online & by phone 07872 580238


Available for diabetics & acute pain 01922 628952
CARING HANDS Homecare Providers specialising in personal care, companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, respite cover 01922 453335
COLIN LEE OPTICIANS Eye emergencies. Emergency repair/replacement of spectacles. Contact lens orders. 01922 454151 (Aldridge)

0121 357 7890 (Great Barr)

THE VILLAGE WELLBEING COMPANY Shopping/prescription collections, wellbeing checks, laundry 01922 429258

07983 526609

EMPOWERMENT LIFE COACHING Stressed or anxious? We are here to help, working online or by phone. 0121 792 8279
NORTON PODIATRY Clinic & home visits available. Urgent cases and anyone in pain 01922 649779
PARMELEE Repair/replacement of spectacles


01922 457421
Community Life & Leisure



High quality pet food delivered 07378 319846
WILLOW VIEW PET CREMATORIUM Open as normal adhering to current social guidelines


07545 818068
Family & Children 



Online Maths & English tutoring for Primary & Secondary students 01922 288288
NU-GEN ULTRASOUND SCANNING STUDIO See your baby in 3D or 4D using the latest iLive technology


01543 379038
House & Home 
1st GLASS INSTALLATIONS LTD Emergency repairs for windows/doors including cracked glass, broken handles/hinges, window/door locks, leaks 01922 452416
ALDRIDGE PAINTING & DECORATING Exterior & interior painting & decorating 07921 871361
A & D ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS Full/part rewires, fault-finding, fuse boards, smoke alarms, burglar alarms 07453 322065
CITY PLUMBING SUPPLIES Plumbing & heating supplies. Offering a click & collect service 01922 456390
DOWEN’S DECORATING Interior painting & decorating 07504 407416


Boiler installations 01922 685682


Roofing repairs & renovations 07528 263880
VESTASPACE Bedroom storage solutions. Open for design consultations and working remotely. 01922 324050


Emergency plumbing services 01922 691320
MIDDLEBROOK ROOFING Roofing, fascias, soffits & guttering 01543 820346
PELSALL WINDOWS & GLASS Window & door repairs & replacements 0800 488 0703
SWIFT BATHROOMS Open for consultation and queries 01922 443195
WEST MIDLANDS GARAGE DOORS Windows, doors, garage doors, security upgrades 01922 300460
ATEASE UPHOLSTERY Open for enquiries


0121 326 7046

07305 430443

P. WORLEY ROOFING & PROPERTY REPAIRS All aspects of roofing 01922 634876
MOUNTFORD BUILDERS Extensions, new-builds, design & planning 01922 632723
MSB PLASTERING All aspects of plastering 01922 633961
S. MILES ELECTRICAL LTD Emergency electrical work 01922 263202
RAPID INSTALLATIONS Aerial & CCTV installation 01922 693047
NV ROOFING All aspects of roofing, fascias & guttering 07815 294245
PLASTER TECH Plastering, rendering & skimming 07803 570247
HUSSELBEE ELECTRICS Emergency electrical installation & maintenance 0121 353 4499
RKC PAINTING & DECORATING Exterior & interior painting/decorating 01543 274995
OCEAN INTERIORS Bathroom, wet room & kitchen specialist. Open for quotations by email- this will include 3d drawings and estimates 01543 370259
PORTLAND PAINTING & DECORATING Interior & exterior painting & decorating. Domestic & commercial 07811 400669
M & I DOMESTIC APPLIANCES Emergency call-outs for washing machines, fridge/freezers, cookers 07807 094375
FIRST CHOICE PLUMBING & HEATING All aspects of plumbing/heating including emergencies 0121 369 9821
EDWARD HAYNES BUILDING & ROOFING Building & roofing work 07884 327792
PVCU DIRECT LTD Open for enquiries & bookings 01922 744306
BOILERMATE Boiler servicing/replacements/repair 07595 637050
Gardening & Outdoors
AS CLEANING SOLUTIONS External pressure and soft wash cleaning 01922 518443
GUTTERGO Complete guttering service including repairs, replacements & cleaning 07887 705012
APPLECROSS GARDENS Tree surgery & hedge work. Stump grinding 01922 421881
AS TREE SURGERY Garden & grounds maintenance. Tree work 07583 071071
BEACON FARM FORESTRY All aspects of hedge & tree work 07967 006636
BOB JONES LANDSCAPE GARDENER Complete professional hard & soft landscaping service. Open for enquiries. 01922 453283


24 hr emergency drain service 07764 411733
MD GARAGE DOORS Open for emergencies 01922 693702
MD LANDSCAPING All aspects of garden landscaping 07580 000046
TOM MILES TREE & GARDEN SERVICES Garden work & maintenance 07872 833504


Garden Landscaping/fencing/turf laid/garden buildings 07795 697913
RM LANDSCAPE & TREE SERVICES Hard landscaping, tree work, garden maintenance 01922 712440
SPOT ON GARDENING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Garden/property maintenance including fencing, pressure cleaning/rubbish removal 07891 582180
ADVANCE PAVING Driveways, block paving, patios, disability ramps 07957 743937
WM WHEAT & SON FLORIST & GARDEN CENTRE Telephone order service available for plants, gardening equipment & products. Online ordering service available for plants. Contactless delivery available for local postcodes 0121 353 7123


Business, Legal & Motoring
ASSURED ACCOUNTING Complete accounting & taxation service 07947 052515
ASHCROFT MEMORIALS Open as normal via email and telephone, for all memorial services 01543 454429


CARPENTER CARNELL FINANCIAL SERVICES Contact us to discuss wills, LPAs, personal trust information 07411 381809
EXPRESS WILLS & TRUSTS LTD Open for business.  LPAs, wills, care home costs, executor services 0121 238 0181

07956 220926

FOSTER & CO ACCOUNTANTS Accountancy, book keeping, VAT & management accounts 01922 457201
ORCHARD ART & DESIGN Photo retouching, business stationery, advertisements 01922 632447
FOUR OAKS FINANCIAL SERVICES Financial advice including pensions, long term care, mortgages, inheritance tax planning 0121 323 2070
JENNINGS PERKS SOLICITORS Open for contact via phone/email 01922 459000


PPE 01922 457421
PARTRIDGE ALLEN SOLICITORS Open for queries via phone/email 01922 452860
RJB COMPUTERS LTD Phone queries welcome 01922 455077


WALSALL UNISON Campaigning for better working conditions and pay. Office closed but contact via email walunison@gmail.com