Memory Lane, the group for those living with memory loss due to age, depression, stroke or dementia, held a very successful fundraiser outside The Lounge.
Alvechurch Community Choir has planned a “Village Christmas”, performing in all sorts of locations in the run-up to the big day.
Lickey resident Verity Smith will be putting her creative side to good use this Christmas to raise money for worthy causes.
North Bromsgrove High School triumphed over Bromsgrove School in the annual Michael Holt Debate, sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of North Worcs and Bromsgrove.
Barnt Green resident Lily Dobson was named Apprentice of the Year at Retail Week’s Rising Stars Awards.
10th Bromsgrove Brownies joined Worcestershire’s County Centenary Celebration at Blackwell Adventure.
Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands . . .
Joan Baker, of Barnt Green, was the latest winner of our monthly Vinny competition.
For a Christmas gift for the person who has everything, how about a book on the history of Alvechurch and its surrounding villages?
A former resident of Rednal has given the Village area a starring role in his debut novel.
Villagers in Alvechurch, Lickey and Blackwell have been receiving training on the use of new community public access defibrillators.
Alvechurch parish caretaker Rob Watkin has received recognition for his work in fostering.
District Councillor Charlie Hotham told the Alvechurch and Barnt Green Parish Council meetings that Bromsgrove District Council is to appoint a new Regeneration Manager, responsible not only for the town centre but for outlying villages too.
Network Rail has been accused of scaremongering to keep the pedestrian crossing over the rail line at Cofton Hackett closed for more than six months.
Crowds jostled to get a glimpse of Twiggy as she officially opens the new Marks & Spencer superstore at Longbridge.
Linthurst Newtown in Blackwell has been declared the most family-friendly place to live in and around Birmingham.
A petition calling for 20mph speed limits throughout the villages of Alvechurch parish has been gathering names online.
Organisers of the now-annual Alvechurch Picnic in the Park have already announced the date of next year’s revels: Sunday May 1, 2016.
Children from Alvechurch Middle School placed poppy crosses at the war memorial on Bear Hill during the annual ceremony on Remembrance Day.
The decision on whether a Barnt Green road junction must be moved has been deferred for further traffic figures.