The 30th Bromsgrove Lecture will take place on Tuesday March 22 at 7.30pm at Routh Hall, Bromsgrove School.
Lickey resident Verity Smith has raised £1,134 for charity by running a series of festive wreath-making workshops.
Residents at The Lawns care home in Alvechurch were kept well entertained in the run-up to Christmas.
Sue Gould of Lickey End was the first competition winner to receive a “Mini Vinny”, a smaller replica of our office mascot!
The New Year’s Day mummers play in Alvechurch offered topical characters to cheer or boo, before the Morris dancers took the floor.
When Barnt Green Parish Council asked if police could help with anti-social parking, PCSO Stuart Taylor provided an illuminating outline of the complexities involved.
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Plans are afoot to give this year’s Alvechurch Picnic in the Park a Shakespearean theme, marking 400 years since the Bard’s death.
The extremes of the British winter were captured on camera by two Alvechurch readers.
A crushed car is just one more obstacle in an extreme rally challenge.
Villagers enjoyed a New Year masked ball at a decked-out Alvechurch Village Hall.
Rowney Green twins Harrison and Jacob Knight helped their team, Solihull Cycle Club, to a gold medal in the British Cycling National Cyclocross Championships.
PC Simon Albutt gave Alvechurch parish councillors the crime statistics for their patch for 2015.
If you’ve not yet signed up for the Barnt Green Sport Relief Mile, there’s still time!
If you want to dance the night away in Barnt Green, tickets for the Village May Ball are still available.
A little-known water course has been traced running through the centre of Barnt Green.
Plans for a new village hall in Cofton Hackett are reaching an advanced stage, with the project due to be completed by spring next year.
Barnt Green’s Christmas lights switch-on is going to be revamped after the last one turned into “a little bit of a debacle”.
Barnt Green Parish Council has given the thumbs-up to a property developer’s efforts to get villagers’ backing for their plans.
Frustration is mounting as villagers try to keep track of the problems being left across the area by Network Rail.
Alvechurch FC fans set off from Lye Meadow for their team’s crunch top-of-the-table away match against Hereford in the Midland League Premier Division.