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.
Tardebigge Fair & Show will soon be here again to provide a great afternoon’s entertainment and bargains for all the family on Saturday September 9!
Rev Alan White, historian, author and former priest-in-charge at St Bartholomew’s Church, Tardebigge, has died at the age of 98.
Host families in the Village area are required for the third annual visit by a large group of young French students.
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.
If you’re over 13 years old, and reliable, with an email address and bank account, you can join the waiting list for our delivery team.
A Heritage Open Weekend at the Tardebigge Lime Kilns site attracted visitors from as far away as Toddington and Sussex.
Tardebigge Fair & Show kept visitors entertained with traditional stalls, sideshows and the Produce Show, despite the soggy weather!
Early downpours gave way to sunny skies as the annual Tardebigge Fair & Show began.