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Armed police spotted at Tamworth Railway Station

Commuters and visitors to Tamworth Railway Station were left concerned after armed police officers were spotted in the area. People took to social media earlier today (Monday, September 18) after spotting the specially-trained officers at the Victoria Ro

Tuesday, 09:53 in Regional West
 

Woman taken to hospital after crash by McDonald’s at Bassetts Pole

A woman was taken to hospital after a crash outside a fast food restaurant near Sutton Coldfield. The woman was driving a Volvo 4x4 when it hit the central reservation on the A446 London Road by Bassetts Pole and collided with a bollard. An ambulance and

Monday, 13:40 in Regional West
 

Tamworth FC prepare for FA Youth Cup tie

TAMWORTH FC's academy side are in action on Monday night as they host Leek in the FA Youth Cup at The Lamb. And first-team boss Andy Morrell has urged the squad to go and make a name for themselves in the 7.45pm kick-off. "There's an opportunity...

Monday, 08:39 in Regional West
 

Tamworth boxer Hatton enjoys knockout debut

Tamworth light-heavyweight Ryan Hatton made the perfect start to his professional career – producing a one-punch knock-out at the Copper Box Arena in East London. The 21 year old blasted out late sub Jake Davies in the third round of a scheduled four wit

17 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Tamworth FC crash out of the FA Cup after Stafford stunner

Stafford Rangers 1 (Reid 63) Tamworth 0 Izak Reid's second-half header earned Stafford Rangers a shock FA Cup win over Tamworth. Rangers, who reached the third qualifying round for the first time in ten years, edge drab first half, Dan Westwood firing wi

16 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Non-league digest: The latest from Bolehall Swifts, Heather St Johns, Tamworth FC and Coton Green

HEATHER St John's boss Simon Lyons has heaped praise on his attacking talent after a "rollercoaster" win in the FA Vase. Heather raced into a lead but didn't let their heads drop when they were pegged back and eventually fell behind 3-2....

16 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Tributes paid to former Tamworth councillor and 'true gentleman' Peter Seekings

FAMILY, friends and colleagues of a well-known Tamworth councillor have paid tribute to a 'true gentleman and great servant to the people'. Councillor Peter Seekings, who served as a Labour borough councillor for the Bolehall ward, died on September 9, w

15 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Staff and pupils at Kingsbury school celebrate glowing Ofsted

'AMBITIOUS leadership' was among the many positives highlighted in the latest Ofsted inspection for an improving Tamworth primary school. The Kingsbury Primary School received a glowing report from the government watchdog which gave the Bromage Avenue pl

15 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Free parking alone won't revive Tamworth town centre says council leader

THE leader of Tamworth Borough Council says that free parking is not the 'magic wand to all the issues' after a petition was launched by residents. Councillor Danny Cook has responded to the petition – which was set up by Tamworth resident Brian Kenney i

15 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Tamworth family say second vandal attack threatens future of Josh Owen's memorial

A DEVASTATED mum from Tamworth says that she is considering removing a memorial for her dead son after vandals have struck again. Denise Rogers was shocked when she and her children visited the memorial site in Whittington of her 21-year-old son Josh Owe

15 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Development could start in early 2018 on huge warehouse near Tamworth

DETAILED plans for a huge industrial warehouse that will create more than 1,500 jobs in Tamworth have been submitted to council chiefs. National developer St Modwen has submitted a detailed planning application for the first phase of development at its 3

15 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Tamworth's Bibbledy Bob laughs off concerns over latest 'It' horror movie

TAMWORTH'S famous clown Bibbledy Bob has thrown a bucket of cold water over concerns about Hollywood's latest scary movie. The new blockbuster 'It' – based on the novel by Stephen King and featuring the evil clown Pennywise – hit box offices worldwide re

15 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Non-league digest: Tamworth FC's Morley is buzzing, Coleshill ready for Rugby Town

STEPHAN Morley admitted Tamworth's players were buzzing after their 2-1 win over Kidderminster Harriers. Goals from Darryl Knights and Bradley Reid sealed an impressive win to catapult the Lambs to fifth in the table. And Morley said the result was sweet

14 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Air ambulance drama as cyclist falls off bike in Tamworth

Medics scrambled to a cycle path in Tamworth after a biker fell off their bike. Crews from the West Midlands Ambulance Service – including the Midlands Air Ambulance from Tatenhill – swooped on Malham Road following reports that a biker had fallen at aro

14 September 2017 in Regional West
 

Tamworth FC: Jezeph is hoping to make the most of his chance in FA Cup

DAN Jezeph says he is determined to make the most of his opportunity should he start in Saturday's FA Cup clash at Stafford Rangers. The Lambs keeper is expected to replace loan stopper Shaun Rowley as Shrewsbury don't want him cup-tied. Jezeph, a former

14 September 2017 in Regional West
 
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