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Bromsgrove police linking two burglaries
The first burglary took place at a property in Fairlight Drive, Barnt Green, between 8.40am-3pm, while the second incident happened in Staple Flat, Lickey End, between 3.20-3.55pm. In the Lickey End burglary they unbolted a side gate to gain access to the rear garden, smashing a kitchen window.
Mon May 20, 2013
Charity boost by Cradley Heath floral club
A SALE of plants and hanging baskets at a Cradley Heath floral demonstration raised A 300 for Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Sun May 19, 2013
Bestselling author visits pupils at town school
Buy this photo Author Chris Bradford visited Bromsgrove Preparatory School, speaking to pupils including Zac Ralph, 12, and Tristan Hall, 11.
Sat May 18, 2013
Town turns out to pay respects to former policeman John Moss
That last beat ended at a packed St Mary's Church, Kington , where family and friends were waiting to say farewell.
Bromsgrove woman hits out at bdht over damp house
A WOMAN who says her damp property is putting her health at risk has claimed Bromsgrove District Housing Trust is doing nothing to remedy the situation.
a Professional storyteller entertained youngsters during a visit to a Bromsgrove school.
Excited youngsters at St Peter's Catholic First School, in Rock Hill, welcomed Adrian Beckingham, better known as The Man from Story Mountain , last Wednesday, . Mr Beckingham has visited hundreds of school across the UK with his storytelling workshops, designed to bring characters to life.
Bromsgrove could get more taxi ranks near night spots
PLANS for Bromsgrove to have an extended taxi rank close to the town's two latest opening night spots will go before the district council's licensing committee on Monday .
Bromsgrove dad killed himself by setting alight his car
A FATHER set fire to his own car while he was locked inside because he could not come to terms with his mother becoming unwell, an inquest heard.
Bromsgrove resident receives British Empire award
Charlie Nelson, left, received a British Empire Medal at a County Hall ceremony.
Fri May 17, 2013
Minister snubs residents on Alex visit
CAMPAIGNERS claim the Health Minister has supported putting the two options for the future of the Alexandra Hospital to the public but residents say they feel snubbed after he failed to stop to talk to them.
Bromsgrove District Council's cabinet unchanged
At the annual general meeting, held at the Council House on May 15, council leader Roger Hollingworth revealed there had been no changes to the composition of the cabinet.
Thu May 16, 2013
A four foot tall statue of a Masai warrior stands in one of the gardens.
GARDENING enthusiasts in Bromsgrove might catch a glimpse of a Masai warrior peering out of the undergrowth this weekend as part of the National Garden Scheme's open gardens in the district.
61-year-old man died after being committed for trial for sexual assault
A MAN died soon after being committed for trial on a charge of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old Bromsgrove girl.
Bromsgrove Twinning Association welcomes French visitors
Bromsgrove Twinning Association's outgoing chairman Judith Stephenson was presented gifts by new chairman Roger Westbury, at the annual general meeting.
Wed May 15, 2013
Bromsgrove bids farewell to traffic warden Roy
IT WAS the end of an era in Bromsgrove yesterday when long-standing traffic warden Roy Gibson hung up his hat and ticket book.
Businessman embarks on charity trek after prostate cancer check
A DROITWICH Spa businessman is preparing for his third overseas adventure to raise money for a disabled children's charity.
BROMSGROVE police are investigating a burglary in Barnt Green.
Burglars broke into a home in Shepley Road between 8.15am-2.50pm on Monday, , stealing various electrical items and jewellery.
Hagley pals prepare to take on Mount Kilimanjaro
HAGLEY pals Hollie Jones and Jack Griffiths stunned family and friends when they decided to raise money for charity - by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Bromsgrove residents urged to support Alex protest
BROMSGROVE residents are being urged to attend a protest to make their feelings clear over the future of the Alexandra Hospital, when health minister Dr Dan Poulter visits tomorrow.
Tue May 14, 2013
Visitors take to two wheels for cycle festival
The event was held in Vines Park on Sunday, May 5 as part of this year's St Richard's Festival programme.