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Stairways to a starring role on the world stage

Coleshill In Bloom was knee high to a nemesia when Warwickshire County Council sent an artist to wander round town to see how the town could be spruced up by trompe-l’oeil and tree planting. The idea was to help CIB to promote the look of the town.  The ideas, and ...

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Is your Chiropodist / Podiatrist HCPC registered?

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The HCPC is the Health and Care Professions Council. It is a government agency set up to protect the public health. They ensure that anyone who calls themselves certain titles like Chiropodist, Podiatrist or Physiotherapist or Dietician is genuine and meet the national standards for training and qualifications. Anyone calling ...

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BMW STEM PROJECT WITH THE COLESHILL SCHOOL

Students from The Coleshill School were invited to BMW Group’s engine manufacturing plant, Hams Hall, as part of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) project funded by Warwickshire County Council.  The project was launched in May 2017 and came to a conclusion on Thursday 19th October 2017. The event ...

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THE HEART OF ENGLAND SINGERS – A WINTER CELEBRATION

  The local renowned choir the Heart of England Singers under the direction of Martin Bates, are set to reprise once again this year their celebrated rendition of Gabriel Faure’s moving work called REQUIEM on 9th.December at the church of St. Michael and All Angels, Yew Tree Lane, South Yardley. ...

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Coleshill and District U3A

“Shackleton died on South Georgia. Don’t worry, we’ll be carrying on.” On the 16 October, Georgie Hale gave a very moving and harrowing account of the time she and her late husband, Clive, were shipwrecked in Antarctica. Clive had been diagnosed with bone marrow cancer in 2001. By nature an ...

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Coleshill Church of England Primary School

This year the PTFA at Coleshill Church of England Primary School broke with their Harvest Festival tradition and instead of the usual ‘decorate a vegetable’ competition,asked the children to produce food hampers that could be donated locally.  The children, parents and teachers certainly rose to the challenge. Each class was ...

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