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Wednesday December 12 2018

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Neighbourhood plan passes ‘with flying colours’ - now for the people’s vote

The draft Alvechurch Parish Neighbourhood Plan has passed its independent examination with “flying colours”.


Still time to see trees

If you missed the Christmas Tree Festival at Alvechurch Baptist Church, don’t worry – the trees will now remain on display until after Christmas.


Calendar people

Alvechurch Village Hall’s committee has produced a 2019 calendar, highlighting the many groups that use the venue.


A selection of Christmas services

Churches in the Village area offer a variety of Christmas services and events, some of which are listed below. For full information, visit the websites.


Library ‘noise’ wanted

Villagers are being urged to give their support to Alvechurch Library, as the county council reviews the venue’s future.


Art of rock

The Village’s resident cartoonist Bob Lawton is exhibiting and selling some of his framed cartoons at Artrix in Bromsgrove.


Tip ‘activity’ followed up

Lickey residents have reported concerns over “activities” at Marlbrook Tip to the Environment Agency, which has responsibility for the site’s safety.


Restaurant hygiene alert

Parish, district and county councillor Charlie Hotham has urged villagers to be aware that two Barnt Green eateries have a low hygiene rating.


Sandhills road safety plea

Residents of Sandhills Green in Barnt Green have asked the parish council to look into the safety of their unlit lane, which runs under the railway line.


Housing study is ‘conjecture’

The “Barntchurch” report would not be accepted as evidence by a judge, the chairman of Alvechurch Parish Council told Bromsgrove strategic planning chief Mike Dunphy during a presentation to the council.


Lottery grant boosts stained glass appeal

St Laurence Church in Alvechurch can go ahead with repairs to its historic stained glass windows thanks to a grant of £113,700 from the Heritage Lottery fund.


Gritty issue for Blackwell

Lickey & Blackwell Parish Council has decided to fund its own grit bin after a request was turned down by the county’s Highways department.


Bollards must be black and gold

Barnt Green Parish Council decided to buy three new bollards to replace those missing from Hewell Road.


Fashion for charity

A fashion show held in Alvechurch Village Hall raised £1,112 for Brain Tumour Research.


Poppy design for barrier

A poppy centrepiece to a new wrought iron overhead barrier for the gates to The Meadows playing fields in Alvechurch was agreed to unanimously by parish councillors.


Drone code in force

Flying of drones is to be subject to the Civil Aviation Authority Drone Code in Alvechurch after the parish council voted to adopt the code on its land.


New lengthsman delayed

Lengthsman duties in Alvechurch are to be carried out by Bromsgrove council workers at least until the end of March.


Potential parking problems

The loss of parking spaces in Newbourne Hill, Rowney Green, if Bromsgrove District Housing Trust goes ahead with plans to demolish two garages to make way for housing, could create problems.


Club founder remembered

Patricia White, who will be remembered in the Village area as the founder of Barnt Green Art Club, died in June aged 89 years.


Library ‘noise’ wanted

Villagers are being urged to give their support to Alvechurch Library, as the county council reviews the venue’s future.


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