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Bromsgrove
Monday, May 25, 2020

A handful of votes

The Conservatives hung on to control of Bromsgrove Council by as few as 14 votes in the local elections as independents established firm foundations...

Election results

The election results for Bromsgrove District Council are as follows: Alvechurch South: Trevor Charles BLAND (Conservative)   398 Alan Frederick COOPER (Labour)  54 Annette Barbara Louise ENGLISH (Independent)...

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...

French students seek host families

Host families in the Village area are required for the third annual visit by a large group of young French students.

Coaching young talent

With women’s football becoming ever more popular, young girls are increasingly keen to get involved in the game – and although a few schools do now provide footballing opportunities for female pupils, it’s great to enhance this with some expert coaching.

Lickey Hills dog-attack witnesses urged to come forward

Witnesses are being urged to come forward after a dog walker told how five other dogs attacked and killed her pet in the Lickeys.

Tournament success for family-run club

Family-run club Rubery Taekwon-Do has gone from strength to strength since it began two years ago with just six students.

Victorian market opening in Rubery

Rubery is set is to become the thriving market town it once was, thanks to the development of a Victorian-themed indoor market and café.

Thank you to Children’s Hospital

Young Joshua Davies of Rubery has been fundraising for Birmingham Children’s Hospital A&E department, which saved his life last December when he developed meningitis and a blood clot on the brain.

Stage show to celebrate cancer survivors

Rednal film producer Martin Nigel Davey has a brand new project in the pipeline – a very special stage show in aid of UK cancer charities.