The KEW eMag November 2012

KEW eMag LogoA hotchpotch of miscellany to amuse KEW Residents

Produced by Geoff Caine


This month I’ve had some help from others in populating the eMag. Tricia Tierney has put a lot of effort into telling us of their recent experiences.

There must be others who can follow her example and tell us what they have found interesting or think others would like to know about.

There’s no need to produce professional copy, just email me that you’d like to contribute and between us we can come up with a decent article.

Do please contact me.


Click on the article name below and a separate Article Page page is opened. From there, Click on the Return to the Contents link to come back here.

How to Get the most out of the photos.

South of Olympic Park and StadiumPlaces to Visit – Olympic Park

I didn’t manage to get to The Games so  last week I decide to go and see the Olympic Park for real instead of on TV. And what a surprise I had!….and a disappointment too!

Photo by Matt Deegan published under Wikipedia Commons License

Village on the Camino de LibertadSpain Off-the-beaten-track

KEW RTM Director Tricia Tierney and husband Mike decided to visit remote parts of northern Spain instead of viewing them from a plane. Find out what Spain is like away from the  coastal resorts.

Morrisons EntranceMorrisons Edgbaston Opens Its Doors for Business

This showpiece store has opened just 9 months after building started. It is visually inviting and aimed mainly at food – definitely worth a look.

Mobiles at riskKeep Your Mobile Safe

Latest figures show almost 500 Apple iPhones and BlackBerry devices are stolen in the region every month.
Here is some advice from the police to help you keep yours.


Museum PosterNew Birmingham History Galleries

A superb new permanent exhibition has opened in newly refurbished galleries in the central Museum in Chamberlain Square.
And not before time too!

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