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  • ShoparoundY O U R L O C A L C O M M U N I T Y M A G A Z I N E

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    Welcome to the February edition of Shoparound magazine. I would like to start off by thanking all at Birmingham City Council, the local NHS, West Midlands Police, West Midlands Fire Authority and, most of all, the many contributing businesses, who all have provided their support in publishing this community monthly magazine since October 2012. I would also like to personally thank all our staff members for their continued hard work in making sure that the magazine is printed and distributed on time.

    Well, were officially two month into 2013 right around the time when most of us are either feeling pretty positive about our New Years resolutions or ready to throw them out the window entirely

    We at Shoparound are pretty positive the Shoparound magazine will help our local businesses achieve their goals.

    Shoparound is pleased to announce that the online version of the magazine will be available at www.shoparoundin.com from this month.

    If you would like to advertise on the website, please contact us on: info@shoparoundin.com

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  • Just after 2.30pm today (22.1.13) we were called to Sutton Park -the area near Bracebridge Pool boathouse - where a boybelieved to be aged 15 had apparently tried to walk on the iceand fallen into the water. Hed managed to get out of the pool, onto an island about 30 metres from the shore, but was sufferingfrom the cold.

    We deployed fire crews from Sutton Coldfield, Erdington andPerry Barr, and a water support team, who liaised withcolleagues including park rangers, the police and ambulanceservice.

    Our crews were able to rescue the boy, using specialist rescuekit including an inflatable raft. He was then taken to hospital.A spokesman for West Midlands Fire Service said: This incidentis a very timely reminder about the need for us all to stay safe andsensible in these very cold weather conditions.

    As sturdy as it might look, there is no way of knowing thethickness of ice on pools, lakes and other waterways. Pleasestay off it, and make sure that any children you know are aware ofthe dangers.

    People who put themselves at risk by venturing on to ice alsoendanger the lives of anyone who might have to rescue them.Were also urging dog owners to keep them

    Firefighters rescue boy from ice-covered pool

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    Press Release Date: Tuesday, January 22, 2013 - 19:45

    Just after 2.30pm today (22.1.13) we were called to Sutton Park -the area near Bracebridge Pool boathouse - where a boybelieved to be aged 15 had apparently tried to walk on the iceand fallen into the water. Hed managed to get out of the pool, onto an island about 30 metres from the shore, but was sufferingfrom the cold.

    We deployed fire crews from Sutton Coldfield, Erdington andPerry Barr, and a water support team, who liaised withcolleagues including park rangers, the police and ambulanceservice.

    Our crews were able to rescue the boy, using specialist rescuekit including an inflatable raft. He was then taken to hospital.

    A spokesman for West Midlands Fire Service said: This incidentis a very timely reminder about the need for us all to stay safe andsensible in these very cold weather conditions.

    As sturdy as it might look, there is no way of knowing thethickness of ice on pools, lakes and other waterways. Pleasestay off it, and make sure that any children you know are aware ofthe dangers.

    People who put themselves at risk by venturing on to ice alsoendanger the lives of anyone who might have to rescue them.

    Were also urging dog owners to keep them on leads, so thatthey and their pets dont get into difficulties.

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    Issued by Neil Spencer, Senior Media Relations Officer, West MidlandsFire Service, tel 0121 380 6101. Regular updates on incidents andother WMFS activities can be found on the media voicebank, tel 0871550 0056. On Twitter were @WestMidsFire.

    Firefighters rescue boy from ice-covered pool

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  • JAMI MOSQUE& I S L A M I C C E N T R E

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    Our ServicesServing the Muslim community for over 40 years, The Jami Mosque & Islamic Centre offers various range of public services for the Muslim and wider community.

    Marriage Registration & Islamic Nikah CermoniesWe are authorised by the UK Marriage Registration plus offer both an Islamic and Formal UK marriage registration service.For booking and further information please contact 0121 772 6408 / 07915575708

    Funeral & Mortuary ServiceWe arrange for the collection, holding and washing of the deceased, as well asjanaazah with segregated facilities and burial in the UK and abroad. Please contact 0121 772 6408 / 07915575708

    Facilities for Meetings & ProgrammesExtensive facilities with on-site parking for community meetings, events and seminars. We offer a range of halls and classrooms for hire at very competitive rates.For more information please contact 0121 772 6408

    Darul Uloom Islamic High School and CollegeCombining traditional Islamic schooling with the national curriculum, the Madrasahoffers Hifz & Alim courses from High School age onwards including over 16sFor an application form please contact 0121 772 6408 or visit www.darululoom.org.uk

    Evening & Weekend Quranic MadrasahTeaching Quranic Arabic Recital, classes are open to all children in the community.The Quranic Madrasah runs weekdays 5pm - 7.30pm inc. Saturday mornings.For an application please contact 0121 772 6408 or please visit our office.

    Islamic BookshopWith a range of books and products the Islamic Bookshop is open to the public7 days a week. We also sell radio scanners to listen to Azan & Islamic Programmes.Please call 0121 773 7706

    Al Miraj Wedding ServicesEnter the world of exquisite elegance Perfect setting for your perfect eventsFor more information please contact 0121 773 8090 / 07940 850 066

    Jami Mosque & Islamic Centre. 521 - 527 Coventry Road,Smallheath, Birmingham. B10 0LL e-mail: jami_mosque@yahoo.co.uk

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