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- Scrap-man horn: more angry complaints
- Hardest pubs in Birmingham
- Health Advice for Stomach Bug Sufferers
- Fat Alan on the touchline
- Nine-and-a-half years for Birmingham drug dealer
- Castle Vale Railway Station
- Anger at Skylark planning application
- Midlands architects overlooked for City library designs
- Cinema showing for film shot in Erdington and Castle Vale: The Casebook of Eddie Brewer
- Castle Vale School: Charlotte Blencowe named as new headteacher
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Daily Archives: November 28, 2011
Police had tonight sealed off part of Shawberry Avenue in the centre eight area of Castle Vale after neighbours had heard a loud bang in one of the houses. Witnesses say an ‘explosion’ occurred at around 8.30 pm. A relative of one of the occupants said that two adults and two children live in the house, but they were all away on a hospital visit at the time of the incident. He said that nobody had been injured, though there appeared to be some damage to the front door and porch of the house.
Police were interviewing one of the occupants outside the building in a police van, but would not give any comment about the incident.
Pupils at Castle Vale School have been through their final dress rehearsal today before the opening night of their sell-out production of Fame tomorrow evening. Former pupils and members of the cast who performed Fame at the school in 2004 will be special guests in the audience.
The show is on for three nights, from 29th November -1st December, starting at 7pm.