There’s an ‘Indoor Decluttering Sale’ at Rowheath Pavilion this Saturday 30th June from 10am-1pm. It’s the third sale of this kind they have held and will have over 30 stalls selling everything from clothes, games, books, household items, jewellery and much more.
A new set of lights on Bournville Village Green will get officially switched on this Saturday 24th March at 7pm. The lights are part of the ongoing renewal of lighting in the area except these lights will be of a ‘traditional’ design.
Bournville Junior School is considering its future status having registered an interest in becoming an Academy School with the Department for Education. It’s one of 21 Birmingham schools that have enquired and two others in our area have also asked the government for further details.
Students studying Art & Design in the School of Art in Bournville are to display their final year work in their annual summer show.
Bournville will have a royal visitor next week when The Duke of Gloucester visits Bournville Infant School, which is celebrating its centenary this year, and Bournville Village Trust’s redevelopment of Lower Shenley.
UPDATED: Residents in Willow road in Bournville have accused the City Council of failing to adhere to conservation area rules by removing trees from the length of their road and then failing to reinstate them due to costs.
Vandals have caused significant damage to trees in Bournville Park over the weekend. At least two trees next to the playground at the Linden Road end of the park were hacked into with a sharp instrument. The damage was spotted by local resident Ron Woodhouse on Saturday morning who described those responsible as “sick”.
Local running club Bournville Harriers are facing a tough challenge this weekend as they compete in the second cross-country meeting of the season. The men’s team face relegation should their form not improve by the time the season finishes in February – they currently lie third from bottom in the league. Having won promotion in [...]
More speculation over whether Swiss firm Nestlé will make a bid for our hometown chocolate factory. As we all know, all the big guns are vying for a piece of Cadburys – with American companies Hershey and Kraft getting in on the action. So far, however, the Cadbury clan are remaining robust in rejecting very [...]
At last it’s time to turn on the beautiful Christmas light on Bournville Green. While the city centre seems to be showering it’s trees and walkways with shimmering festive flair earlier and eariler each year, Bournville Green always sticks to turning on the lights on the first Tuesday of December. We received this message from [...]