A group of intrepid cyclists are taking on an epic charity challenge this Easter, inspired by the memory of a much-loved baby boy.
Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands . . .
Local residents will have the chance to question Bromsgrove’s Parliamentary candidates at an Election Forum in Alvechurch.
The organisers of a charity auction being held in Bromsgrove hope to raise enough funds for their good friend to receive groundbreaking cancer treatment in America.
Children at Lickey End Playgroup held a Pink Week, helping to raise more than £645 towards the installation of an automated external defibrillator for Lickey End Methodist Church and the surrounding community.
This year’s Picnic in the Park in Alvechurch will feature a Guinness World Record attempt, organised by young village fundraiser Finlay Church.
Nearly two dozen members of the local Kingfisher Probus club recently enjoyed the final guided tour of the MG factory at Longbridge, writes Malcolm Shine.
McCarthy & Stone withdrew its plans for a retirement complex on the Green Belt in Alvechurch before the March planning meeting.
The Alvechurch Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group is appealing for “community-minded people” to volunteer their time.
Parish councillors are continuing to press Network Rail to drain the “Lake of Alvechurch” at the rail station.
A boundary change within the parish of Lickey & Blackwell has thrown up an anomaly.
Meet the candidates hoping to be elected MP for Bromsgrove in the General Election on May 7. . .
A dog from Alvechurch won the “Scruffts” trophy at this year’s Crufts.
Hopwood Village Hall, which turned 100 last year, has been given a new lease of life thanks to months of hard work from the new committee of trustees.
Alvechurch Dramatic Society presents the Charles Dickens classic Great Expectations, adapted by Neil Bartlett, at Alvechurch Village Hall from April 23–25.
Crown Meadow First School pupils have been getting creative in the annual Alvechurch Picnic in the Park logo competition.
The farce surrounding Marlbrook Tip has taken another step into the surreal with the revelation that an engineer’s report was censored because of fears for national security.
The Village‘s resident cartoonist has turned his hand to writing and published his first novel.
Residents of an Alvechurch road which was incorrectly named by Bromsgrove District Council will have to live with the error, unless at least two thirds of them complain.
The campaign to get more independent councillors representing villages at Bromsgrove has been boosted by the candidacy of a Barnt Green community stalwart.