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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Council ‘disregard’ for residents

I am a resident of Kendal End Road and would agree wholeheartedly with the resident of Cherry Hill Road (“Lack of urgency in road closure”, March 2017)

Church could chip in for the hall

As a resident of Cofton Hackett, I was interested to read the article in last month’s Village regarding the apparent poor response from Cofton...

Smoke signals no change

Hello, here we are again. . . a sunny but cold and clear day, 29/12/2014, 3.30 pm. A large smoky bonfire somewhere in Withybed Lane by the railway bridge.

No place to park

As a small business owner who pays towards the upkeep of this part of The Square in Alvechurch and who cares about the safety of my customers, who are mainly the elderly and moms with young children, I find this sort of behaviour outrageous.

Spend our money on Cofton, please

Can I say how appalled I was to read that some undisclosed amount left over from Cofton’s section 106 money would be spent on...

Re-classify land as green belt

The planning application aimed at imposing an unwanted 92-unit housing estate on Barnt Green, has more than touched the area’s collective nerve, it seems.

We already pay for green bins

Am I the only person who is getting confused? What is this “free“ green bin collection (The Village News, February 2008)?

Bin and gone

It beggars belief that Bromsgrove District Council wants folk to be nothing more than slave labour to carry bins to and from their abode.

Self-help is the only answer to litter

“Footpaths resemble the rainforest” letter (September edition). It sounds a very similar situation in ”forgotten” Portway, the poor relation of the Beoley Parish.

Getting nowhere

Regarding Marlbrook Tip, I have seen a number of emails asking the same questions and expressing the same concerns as when I spoke with Ruth Bamford, the Head of Planning for Bromsgrove and Redditch, in February 2011 and the lorries were halted.