Wednesday 14 October 2015



It's official!  We leave Bearwood!

 After 20 years in Bearwood we've decided that the countryside's calling and we're moving to pastures new in Devon. 

We’ve really enjoyed living here, met lots of lovely Bearwoodians over the years and relished from being involved in the local community.

We would like to thank everyone who’s contributed to the welovebearwood blog, we’ve loved working with you, promoting your event/business etc and being able to ask your interview questions such as what makes Lightwoods Chippys’ chips orange. 

A big thank you also goes out to all our readers we hope we’ve informed you about what’s happening in Bearwood and put a smile on your faces.

It’s been good in the wood. 

Wednesday 30 September 2015

Thimblemill Library Calendar October 2015

Knowing me knowing you! 
Thimblemill Library have got it just right for their events which are taking place next month, there's something for everyone.   

Find your inner dancing queen, get your platforms on and get down at Thimblemill Music Club ABBA night on Thursday 1st October, bring your popcorn to the film nights (Cinderella for the kids on 3rd October, Malcolm X as part of Black History month on 17th October and then Nosferatu for their Halloween special on 31st  October) or even take your pop up tent along to their Thimble Size Camp on Not So Fright Night Saturday 24th October . 

If you fancy a FREE (our favourite word) cuppa and a bite to eat Thimblemill Library will cater for you every Monday morning starting from 5th October. 

And then from November they’re holding FREE (there it is again!) computer classes.  If you want to surf the net, keep up with your children's computer skills or learn the basics pop along to Bearwood's no 1 library and sign up today.

Wednesday 23 September 2015

Bearwood Art With History


Local illustrator, Joshua Whitehouse, contacted welovebearwood with the exciting news of his exhibition which takes place next month on 3rd October at Oops Gallery on Sandon Road.
Joshua explained that his ‘Bearwood – Art with History’ exhibition “will re-tell the untold historic stories of Bearwood using research from local historian Mary Bodfish” and will include “a collection of illustrations showcasing this history, a large A2 print capturing the whole of Bearwood and postcards depicting landscapes and elements of the town.”


We love the fact that Joshua’s exhibition mixes old Bearwood with new Bearwood and reckon he's definitely a Bearwood All-Star.

You can find out all about Joshua’s artwork via his website (right here!),  his blog (right here!), his Facebook page (right here!) and his Twitter account (right here!).