Hey Dudley,Baron Foley, Lord and Lady Dudley, John, Dud, WardI’m skimming forgive me, doing a little historyInto slavery and industry and Iron and... I’m not pointing my finger bro’ naa’ Not like hands on the statue, noI have a few questions, well...I lied, I’m begging ancestor spiritsFor forgiveness Most but not all privilegeGrowing up in Dudley, … Continue reading Same Now As Then
Dudley Muddley Pudding And Lies? How many? What are the numbers? What are the existing numbers, approx. I'd personally like to hear less soundbites and see the numbers backing claims. Too much to ask? There’s seems disagreement on how prepared Russells Hall hospital is to cope with Covid-19. (Or what the word “sufficient actually means...numbers?) … Continue reading My Dudley Newsquest For Numbers Concerning Russells Hall Hospital
Born and rasied in Dudley, can you imagine my delight when discovering that cannabis seeds were used on the grounds of Dudley Castle between 1642 and 1647 by Royalist troops (L. Moffett, 1992). On second thoughts, it's not so surprising, when you learn that hemp was a major factor in establishing Great Britain as a … Continue reading Cannabis Seeds In Dudley Since 1642 – Breaking Story
“Halfway up Brierley Hill, he points to the quiet street-lit valley below. All empty industrial estates and small, coiled ribbons of housing. ‘When I was a kid, you’d come up this hill, and all of that’ – and he gestures to the valley in front of us – ‘was on fire. The foundries and the … Continue reading Bluebells Saltwells And Mordor
Silent But Dudley: Black Country Blues by Mr Steven James Pratt Link: http://a.co/7KhqHcL Have you seen that vigilante man? Ry Cooder sings. A familiar tale these days, most but not all hollywood movies feature themes of retribution, 'Death Wish' being a prime example. In fiction, lets not forget, the protagonist is the partner of a murder … Continue reading Have you seen that vigilante man, on Facebook?