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Bromsgrove
Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Brown river still flowing

The “brown river of Bordesley” is still flowing, while new street lighting is yet to be installed. Parish councillor Steve Lewis told Alvechurch colleagues: “We still...

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...

Brown river remains

Hearing that street lighting was to be repaired in Bordesley, Alvechurch parish councillor Steve Hornsby told colleagues: “I am very pleased because it will give...

Bordesley river

Bordesley has a “new natural feature”, according to parish councillor Steve Hornsby, who told colleagues that when it rains a river of brown water...

Car boot concern

The return of a car boot sale by Cobb’s Barn roundabout, Bordesley, has “caused a lot of anxiety”, district councillor Annette English told Alvechurch parish...

Time to have your say

Villagers now have only a few weeks left to have their say on the future development of Bromsgrove district. Bromsgrove District Council is holding a...
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The housebuilders’ neighbourhood plan

Depending on your point of view, this map could look like a fantastic opportunity to expand a village into a vibrant near-town . ....
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Plenty to see in Penny’s garden

A charity garden party held in Bordesley attracted a host of visitors and raised money for three charities. Penny Disbury has been opening her garden, The...
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Swans walk

The family of swans featured in our June magazine, including our “cover cob”, have been on the move once more, seeking out fresh feeding...
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New kids on the block

Village reader Paul Wilde sent us these pictures showing a new brood of cygnets that hatched in May near Abbey Meadows in Bordesley. He first photographed...