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Bromsgrove
Sunday, November 28, 2021

Bridge bonus for Acorns

Barnt Green hosted its fourth annual “Café bridge” fundraiser at four village venues, with local businesses donating prizes to help raise £1,000 for Acorns...
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Lib Dems choose candidate

The Hagley doctor who turned whistle-blower over the Government’s “Operation Yellowhammer” is to be the Liberal Democrats’ prospective parliamentary candidate for Bromsgrove. Dr David Nicholl said:...
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Jake stars in golf contests

A young Barnt Green golfer helped his Bromsgrove Golf Club team-mates to win this year’s Junior West Midlands Golf League, in a close-fought final...
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Eco-party project

Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands. An enterprising mother from The Oakalls has embraced an environmentally friendly idea for reducing waste at children’s parties. Sammy...

Car park plan ‘still a benefit’

A new parish car park at Rowney Green is still on the agenda, despite a change of heart by a youth football team which...
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Landmark tree lost

Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands. The beautiful horse chestnut tree that used to stand on Davenham Road has had to be cut down...

Rotary fundraiser

The Rotary Club of North Worcestershire raised funds for local charities by hosting an ABBA tribute concert at Artrix in Bromsgrove. New Rotary president David Foster...
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Duck house disappears

Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands. Work to clear foliage from around the estate’s balancing pond revealed a mystery – the disappearance of the...
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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...

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...