Monthly Archives: May, 2019

Tim’s off on Tour

An Alvechurch resident is taking part inthe world's longest mountain bike race to raise funds for Cancer Research. Tim Roberts, of Roberts Bespoke Joinery in the...

Come to the car wash

1st Lickey Scouts will once again hold a car wash fundraiser in Cofton Hackett on June 15. The event runs from 8.30am to 12 noon,...

Restaurant to the rescue

Aston Fields restaurant Fuso came to the rescue of pupils from Winterfold School in Chaddesley Corbett when their class trip was cancelled. A class of...

Power to the people

The power of a “people’s plan” has been confirmed by a planning inspector’s rejection of three houses in the Green Belt at Hopwood. In his...

100-mile ride

Some of the 17,000 cyclists who took part in the 100-mile Birmingham & Midlands Velo approach Leach Green Lane in Rednal where, with around...

WI’s birthday bash

The committee of Alvechurch WI prepare to cut their cake during a celebration to mark the group’s 90th birthday. The party took place in the...

A handful of votes

The Conservatives hung on to control of Bromsgrove Council by as few as 14 votes in the local elections as independents established firm foundations...

Hall marks 90 years

Alvechurch Village Hall celebrated its 90th anniversary, with committee members and helpers partying like it was 1929.

New faces

The new chairman of Alvechurch Parish Council is Marc Worrall, chosen unanimously by councillors at their May meeting. Former chairman Andy Humphries will be vice-chairman. Newly-elected...

Lift saga rolls on

The saga of the missing lifts at Barnt Green railway station rumbles on, with parish councillors seeking a meeting with the Department for Transport. County and...