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Marty Taylor

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I despise bios! But as I have to have one, I'm male, 41, married, have three kids, two dogs, 3 cats, one rabbit, one guinea pig, I often dye my hair orange, creativity excites me, the mundane doesn't!

Kings Norton Sixth Form students exceed national a-level pass rate 

Kings Norton Sixth Form students once again celebrated another year of success in today’s A Level results, representing excellent academic and personal achievements for...

Local Hindu temple raises £3k for Birmingham Hospice

The Birmingham Pragati Mandal – a local Hindu charity – has raised an impressive £3,200 for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice. The Hindu charity hosted a...

University of Birmingham students selected to represent at international University championships

A record number of University of Birmingham students have been selected this year to represent Team GB and the University in the World University...

Car stolen from driver in popular local layby

West Mercia Police seek information after a man was threatened and had his car stolen by three individuals. The incident happened on Tuesday (8th August)...

Arrest made over Greggs machete robberies

West Midlands Police have arrested a man over a series of machete raids at Greggs Bakery shops across Birmingham. A 40-year-old man was arrested this...

Digbeth Dining Club comes to Longbridge

From Longbridge Life Longbridge residents and visitors are in for a mouth-watering treat as Digbeth Dining Club (DDC) makes its debut in the town centre...

It was time for the Oscars at one local care home

It was a Red carpet affair for all involved at local care home in Longbridge. The Meadows Rose care home situated in Longbridge, held an...

Police appeal after 96-year-old woman assaulted in her home

West Midlands Police are seeking help from the general public after a 96-year-old woman was assaulted in her own home by a suspected distraction...

‘Heroic’ school pupils rescue elderly man after fall

Four Bournville School pupils have been hailed as heroes after coming to the rescue of an elderly man who was left badly injured after...

CASBA wins National Lottery support for exciting new project

CASBA has received a National Lottery grant of £44,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, From Institution to Community, to...

Consistently outstanding IB results for King Edward’s School

The sixth year of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma at King Edward’s School has produced another set of outstanding results.  The maximum score of 45...

Austin Rose – your new home from home

This is a sponsored article What are you looking for when seeking high-quality care for yourself or for a loved one? Is it a home-from-home environment?...

Award winning bakers open cake lovers’ haven in West Heath

Kiss Me Cupcakes, who specialise in weddings and corporate branded cupcakes recently opened their flagship coffee and cake shop on Alvechurch Road, West Heath. Dali and Maz,...

Charities join forces to help Midlands most vulnerable

Two Birmingham-based charities have teamed up to strengthen their support for vulnerable individuals living in the Midlands. Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice and St Basils...

Rare chance to take a peek behind Bournville’s finest gardens

Visitors are being offered the chance to take a rare peek behind some of Bournville’s most beautiful gardens this July to help raise money...

Locals pull together to support Grenfell Tower victims

In light of the terrible tragedy that to date has claimed the lives of at least 79 people, a local councillor from Longbridge spearheaded...