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  • Remembrance Sunday 2021
    Article: Nov 15, 2021

    Members of the Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats attended Bromsgrove's Remembrance Sunday service in the town centre on 14 November 2021 to pay their respects. Rob Hunter, Lib Dem group leader and district councillor for Norton and Lickey End, laid a wreath of poppies during the service.

  • Rob clean up
    Article: Oct 9, 2021

    A group of green fingered Lickey End residents were so fed up with the environmental damage caused by Himalayan Balsam in their community they decided to take matters into their own hands. Gathering together on the first Sunday of October, a group of 20 residents cleared a long stretch of the brook at Lickey End Recreation Ground, shifting 85 large garden bags full of weeds between them.

  • Article: Oct 6, 2021

    Worcestershire County Council has come under yet more pressure to rethink changes to the A38 after a second group of residents staged a protest over the weekend. The action in Lickey End followed protests in Central Bromsgrove last month over plans to install a 'monster bridge' connecting the two sections of Old Station Road.

  • Article: Oct 1, 2021

    Lib Dem councillors Rob Hunter and Josh Robinson are inviting residents to join them in protesting against the Conservatives' plans to increase traffic on Birmingham Road by adding an extra lane, whilst removing the right hand turn into School Lane.

    Residents are encouraged to join the protest on Sunday 3 October at 12 Noon on School Lane and Birmingham Road.

  • Rob Street Light ()
    Article: Aug 20, 2021

    That's the question being put by two angry councillors representing Lickey End, after residents were left in the dark due to a lack of streetlight repairs.

    Residents in Lickey End, Bromsgrove, have waited over A YEAR for a faulty streetlight to be repaired on a dangerous junction.

    Highways operatives in Worcestershire are supposed to fix faulty street lights within 28 days according to the County Council's policy, but residents in Lickey End are furious after the Highways Department continually ignored their requests, which started back in July 2020.