A week of celebrations to mark the bicentenary of a village school.
Barnt Green and Hopwood turned their backs on the Tories in the Bromsgrove elections.
Local democracy has taken a hit across The Village area before a single vote has been cast.
A group of people from the Life After Stroke Centre in Bromsgrove enjoyed a canal boat trip organised by The Bromsgrove Lions Club and Anglo Welsh Waterway Holidays.
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.
A group of young performers from Revolutions Dance Studio in Tardebigge enjoyed success at the United Baton Twirlers National Championships.
Fans of the full English were in for a treat when Tardebigge Community Hall hosted “Britain’s Biggest Breakfast” for charity.
More than 200 Brownies from the Bromsgrove division – which includes Alvechurch, Barnt Green, Tardebigge, Cofton, Lickey and Blackwell – joined together to celebrate 100 years of the Brownie movement.
While The Village prides itself on its 138 issues and counting, we can only marvel in awe at the achievement of The Worcester-Birmingham & Droitwich Canals Society.
Missing prisoner Alan Giles, who absconded from HMP Hewell at Tardebigge ten days ago, has been arrested after a tip-off.