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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Music on the lawn

After nearly two months without rain, a few showers couldn’t dampen the spirit of residents and friends of Burcot Grange, who enjoyed a “Jazz...

Fun & fundraising

The British weather was no barrier to a weekend of fun and fundraising when Burcot Grange hosted two highly successful summer events.

Friends old and new

Barnt Green Friends Club enjoyed a Christmas dinner at Burcot Grange residential home.

Garden party for gargoyle

The annual garden party at Burcot Grange care home raised £730 for Blackwell First School’s gargoyle restoration.

Spooky. . .

A plethora of pumpkins was on display at Halloween as Burcot village celebrated the spookiest time of the year. Villagers young and old were invited...

Parish plan info at Eco Day

Lickey & Blackwell Parish Councillors Jill Harvey, Janet King and Keith Woolford were on hand to answer questions and give out information about the recent Parish Plan during a special Eco Day held at Burcot Village Hall.

A visit from Henry

As part of the WI’s 100-year anniversary celebrations, eight local branches enjoyed a visit from none other than King Henry VIII, writes Keith Woolford.

Knitting in public

A group of women gathered outside Fresh@ Burcot Garden Centre to take part in the first-ever Worldwide Knit In Public Day.

Afternoon of delights

The recent weather hasn’t exactly been ideal for al fresco activities, but that didn’t stop residential care home Burcot Grange hosting its annual Summer Garden Party.

Toe-tapping treat

Wet weather couldn’t spoil the fun at Burcot Grange’s annual Garden Party, which raised £600 for Acorns Children’s Hospice.