There are about 12 of them, all ethnic Pakistanis aged between 15 and 20, wearing casual clothes and surly expressions.
They are not interested in partying, because they have something else on their mind: black-bashing.
"They are burying their heads in the sand."Last weekend, Darcus Howe, the black journalist and broadcaster, returned to Walsall to film a programme about the town, 20 years after he worked and lived there.
He told how he was confronted by a group of angry Pakistani youths, who threatened to attack him."They told me of their violent hostility to West Indians and threatened to break my legs," he said. 'We are Muslims', they said, 'and nobody likes us'."Senior Muslim figures told the Telegraph, however, that they were unaware of any racial attacks.
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"The police don't want to know because they see this as a black-on-black thing.
"They call us niggers and say they want to drive us off what they say is their turf."You try to fight back but they always outnumber the people they attack. One 15-year-old was assaulted by about 10 Pakistanis on Thursday.
"I said hello to one of them because I had seen him around," the victim explained.
"They have definitely become more aggressive, more nationalistic since then," he said.
That nationalism - not for Britain, but for Pakistan - was evident last week during the Eid celebrations at the end of Ramadan when Asian youths drove around the town waving large Pakistani flags from their cars.
But we cannot take much more of these attacks."If nothing is done there will be a race riot and things will get very nasty.