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Bromsgrove
Monday, March 1, 2021

Be prepared. . .

New parish clerk Jayne Smailes told Alvechurch councillors they should be prepared for “Operation London Bridge” – the protocol for the death of a major...
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Waes Hael to all!

Aelfgythe Border Morris’ Squire, Pam Morley, reports on their wassail. Aelfgythe Border Morris hosted another successful annual Wassail, starting at The Crown Inn, Withybed, with...

‘Park this plan’ plea

Proposals for street parking restrictions close to a village railway station should be put to residents at a public meeting, say parish councillors. Responding to...

Delay to Post Office plans

The reinstatement of the chimneys at the former post office building in Alvechurch, as recommended by Bromsgrove’s Conservation Officer, has been delayed due to...

Sucker schedule sought

Alvechurch Parish Council is to ask the county council for its gulley-cleaning schedule following concerns over drainage and flooding. Coun Peter Freeman told colleagues parish...

Speed meeting

Concerns over speeding traffic in Weatheroak came to a head after a recent crash on Weatheroak Hill. County and district councillor Charlie Hotham was due to...

Development fears

Plans for 10 new houses in Hopwood were turned down by Bromsgrove’s planning inspector, but Alvechurch parish councillors fear that the developer could come back...

Effects of train delays

A lack of confidence in the train service could be causing more people to take their cars into Birmingham, Alvechurch parish councillor John Cypher told...
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Crafty cheques

After raising £2,900 during 2019, the Alvechurch Knit & Natter group was able to make donations to four charities, whose representatives were presented with...
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Lounge looks for help

Volunteering brings rewards for everyone, writes Bill Ulyett, chairman of trustees at The Lounge in Alvechurch. The Lounge has been serving the community in Alvechurch...