Billy Spakemon

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Local lad Brian Dakin, better know as Billy Spakemon will be singing songs and telling stories from the Black Country, with his usual warmth and humour.

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A Black Country Afternoon with Billy Spakemon - Free!

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Wednesbury Library, Walsall Street, WEDNESBURY, West Midlands, WS10 9EH

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