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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Hibs having a ball


Season of success for youth squads

Alvechurch United U7s have just completed their first season in football, winning the Central Warwickshire Autumn and Spring Cups along the way. The club is...

Picnic party!

The annual Alvechurch Picnic in the Park was officially opened by Professor Sir Keith Porter and offered the usual feast of fun for all the...

Remembering D-Day

Sarah Rees reports on the latest happenings on the Oakalls and Parklands.   A commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day was held at St Godwald’s Church in...

Become a friend of Bittell Reservoirs

Barnt Green Waters is encouraging villagers to get involved in a new “Friends of Bittell Reservoirs” scheme, enabling them to enjoy and appreciate the...

Marking 30 years of Morris

Alvechurch Morris celebrated their 30th anniversary with a day of dancing around the village, calling at The Weighbridge, The Crown, The Red Lion and...


Undeterred by the build-up of rain, rain, and more rain, the second GlastonBeoley charity music festival went ahead as planned – and beat its...

Finnley meets Vinny

Eight-year-old Finnley Siembab, of Alvechurch, was the latest winner of a Mini Vinny in our monthly competition. If you want to win one for yourself,...

Garden fun at Lawns

The Lawns care home in Alvechurch had a bit of luck with the weather for its recent Garden Party, with the rain stopping just...

Rating improves

The Deedar restaurant in Barnt Green has improved its food hygiene rating from one star to four stars (Good), after an inspection in April.

Car park decision

Alvechurch Parish Council will decide this month whether to continue to pay for surface water run-off at Alvechurch Social Club car park, which the club...