Bournville Hockey Club is currently offering players of all abilities the chance to receive coaching from an England international.
Despite the less-than-perfect weather, Blackwell Festival attracted plenty of residents, friends and neighbours for an afternoon of free fun and games.
Although the weather was a bit dodgy, some 60 cyclists turned out for the 17th annual charity cycle ride along the canal from Withybed Green in Alvechurch to Digliss Basin in Worcester.
Even before the season started, we had to deal with the challenges of the infamous fallen tree and the badly-damaged pavilion at the Hopwood Ground, writes Pete Gwilliam of Alvechurch & Hopwood Cricket Club.
Twenty five years ago, a group of Alvechurch men got together to perform a morris dance at the middle school summer fete.
A group of children from Hopwood-based Kings Norton Rhinos Rugby Club have scaled Mount Snowdon, raising more than £1,000 for the charity Save the Rhino International.
A Bromsgrove woman who almost lost her life to a rare disease is cycling the length of Britain to raise funds for a charity that aims to help other sufferers survive.
An athlete from Blackwell battled mechanical problems as well as fellow competitors to become the National Triathlon Champion.
St Andrew’s First School in Barnt Green held an “Everything Is Awesome” Lego-themed summer fete – complete with a guest appearance by
Emmet, a favourite character from The Lego Movie.
The challenge of meeting the health needs of a growing community was highlighted at talks between the Alvechurch GP practice and village representatives.
The little hamlet of Withybed Green celebrated its fifth Withyfest on June 29, writes Mary Green.
Bordesley Residents Association is asking residents to send in photographs of the area to illustrate its new website.
Lickey & Blackwell Parish Council now has an official Parish Office at the Trinity Centre on Rose Hill for one day a week, following the settlement of a wrangle with Holy Trinity Church over hire fees.
An Alvechurch mother and daughter completed the annual Cancer Research UK Race for Life in Arrow Valley Park, Redditch, reaching their fundraising target of £500.
A team from Worcestershire Highways and partners Ringway helped improve the site access to the Alvechurch allotments off Old Rectory Lane, helped by plotholders including Angela Lee and Janet Daniels (above).
Cofton Hackett youngster Josh Field is celebrating cycling success with a series of great performances.
The increasing problem of heavy goods vehicles thundering through Alvechurch is to be investigated by the village’s parish council.
The infamous black poplar tree which fell between the cricket club and The Meadows in Alvechurch could be turned into a public art installation.
A happy couple who started their married life in Alvechurch are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary this month.
A group of women gathered outside Fresh@ Burcot Garden Centre to take part in the first-ever Worldwide Knit In Public Day.