Friday, November 24, 2023

Thomas meets Vinny

Two-year-old Thomas Roulston, of Lickey End, was the latest winner of a Mini Vinny in our monthly competition. If you want to win one for...

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...

Training for the Marathon

Village runners are in the last few weeks of training for the London Marathon to raise money for a range of causes.

Win a Mini Vinny!

Our Vinny-spotters are getting younger! The latest winner of our monthly competition was two-year-old Olivia Roulston of Lickey End.

Generation game

Redditch United under-14 girls, a side which includes a number of players from Lickey End, Marlbrook, Barnt Green and Alvechurch, took on their dads – and one mum – in an end-of-season match.

Helping the heroes

A Lickey End resident has raised funds for Help For Heroes by completing the Edinburgh Marathon.

Roll out the barrel

Pupils from Lickey End First School “rolled out the barrel” after the school raised £446 for charity in a sponsored word challenge.

Police investigate Lickey End death

Police are still trying to establish how Lickey End resident David Currier, aged 35, died.

Wreathing the rewards

Lickey resident Verity Smith has raised £1,134 for charity by running a series of festive wreath-making workshops.

Lambs visit Lickey

Children at Abacus Nursery, Lickey End, enjoyed a visit by two new lambs.