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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Toposcope top-up

The toposcope on the Lickey Hills could benefit from “section 106” money left over from Cofton. District councillor Richard Deeming told parish councillors that Cofton didn’t...

Box of delights

Lickey and Blackwell Parish Council chairman Nick Forknell and Coun Janet King celebrated the opening of a book exchange and defibrillator station on the Old Birmingham Road, Lickey, along with people who helped bring it to life.

Prizes to be won in home contest

Alvechurch Village Society is encouraging residents to enter a Best-Dressed House competition on the theme of Pumpkins and Halloween. Entry forms can be obtained by...

War history in the hills

The final year of World War I was centre stage when the Lickey Hills Local History Society and the Lickey Hills Society held their...

Lickey Hills wind turbine rejected

Plans for a wind turbine on the Lickey Hills have been rejected by Bromsgrove District Council.

Village events to light up the summer

The spring and summer of 2016 are shaping up to be exciting times for Village residents, with events galore being planned across the area.


Christmas cheer

A group of friends held a Christmas Fair in the School Room at Lickey Hills Country Park. Calling themselves “The Crafting Friends”, they sold gifts...

Parking war continues

Despite the well-publicised campaign against pavement parking, it seems that some drivers are still treating the pavements as parking spaces.

Afternoon tea at Hillscourt

The NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, is inviting people to a local Macmillan fundraising event with a difference.

Support local business

Lickey and Blackwell residents have been encouraged to support local businesses. “It’s a case of use them or lose them,” said parish councillor Janet King.