Local News

Wythall Floods: Emergency Advice Forum

Wythall Conservative Councillors Adam Kent and Geoff Denaro are inviting residents to an emergency advice forum on Friday 15th June between 5pm and 7pm in the aftermath of the recent devastating flash floods. The floods hit on Sunday 27th May affecting close to 300 homes.

Local MP hits the streets

Local MP Sajid Javid hit the streets of the town centre on Friday to chat to residents and hear about their concerns. Need Sajid's help or need to raise an issue?

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Councillors call for views

Bromsgrove’s Conservative town centre councillors have put out another call to residents following a successful surgery held in the town centre library in March.

Future secured for town centre market

The future of Bromsgrove town centre market is to be secured after Cllr Karen May, Deputy Leader of the District Council and holder of the portfolio for town centre development, announced a plan yesterday to bring management of the market in-house.

Calling Bromsgrove residents: we want to hear from you!

Local Conservative councillors including the Deputy Leader of the District Council are holding a public surgery and inviting residents to come forward with any concerns, questions, or opinions next Saturday at Bromsgrove Library.

Thinking about standing for election?

Conservative councillors are at the heart of our Party’s campaigners across Britain, our local councillors show how Conservatives earn people’s trust to deliver high quality, value-for-money public services.

Councillors join forces to combat plastic waste

The Full Council meeting of 21st February saw a dramatic moment in local politics as Labour, Conservative and Independent Councillors joined forces on a strategy to combat plastic waste in the district.

Council Tax: Bromsgrove balances the books

Yesterday evening (Wednesday 21st Feb), Bromsgrove District Council passed the Budget for 2018/19, ensuring the maintenance of all front-line services with the Council Tax rise kept below 3%: just 12p per week for the average household.