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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Barnt Green taken with 1066

Barnt Green and Hopwood turned their backs on the Tories in the Bromsgrove elections.

A supporter at county

Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands . . .

Showtime at Tardebigge

Visitors flocked to the ever-popular Tardebigge Fair & Show on a sunny September afternoon, when all sorts of fun events were taking place in and around the well-known landmark of St Bartholomew’s Church.

Tales from the cut

Last month we told you that Bromsgrove historian the Rev Alan White has republished his book, The Worcester and Birmingham Canal: Chronicles of the Cut, which details the canal’s complete history.

Delight after the deluge

Despite monsoon-like rain at the start, the annual Tardebigge Fair & Show offered a great day out thanks to the community spirit of organisers and visitors alike.

Peppa pops in

Children at Tardebigge Fair and Show were in for a treat when beloved character Peppa Pig declared the event open and greeted her fans.

Finstall speed appeal

Sarah Rees reports from the Oakalls and Parklands . . .

Hot meals going down a treat

Children at Tardebigge First School now have the option of a nutritious hot meal at lunchtime, in keeping with the school’s focus on a healthy lifestyle.

Tardebigge goes back in time

A week of celebrations to mark the bicentenary of a village school.

New road ‘paves way for flood of houses’

Campaigners in Brockhill, on the north edge of Redditch, are warning that development plans to be decided this month could open up a route for new Green Belt housing on the edge of Alvechurch and Tardebigge.