Green fingered volunteers recently got stuck in to a community planting event at theSpadesbourne Brook in Lickey End Recreation Ground. Aiming to improvebiodiversity and make Lickey End a more welcoming environment for wildlife.
Local residents gathered at Lickey End Recreation Ground on a Sunday morning in May to help reintroduce native plant species after damage caused by invasive Himalayan Balsam weeds over a number of years.
After years of lack of investment, the Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats are calling on Worcestershire County Council to use the one-off windfall from the sale of the old library to invest in Bromsgrove High Street.
Bromsgrove District Council are looking to purchase the Windsor Street site from Worcestershire County Council as part of their wider regeneration plans, with the Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats calling on that windfall of money to be used to completely regenerate the High Street to make it a more appealing place to shop and help boost local businesses; instead of the money being spent in other parts of Worcestershire.
A popular community grants scheme will be cut completely after Conservative councillors rejected pleas to save it. Opposition councillors described the decision as a "kick in the teeth to kind-hearted voluntary groups."
Last week saw councillors from across Bromsgrove debate the Council's budget for the upcoming year. Bromsgrove District Council has been squeezed by the Covid-19 pandemic as well as dwindling grants from central Government. One of the most controversial decisions was to cut a community grant fund which provides small grants to voluntary groups to deliver projects and activities that benefit local residents.
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