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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Bordesley’s creative side

Bordesley is fighting back to demonstrate that it is a residential area that really matters to the people who live there.They were stung into...
Alicia and friends

Horses’ happy home

Alicia Stanford (centre) and her horses Treacle and Tuffy settle into their new Alvechurch paddock with the help of (from left) Melissa Crow, Mia...
Tim Roberts stops to admire the view during the Tour Divide race.

Eating up the mountains

ALVECHURCH extreme cyclist Tim Roberts is back in training – this time for The Silk Road Mountain Race through Kyrgyzstan.Tim completed the Tour Divide...
The Fieldson Orchard

Welcome to the Fieldson Orchard

The legacy of Rob Fieldson’s work will live on in many ways, but there will now be a lasting tribute in his name, thanks...
Bordesley Matters

Bordesley fights back

Residents of Bordesley, who already suffer constant heavy traffic between Redditch and the bottom of the Alvechurch bypass, are now facing the consequences of...
Rhubarb growing in an urban park.

Market garden dream

A group of villagers is hoping to launch a market garden to provide people with fresh, locally grown organic fruit and vegetables. Incredible Edible Alvechurch,...
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The Village Archive. . . 20 years ago

A look back at what was happening around here in March 2000. This issue covered both February and March 2000, and alongside the “RIP Green...
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The Village Archive. . . 10 years ago

A look back at what was happening around here in March 2010. Our March 2010 cover showed some of the daffodils planted by Alvechurch Village...
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Village Archive. . . 20 years ago

A look back at what was going on in February/March 2000. The Village was now being published bi-monthly, and our February/March 2000 cover (the design...
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Village Archive. . . 10 years ago

A look back at what was happening around here in February 2010. A spell of wintry weather inspired our February 2010 cover shot, showing geese...