Village BMW owners need to be on the lookout after a number of specialised attacks on the vehicles in the past week.
Bromsgrove’s MP, Sajid Javid, has been named as the new Culture Secretary by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of a robbery at the Tesco Express in Hewell Road, Barnt Green.
Fans of the full English were in for a treat when Tardebigge Community Hall hosted “Britain’s Biggest Breakfast” for charity.
Despite the wet weather, Cofton residents turned up on a Saturday morning to help with a memorial hedge planting organised by Friends of Cofton Park.
Barnt Green residents of all ages turned out in force to join in the bi-annual Sport Relief Mile, raising lots of cash for worthy causes while enjoying the spring sunshine.
Roger Hollingworth is to stand down as leader of Bromsgrove District Council after nine sometimes-controversial years in charge.
Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands . . .
Property worth more than £6,500, including expensive camera equipment, was stolen in a burglary at Lickey Rock, Marlbrook.
A young vet from Marlbrook will be trekking up Africa’s highest mountain this autumn to raise funds for animal welfare around the world.
Alvechurch Dramatic Society’s latest production is Ten Times Table by Alan Ayckbourn. This comic tale follows the attempts of a committee, led by hapless everyman Ray, to put on a festival in their local town of Pendon.
Rowney Green men who dared to bare for a charity calendar have raised £2,373 for Prostate Cancer UK.
St Michael’s Church in Cofton Hackett now has a full complement of bells again, after finally replacing the one that was stolen a year and a half ago.
Pete Joannides of Hopwood Garden Centre, who organises the annual Alvechurch to Worcester cycle ride in aid of Acorns Children’s Hospice, presented the money raised at the 2013 event to Leonie Hudson from the charity.
Despite the well-publicised campaign against pavement parking, it seems that some drivers are still treating the pavements as parking spaces.
Ben Ascott, of Ben’s Lickey Hills Fish Bar in Rednal, has signed up to run the London Marathon this month in support of Leukaemia Care.
Deb Weston of Hopwood Ladies Cycling Club tells of their latest charity show.
Two Alvechurch youngsters have raised more than £400 for charity by having their hair shaved off.
A Cofton Hackett resident has rounded up a group of friends to undertake a 40-mile walk in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.
Kind-hearted blackwell folk gave so generously to November’s Poppy Appeal that John and Dena Jenks of Blackwell Village Stores won an award for the “Most Funds Collected by an Independent Store”.