Monthly Archives: November, 2011

Pink night at The Vic

Two Barnt Green businesses came together for a charity night in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

Songs for all the old dudes

‘Intimate’ gig promises a treat for all you pretty things . . .

Capturing the magic

A Rowney Green photographer will see his work gracing the walls of Bromsgrove’s Artrix in a new exhibition this winter.

Don’t forget your tax return . . .

While it is true that Christmas is a time of giving, you would be naive to assume the taxman shares such festive thoughts. On the contrary, the taxman is positively rubbing his hands together with glee at the prospect of additional tax revenues.

Charity begins at school

Bromsgrove Pre-Preparatory and Nursery School was delighted to support Operation Christmas Child again this year, with children filling shoe boxes with gifts for underprivileged children around the world. 

It’s party time!

After a successful first year in business, Barnt Green salon BeautyBox would like to wish all their loyal clients a very merry Christmas and happy New Year, and a very big thank you for all their support.

Gentle way to health

Gently Does It, the ladies-only gym at Rednal, has a no-pressure relaxed environment with warm, friendly, welcoming and supportive staff, who will work with you to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be.

Perfect presents!

A round-up of the latest books by local authors.

Keeping it in the family

An Alvechurch institution for the best part of 40 years, David E Matthews Insurance Services is very much a traditional family business – and it’s now even more of a family affair as David’s twin brother John has joined the firm, offering private health insurance through his own company BMJ Healthcare Ltd.

Going the extra mile

With a growing ageing population – it is often said that 70 is the new 60 and 80 is the new 70 etc – more and more people are choosing to keep their independence for as long as possible by staying in their own homes with the support of home care.