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Lawton’s View
Posted on March 22 2012 at 12:22:31

APRIL 2012

LAWTON'S VIEW APRIL 2012

THE VILLAGE VIEW
Posted on March 22 2012 at 11:54:31

APRIL 2012

When the offer of money to finally drain The Meadows in Alvechurch disappeared in a quagmire of mysterious last-minute conditions last year, you could have forgiven those left disappointed if they had just given in.

Why not try the car park?
Posted on March 20 2012 at 11:51:10

In response to Mr Carrington’s question “Where will we park?” (Village Views March 2012), there are two ideal car parks in Alvechurch, one at the Alvechurch club and the other, the council car park in Tanyard Lane.

‘Affordable’ is not ‘easy’
Posted on March 20 2012 at 11:48:10

In response to the letter “Overrun by affordable homes”, I too am disgusted – at the author’s ignorance towards the people who need “affordable” housing.

Perspective, please!
Posted on March 19 2012 at 11:50:10

In reply to “Overrun by affordable homes.”  I understand your desire to live in a “nice house in a good area” but please keep things in perspective – the percentage of affordable housing in the area is tiny and, while not a gated mansion estate, it’s not going to be a tower block.

Any ideas?
Posted on March 18 2012 at 12:07:38

This picture was taken close to the centre of Alvechurch by Alan Ogden, of Hopwood. Can any reader figure out what it is and how the intricate patterns have been formed?

Puzzle pic

The Tories are alienating our community
Posted on March 17 2012 at 11:46:10

To be frank, I salute Ruth Sault’s honesty last month (Village Views “Overrun by affordable homes”).

You can’t have it both ways
Posted on March 16 2012 at 12:33:56

The recent tragedY that struck Alvechurch Middle School attracted much media attention. I am an ITV news cameraman and reporter who has lived in the village for many years and was disappointed to hear of some complaints on Facebook recently complaining of the ‘intrusion’ of the media at both the school and St Laurence’s Church.

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