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Monday, March 1, 2021
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How to make your Christmas greener!

Why not take the hassle out of your post-Christmas clear up and support Birmingham Children’s Hospital at the same time? Last year, Cofton-based Fee’s Trees...
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Footbridge finally open

The new footbridge over the railway at Cofton Hackett – installed at a cost of £1 million to replace the original foot crossing deemed...
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Hall opens its doors

Cofton Hackett’s brand new village hall was officially opened with a special launch weekend, and is now seeking volunteers to help keep it running...

Plan close to approval

A Neighbourhood Plan for Lickey & Blackwell and Cofton Hackett parishes is close to being approved by an independent examiner. “We are looking forward to having...
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Short-cut concerns

Cofton Hackett residents are pleading with councillors, police and their MP to prevent vehicles using Ten Ashes Lane as a  “dangerous” cut-through. Despite signs warning...

Cardinal to become saint

Cardinal John Henry Newman, the 19th-century theologian who founded Birmingham Oratory and is buried in the Lickeys, will be canonised in the Vatican on October...
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Woody inspires charity

A bereaved father has launched a new children’s charity in memory of his baby son. Woody (below), who was born to Cofton Hackett couple Matthew and...

New hall cash plea

Trustees of the new Cofton Village Hall have made an urgent appeal for more funds, to enable the building to open this summer after...

Come to the car wash

1st Lickey Scouts will once again hold a car wash fundraiser in Cofton Hackett on June 15. The event runs from 8.30am to 12 noon,...

Power to the people

The power of a “people’s plan” has been confirmed by a planning inspector’s rejection of three houses in the Green Belt at Hopwood. In his...