On Saturday 28 September you are invited to participate in the Barnt Green community walk and pig roast. You can choose from four guided walks varying from 6.5 miles to 2.5 miles. The walks will start and finish at the Friends’ Meeting House in Sandhills Road, Barnt Green and take in many local beauty spots including […]
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The Midland Sinfonia invite you to an evening of ‘Heroic Music’ at the Artrix Arts Centre on Saturday 12 October. Richard Laing, conductor and Nathaniel Vallois, guest soloist. £16 for adults£5 for full time students and registered unemployedChildren free if accompanied by a adult. Tickets are available at www.artrix.co.uk or by calling 01527 577330.
Each year the Parish Council distributes hanging baskets throughout the village. This year they were judged by local horticulturalist, Jackie Hardy. Many of the hanging baskets are located outside shops and looked after by individual retailers. Councillors would like to thank all those who have looked after the baskets through the summer and added colour to the […]
The Parish Council is looking to recruit volunteers to assist with weekly safety checks of the play equipment at Millennium Park and Parker’s Piece. The work is not onerous requiring a weekly visual check of the equipment and completion of a tick box report confirming that the check has been made and identifying any areas […]
All Parish Council correspondence should be forwarded to: The Executive Officer, Barnt Green Parish Council80 Hewell Road, Barnt Green, Worcestershire, B45 8NFEmail: email@example.comTel: 0121 447 9893 The Parish Council office is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 10.00am and 1.00pm. Follow this link to contact your parish councillors
In May 2013, Banner Homes submitted a new full application for 88 dwellings on Fiery Hill Road. The Parish Council, while acknowledging that some development is inevitable given the existing outline planning permission granted in July 2012, argues that the number of dwellings should be limited to approximately 50. Read the Parish Council response in full.