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Saturday, September 21, 2019

Skater boys’ petition

Burglary figures fall

Burglary figures have fallen in the Alvechurch policing area, Sgt Simon Albutt told the PACT meeting.

Meadows pitch hope

The football pitch at The Meadows in Alvechurch could be drained and made playable under new plans.

MUGA set to stay

The MUGA is to stay where it is in Alvechurch if the recommendations of Bromsgrove’s Joint Overview and Scrutiny Board are accepted by the ruling Cabinet.

Bad behaviour ‘nosedives’

Antisocial behaviour around the MUGA in Alvechurch more than halved during the summer months, according to police.

MUGA findings under scrutiny

The future of the Alvechurch MUGA was to be considered at a meeting of Bromsgrove’s Scrutiny and Overview Board on August 31.


July/August 2010

So now we know . . . the MUGA play area in Alvechurch is a much-used facility and appreciated by many young families in the village. In the past we had only heard from those who opposed it; just didn’t want it anywhere near them, even before it had been built.

This is not just about swings for children

On the topic of the MUGA in Alvechurch, I do wonder if last month’s Village View was a sincere and felt concern or whether it was merely included to provoke a response.

Strong support for MUGA

The MUGA play area in Alvechurch is under review after Bromsgrove council chiefs were presented with petitions both for and against it.

Thank you for the MUGA!

It’s taken more than two years, but at last a new generation of play equipment is being enjoyed by youngsters in Alvechurch – and they’ve given it a big thumbs up.

MP settles councillors’ £50,000 question

Bromsgrove District Council acted within its rights in allocating money to the MUGA on Swans Length, it has been confirmed.