Monthly Archives: March, 2005

Lickey End road campaign

Lickey End residents are being urged to sign a petition calling for action after a six-year-old girl was almost knocked down outside her school.

A view of the future. . .

The view at Lye Meadow has improved immeasurably over the last couple of months.

Rugby Rhinos honour MP

Bromsgrove MP Julie Kirkbride visited Kings Norton Rugby Club together with Alvechurch ward district councillors June Griffiths and Roger Hollingworth to see the progress made by the under-13s youth rugby section, known as the Rhinos.

Planning for new season

Barnt Green Cricket Club is busy making plans for the new season, starting with Registration Day on April 10 (10.30am to 3pm) when the Fearnley Cricket Shop will be in attendance with a full range of equipment at discounted prices.

Gardening at the Grange

Hannah Genders digs up the fascinating garden history of Burcot Grange.

Queens of the catwalk

The annual fashion show organised by Bromsgrove District Council for International Women’s Day was another big success.

There is life after divorce

. . . It really can have a happy ending.

Aspiration moves into the bedroom

It wasn’t that long ago that bedroom furniture was, well, a bed . . . usually coupled with a chest of drawers and a wardrobe (all matching, if you were posh).

Dan’s double act!

Talented teenager excels in paints & pedals.

Test out a therapy

Free sessions on offer at open day run by Barnt Green and Alvechurch complementary group.