I always look forward to collecting a copy of The Village from Barnt Green Post Office, and the June edition’s front cover was absolutely captivating!
The news in your last issue of a fat-bellied flasher in Rowney Green has made all male residents walk around with their stomachs sucked in!
Several issues ago The Village ran a feature on The Worcestershire Jazz Orchestra, so, as a lover of live big band music, I decided to amble on down to the Droitwich Legion and have a listen.
Regarding your recent article about Withybed, a friend who used to live in one of the cottages about 50 years ago told me of several interesting bits of “history” regarding the people who lived in the area at that time.
As I wander around this picturesque village every day with my beloved dog, I am getting more and more concerned about the state of the verges and footpaths.
I would like to say thank you for the last 50 years that George has been delivering milk to residents in Cofton Hackett.
As a horse rider myself I wish to inform the disgruntled road tax payer that it is near impossible to ride “across the fields” as they put it.
I live in Cofton Church Lane and enjoy walking and running around the footpaths of this beautiful area.