Alvechurch villagers who like to “make things happen” in the community are being urged to meet similar creative-minded people at
an inaugural event this month.
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The Primrose Choir presents a Christmas Concert on Friday December 12 at the Spadesbourne Suite, Burcot Lane, Bromsgrove.
Pupils at Alvechurch Middle School took part in a day of First World War-themed activities for Remembrance Day.
St Andrew’s Church in Barnt Green held an exhibition of First World War memorabilia, lent by parishioners whose ancestors were involved in the conflict.
Cofton Hackett Neighbourhood Watch, currently celebrating its 10th anniversary, held a Meet & Greet event for residents of the new housing development on the former MG Rover site.
A young Alvechurch music fan got the chance to meet and perform with her favourite band thanks to the Make A Wish charity.
Alvechurch Parish Council, which first supported in principle a retirement complex on Green Belt land beside the village cricket pitch, and then said it would decide in November whether its support was still forthcoming, has decided to wait until a planning application is made before declaring its position.
Blackwell residents and parish councillors have launched a campaign to save one of the village’s most important Victorian houses.
Teams who attend the weekly quiz at Bridley Moor & Batchley Social Club got into the Halloween spirit by dressing in spooky costumes.
Police are appealing to the communities of Alvechurch and Barnt Green for information following two burglaries.
During this month of remembrance, Bromsgrove Library is hosting an exhibition entitled ‘Bromsgrove and the First World War Home Front’.
Villagers will be able to have their say on local and national issues when Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid holds the UK’s first Parliamentary TeleForum.
WORDS, the Bromsgrove group which promotes interest in the written and spoken word, presents a special appearance by Gillian Clarke, the National Poet of Wales.
An Alvechurch family who lost their baby daughter earlier this year have launched a charity project in her name, aiming to bring comfort to other families who have suffered a similar loss.
New dictation software used by the Alvechurch parish clerk is causing mirth among councillors.
Work on the car park at Alvechurch Station is going ahead, but will not be completed until the spring.
At a meeting of the Marlbrook Tip cross-party working group, it was confirmed that the site – officially designated as a reservoir – is classified as having a “dam wall under construction” because it has never been signed off by a qualified engineer.
Alvechurch residents met MP Sajid Javid to discuss action over traveller incursions.