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There is no doubt that Roy Wood is one the region’s best known and loved musicians -
Sadly no longer with us, popular Black Country comedian Tommy Mundon was another celebrity caught by our camera reading a copy of VILLAGE VOICE.
Tommy, who originally hailed from Halesowen, picked up a couple of copies of the magazine shortly before one of his many local appearances. “I used to see the Stour Valley edition but I didn’t realise that there were other editions covering other parts of Dudley and even deepest, darkest Wombourne” explained Tommy. “ I particularly like the historical features. In fact some of my jokes are so old they could probably qualify to go in a future issue! There is absolutely no doubt that VILLAGE VOICE is a great little magazine and a great credit to those involved in producing it. In fact it’s bostin!”.
Gavin Williamson MP, the current Member of Parliament for South Staffordshire, is another keen reader of the magazine. “My constituency covers an especially wide area and VILLAGE VOICE covers the southern-
We bumped into Nick Owen, presenter on BBC Midlands Today and Chairman of Luton Town FC when he opened the annual Tree of Remembrance at the headquarters of Wombourne Funeral Services in Wombourne. Nick is, of course, well-
Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP, has been a regular visitor to the Black Country over the past couple of years and whenever he comes to the Black Country he invariably picks up the latest copy of VILLAGE VOICE. “It’s good to see a magazine that is dedicated to local news and history -
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