Following on from our Burcot Forge feature last issue, we take a closer look at one of the businesses operating from the site.
Despite a rather damp start, Tardebigge Fair & Show went on to be one of the most successful ever, raising a grand total of £5,210.
Jenni Ameghino marks the last leave-take of the Alvechurch Woodcraft Folk.
Great weather in June and July helped the gardens open in Alvechurch under the National Gardens Scheme to raise £2,981.60 for the scheme’s charities – plus more than £400 in plants sales in aid of the Where Next? Association.
Staff at The Abbey Hotel in Bordesley raised £800 for Acorns Children’s Hospice in a sponsored rowing machine event.
The trust that owns the shopping precinct in the centre of Alvechurch says it would welcome ideas from residents on ways to improve the site.
Bespoke kitchens used to exist only at the top end of the market, but nowadays they are much more accessible to everyone – and a prime example is My Kitchens.
Yes, it’s that time of year again – and Alvechurch Alight 2006 promises to be bigger and better than ever as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
May I say to Natasha Tucker that I think her remarks about St Laurence church yard are most uncalled-for.
Re: overgrown graveyard (Village Views, July/August): Once again, we have relatives from the suburbs complaining about what, after all, is a beautiful country churchyard.
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