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Jason Cortis and Gerald Crompton from Birchen Coppice Primary School and Taylor Wimpey sales executive Faye Willock with pupils participating in the walking bus
The government department, created in 2005 following the merger of Inland Revenue and HM Customs and Excise, yesterday announced it will be halving its number of offices from 11 to six, with Graeme House, Derby Square; Norwich House, Water Street; Regian House, James Street, Liverpool; Kingsway House in Widnes, and Birchen House in Birkenhead ceasing operations from spring, 2009.
Birchen Coppice is unusual in that it has its own in-house caterers who plan and prepare all the menus.
Jonjo Williams-Tanton was climbing with a friend on Birchen Edge in the Peak District on May 27 when he slipped and fell from an overhang.
He attended Stourport High School and previously Birchen Coppice Primary School.
The move follows complaints from residents about youths causing trouble on Piggy Alley near the Birchen Coppice Middle School, a police spokesman said.
Jonjo Williams-Tanton fell while out climbing on Birchen Edge in the Peak District and doctors said that the Ormskirk man had just a 25% chance of survival due to the severity of his injuries.
A 24-year-old man remains in Worcester Royal Hospital with serious leg injuries following the collision with a green Land Rover Discovery on Kinver Avenue in Birchen Coppice, Kidderminster.
The company has invested nearly pounds 1 million in creating a new engineering unit, staffed by new recruits including two teenage apprentices, at its premises on Birchen Coppice Trading Estate.
Jonjo Williams-Tanton shattered the back of his skull in the horrific fall while out climbing on Birchen Edge, in the Peak District, on Sunday.
Reds, Ameraucanas, Blue-Red Old English, Blue Old English, Wheaten Old English, and Birchen Old English.