Steve and Jane Fletcher have pulled their last pints at the Swan Inn, Alvechurch.
Hosting a dinner party but don’t fancy the hassle of cooking and serving it yourself? Barnt Green company The Kitchen Sink Ltd has the answer – chef Jon Powell will come to your home to create and serve a five-star meal for any occasion.
The Lounge community internet café celebrated its first month in business with its official opening by Village MP Sajid Javid.
Blackwell & Burcot WI enjoyed a special Thai cookery demonstration at their January meeting at Burcot Village Hall.
A fundraising event in Barnt Green raised more than £600 for breast cancer research.
Tucked away on Ash Lane in Hopwood, Five Ways Old Edwardians Sports Club offers excellent facilities for a range of sporting and social opportunities – and this thriving club is keen to let more people know about them.
As the business grows and grows, Constance Wallace is bringing traditional tea parties to an-ever increasing number of people – and owner Diane Cooke is delighted with the response.
Coopers Farm Shop in Alvechurch is hosting a Big Fun Day on Sunday November 3.
When The Village magazine, together with Neil and Nicci Gow of Burcot Garden Centre, decided to put together a charity fashion evening in aid of the County Air Ambulance, none of us realised just how successful it would be – a success that’s down to the sheer number of local people who wanted to support us.
Two Alvechurch sisters are celebrating 10 years at the helm of popular Bromsgrove tea room The Regency.