I live in London, but am related to a former resident of Alvechurch. We were interested in the article on the Bishop’s bells celebration (The Village, June 2013) and I thought people might be interested in the information below.
If frustration and futility are what turns you on, could I suggest taking an interest in local planning matters?
You are now entering Aintree racecourse – sorry, Groveley Lane, or that’s what we thought when the white picket fences went up.
How and why was such an elementary mistake made with the incorrect spelling of Athelstan on an Alvechurch street sign?
As a resident of Old Rectory Lane, Alvechurch, and a bed and breakfast proprietor, I am writing to express my serious concerns over the footpath that runs from Old Rectory Lane into The Meadows.
We returned from Alvechurch Village Society’s meeting on Wednesday June 23 about the new schools, charged up with cynicism provoked by the general tenor of the meeting.
I have just read a clipping from The Village magazine stating that an award has been granted regarding the so-called management of the Lickey cemetery.
As one of the leaders of the 1st Barnt Green Cub Scout pack, which has members from Alvechurch, Barnt Green and the surrounding villages, I’d just like to let you know how much the Cubs enjoyed the football tournaments we held at the Alvechurch MUGA this summer . . .