An Alvechurch parish councillor is urging residents to ask County Councillor June Griffiths to consider lowering the speed limit through village centres in the parish to 20mph.
Alvechurch Library will host an afternoon tea party as a farewell to library manager Alyson Williams, who is retiring in July.
Don’t forget that the bi-annual Alvechurch Open Gardens event takes place on Saturday and Sunday June 25 and 26.
Pupils at Rigby Hall School in Aston Fields will now be sheltered from the elements as they enjoy their “Forest School” lessons, thanks to the Rotary Club of North Worcestershire.
Blackwell triathlete Sam Boswell can now call herself “British champion” after coming first in her category at the British Middle Distance Triathlon.
Two Barnt Green youngsters helped England to victory in the Five Nations squash tournament.
There was plenty of clowning around at this year’s Blackwell Festival, which brought villagers all the fun of the circus as well as music, games, stalls and sideshows.
The inaugural Lickey Festival celebrated the Queen’s 90th birthday with music, dancing, cakes and cider – plus a visit from some exotic animals!
A group of friends are aiming to raise £20,000 for a village charity with a marathon cycle challenge.
Blackwell’s 35th Craft Fair at the Methodist hall on Greenhill raised £134 for Leanna Horne, the Bromsgrove thrower who is hoping to go to the Paralympics in Rio.
A village resident has bucked the naming farrago spreading through Alvechurch by restoring the name “Bob Hopping Street” with a home-made sign.
The “great lake” of Alvechurch returned in June, to the dismay of parish councillors who had been warning the temporary fix to the railway car park was a waste of money.
Three murals are to be installed in a village bus shelter with designs created by local children.
Speed monitoring will be taking place at Hopwood Hill over the next six months after legal problems with speed limits were finally sorted out, Alvechurch Parish Council heard.
Alvechurch Parish Council is urging village landowners to take precautions to prevent incursions by groups of travellers over the summer.
Retirement home developer McCarthy & Stone has not given up on its plans to build an apartment block on Green Belt land close to the centre of Alvechurch.
Earlier this year, Year 4 children from Finstall First School won the Sport Relief Tag Rugby tournament at Bromsgrove RFC, beating St Andrew’s First School in the final.
The summer fair at St Andrew’s First School in Barnt Green celebrated the fact that both the Queen and the school are 90 years old this year.
Pupils at St Andrew’s First School in Barnt Green marked the Queen’s birthday as well as their own 90th anniversary – they are the only church school in the country to have been founded in the year of the Queen’s birth.
The problem of street parking around Barnt Green was in the spotlight once more when residents from Oakdene Drive implored parish councillors to take action.