Birmingham could use 1,000 acres of Bromsgrove greenbelt to build

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BIRMINGHAM could use more than 1,000 acres of Bromsgrove's greenbelt to build 10,000 homes, it has been revealed. Birmingham City Council's (BCC) cabinet committee is now compiling a 'strategy' report on the land which lies to the south west of ... More»

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Bromsgrove Baptist Church to open its doors

BROMSGROVE Baptist Church will be opening its doors for a host of events. The first is at 10am on Sunday (September 21) which everyone is welcome to, expecially those previously ... More »

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Belbroughton antiques dealer finds man's lost family heirlooms in ginger

A MAN said he was ‘gobsmacked’ after a Belbroughton antiques dealer reunited him with £3,000 worth of family heirlooms that had been lost for almost a decade. Phil Sims, the ... More »

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Bromsgrove Police begin clampdown on 'boy racers'

POLICE officers this week began Operation Overdue which is aimed at clamping down on drivers who use Bromsgrove's roads as a race track. We reported last week how - in ... More »

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Claims made about Hillsborough gates being opened

THE MATCH day police commander in charge on the day of the Hillsborough disaster where a Bromsgrove man died, went to a social club hours after the tragedy, a court ...More»

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Bromsgrove family's mission to raise 15k for boy's op

THE FAMILY of a Bromsgrove schoolboy is battling to raise £15,000 for a life-changing operation he has been denied because of NHS cuts. Twelve-year-old Mason Jackson, who attends Chadsgrove Special ...More»

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Bromsgrove Muslims lambast Islamic State and the David Haines murder

THE CHAIRMAN of the Bromsgrove Muslim Community Trust has condemned the actions of the 'Islamic State' group which beheaded British aid worker David Haines. Writing this week for The Standard, ...More»

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Macmillan coffee mornings to be held across Bromsgrove

A VARIETY of businesses, community groups, churches and other organisations across Bromsgrove and Droitwich will join others from across the UK which will be holding a coffee morning in the ...More»

Bromsgrove fire and police services hold open day

Bromsgrove YMCA revamp

American Civil War comes to Avoncroft

Barnt Green residents invited to walk up appetite

Plans set in motion for Bromsgrove Festival 2015

Unemployment in Bromsgrove drops

Elderly cat needs place to call home

Man criticises coverage of fire at Stoke Prior Steam Rally

Duchess gives seal of approval in Bromsgrove

Bromsgrove teen heads for top dance school

New MoodMaster courses in Bromsgrove to help with anxiety

Van flips over in Bromsgrove crash

New shoe shop to open its doors in Bromsgrove

36,627 Bromsgrove and South Birmingham residents at risk of ID

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Wythall benefit fraudster falsely claimed £30,000

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GPs voice patient safety fears over plans for the Alex

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Police to clamp down on Bromsgrove ‘boy racers’

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Man indecently exposed himself to schoolgirls in Bromsgrove

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Storage needed for Socks and Chocs appeal

Longbridge Methodists donate £4,000 to Tiny Babies

Trainee Bromsgrove firefighter receives prestigious award

New Rubery vicar starts role

Missing man returns home safe and well

Rubery Youth Club tries lawn bowls

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