Patients call for action over ‘hit and miss’ system.
The first concert of Bromsgrove School Concert Club took place on October 22, 1963 with a piano recital by Nina Milkina.
The Stained Glass Windows Appeal at St Laurence Church in Alvechurch will get a major boost thanks to a special concert by a folk music icon.
Alvechurch Village Hall was filled with a diverse array of paintings, drawings and photographs as it hosted the fourth annual art exhibition by students from Pam’s Art Classes.
Grosvenor House care home in Alvechurch couldn’t have picked a better day for its Summer Fete, sandwiched between two days of torrential rain.
Oakalls author Sue Watson is celebrating after her latest novel waltzed its way to the top of the book charts.
Nine-year-old Kali Lawton, of Alvechurch, was the latest winner of our monthly Vinny competition.
Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands . . .
The Alvechurch Historical Society Museum in School Lane is open to villagers on September 12 and 19 from 2.30-4.30pm.
A main road route into Barnt Green was due to be reopened as The Village went to press.
Village traffic campaigners have voiced their frustration after a planned speed enforcement programme had to be abandoned, blaming failures at the county council.
The organisers of this month’s Barnt Green Outdoor Cinema weekend have released full details of the event, which takes place at Barnt Green Sports Club on September 4 and 5.
Village reader Vicki Stiles is encouraging villagers to help her raise money for two charities by attending a special bash in Lickey.
A patients’ group from Alvechurch medical centre is campaigning to raise awareness of a bizarre anomaly that’s causing difficulties for village residents needing treatment.
Next summer may seem a long way off, but the organisers of a Barnt Green event want you to get the date in your diaries early!
Alvechurch residents are invited to come and learn how the village’s new defibrillator works.
Elaine Maughan, of Blackwell, was the latest winner of our monthly Vinny competition.
Bright sunshine rewarded the 60 or so cyclists who took part in the 18th annual charity cycle ride along the canal from Withybed Green in Alvechurch to Digliss Basin in Worcester.
The removal of a recycling point at Tanyard Lane car park in Alvechurch prompted parish councillor Martin Ball to suggest the village’s mothballed skate ramp could be put there for youngsters to use over the summer.
Residents of Lickey, Blackwell and Cofton Hackett are invited to join a Neighbourhood Plan event on Saturday September 12, exploring the footpaths, streets, buildings and landscapes to collect evidence for a historical environment survey.