West Midland

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Noun1.West Midland - a dialect of Middle English
Middle English - English from about 1100 to 1450
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Landscape architects suggest a West Midland National Park could see the area categorised as 'a region of a thousand cycle and footpaths, a thousand parks and a thousand lakes.'.
A LEADING West Midland business support organisation has a new occupant in the managing director's hotseat.
BUILDING group Keepmoat Homes has appointed a new managing director for the West Midlands.
Plans for the West Midlands Mayor's office to takeover fire services in the West Midlands appear to have hit the buffers with council leaders expected to block the move.
Emergency services have cordoned off partsof a West Midlands hospital after a patient walked in covered in an unknown 'white powder'.
Clash of Cultures?: The Romano-British Period in the West Midlands
THE West Midlands is to receive PS9.6 million to try to end the scandal of rough sleeping in the region.
Figures from the Office for National Statistic show it is among the names that are more popular in the West Midlands than they are in England and Wales as a whole.
THE Chief Fire Officer for West Midlands Fire Service resigned yesterday after being arrested on suspicion of making indecent images of children.
THE 10 first prizewinners of a super storage tower (pens, crayons and paints) are Ross Cotton, Yardley, Birmingham; A Mackie, Kingswinford, West Midlands; Claudia Melia, Hall Green, Birmingham; Lorna Percival, Warley, West Midlands; Mrs J Profitt, Walsal l; Mrs J Read, Alcester, Warks; Chelcie Smith, Belbroughton, Nr Stourbridge; Mathew Trow, Bromsgrove, Worcs; I Whitehouse, Great Barr, Birmingham; Rebecca Williams, Bearwood, West Midlands.

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