Sara Lou Bridal & Mens Formal Wear

Sara Lou Bridal & Mens Formal Wear

93 Walsall Street

Willenhall

Tel 01902 634411

(Opp Willenhall Library)

Tues – Wed:

11:00–15:00

Fri:

11:00–15:00

Sat:

10:00–15:00
Have beautiful gowns a beautiful affordable prices in a wide range of sizes and colours.
Bridal Gowns
Mens Formal Wear / Highland Wear / Evening Formal Wear
Bridesmaids
Holy Communion
Prom Gowns
Shoes/ Hats/ Bags/ Tairas/ Veils and much more

Sara Lou Bridal & Mens Formal Wear donates dress for Carnival Queen 2015

Sara Lou Bridal & Mens Formal Wear has very kindly donated a dress from their collection to this years Willenhall Carnival Queen, Shamila Mansell.

We had a great few hours in the shop trying on the dresses – a small selection of photos but we wont spoil it for you with the dress Shamila chose!!

Many thanks to Sharon for looking after us!!

Please see Sara Lou Brida & Mens FormalWear, FACEBOOK PAGE

 

A reminder that this years Willenhall Carnival will be Saturday 13th June!!  See ya there :-)

A selection of photos from 1972/1973 courtesy of Mike Batchelor

A selection of photos from 1972/1973 courtesy of Mike Batchelor. Including a rare one showing the famous Daintys Stafford Street.

 

 

If you wish to share any of your old photos of Willenhall, please contact us on our \Facebook Page, our website or email info@willenhallaywe.co.uk

Cross Street Trading

Another shop in Willenhall town that was closed for a long time is now open!

Cross Street Trading, Cross Street, Willenhall ( next Butlers Butchers)

Cross Street trading

Cross Street trading

 

Cross Street trading is like an Aladdins Cave –  a shop of hidden gems, items that have been forgotten about, worth a visit.

Inside Cross Street Trading

Inside Cross Street Trading

The shop is also partly ‘Willenhall Vaping’ – for all your vaping needs

Jones Fruit & Veg and The Flower Cellar

Market Place
40 Market Place
Willenhall
WV13 2AA

01902 601818

Jones Fruit & Veg is run by Gary Jones for the past 13 years now, previously owned by Toby.
With in the same shop is The Flower Cellar run by Jacqueline Jones who offers flowers for all occasions plus a delivery service.

Crazy-Wicks moves into Market Place

Crazy-Wicks moved into their new shop today, just around the corner into Market Place.

As well as selling scented candles, fragrance lamps, Dream Catchers and chimes, Crazy-Wicks is also supplying original Daveys Locker products eg tights, stockings & under items.

Special guest Philip Solomon was invited to make the offical opening.

Philip said “This afternoon I was in my home town of Willenhall and very honoured to be asked to open Crazy Wicks shop in the Market Place for my good friend, Stuart Russell. It is situated where the old Davey Jones’ Locker shop operated for many years. You can get all your candles, dream catchers, New Age items and in another part of the shop they sell very nice clothes and other items too. I shall also be doing some of my readings and perhaps some workshops as well there in the near future. Do pop in and say hi to Stuart, his wife Carol and the rest of the team and may I wish them all success for the future.”

We are wish Stuart the best of luck.

Is it the end of Hootys as we know it?

Just paid a visit to Hootys, there is limited stock on the shelves and a very sombre atmosphere, definately not the normal Xmas spirit as in previous years.

One of the staff members who served me, told me that apparently they are not allowed to open any new boxes and that there are to be about 40 redundancies.

As I was leaving, there were signs of workmen, measuring up the carpark areas.

Also spoke to the burger van outside, who confirmed that they will be allowed to stay on site as alterations are made but thereafter nothing has been confirmed to them.

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Hoots Entrance