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Archive - Wednesday, 10 November 2004

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  • Milestone for Millfields

    FOUR decades of care will be celebrated today at a Redditch centre dedicated to providing services for adults with learning disabilities. read more

  • Fixtures

    SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 read more

  • FORCE IS WITH MAY

    NEW signing Rory May had a dream start in a Redditch shirt as his two goals helped United into round two of the FA Trophy. read more

  • Droitwich stunned by Bedworth blitz

    Bedworth 33 read more

  • Fly-half Birch is back in the fold

    FLY-HALF Matt Birch is set to be available for Bromsgrove Rugby Club's difficult trip away at Scunthorpe on Saturday (2.30pm). read more

  • Junior round-up

    Bromsgrove under-10s almost won their first trophy in eight years at the North Midlands Festival on Sunday. read more

  • Raybould seals victory

    BROMSGROVE Colts made it seven games unbeaten with a last gasp try sealing a 22-17 win over Wolverhampton. read more

  • Motorists asked to show more care when parking

    I HAVE recently started to use a scooter to get around as I am now 83 and cannot walk far due to an asthmatic condition. read more

  • Tribute

    IT was with a great deal of regret, and loss to our community, when I heard the very understandable decision of Cllr Dr Elizabth Lammie to 'call it a day' by resigning from Bromsgrove District Council. read more

  • On the road

    BELATED thanks to a couple called Keith and Sandra (and Sandra's 85-year-old mother) who were in a car travelling through Fairfield the other night. read more

  • Swim-skate

    SHAL I abandon in poetic prose, what I hold dear and still propose; read more

  • Health care

    I READ S Neary's letter with anger regarding the closure of Fusion in St Andrew's Street, Droitwich. read more

  • No bridge

    REGARDING the plans for the Mill Lane Development in Bromsgrove the suggestion to close the pedestrian crossing from 'ASDA' car park, (Bob Stather's letter of last week), is only practical for agile pedestrians, and even they have a reluctance to use footbridges high enough to allow double deckers to pass beneath them. read more

  • Streets ahead

    FOOT-TAPPING show 42nd Street is Redditch Operatic Society's next production at the Palace Theatre. read more

  • Get your whistles ready

    FOOTBALL: WORCESTERSHIRE FA is holding a nine-week referee course for anyone interested in taking up the whistle. read more

  • New hope for good relations

    STRAINED relations between Bromsgrove Council and parish councils look set to be healed with the introduction of a new charter. read more

  • 10/11/04 - Grand effort by City for injury-hit player

    WORCESTER City chairman Dave Boddy praised supporters for their contribution towards the collection organised for injury-victim Aaron Kerr -- which was today totted up at £1,350. read more

  • Warriors snap up Premier finisher

    PAUL Sampson's first job for Worcester will be to gun down the club he snubbed. read more

  • Grand effort by City for injury-hit player

    WORCESTER City chairman Dave Boddy praised supporters for their contribution towards the collection organised for injury-victim Aaron Kerr -- which was today totted up at £1,350. read more

  • Director of football quits lowly Town

    MANAGERLESS Pershore Town were left in further turmoil yesterday following the resignation of the club's director of football Richard Anson for personal reasons. read more

  • Harriers in goalkeeper hunt

    SHAUN Cunnington was today pursuing options to bring in a new goalkeeper for Kidderminster Harriers' FA Cup first round test at Port Vale on Friday. read more

  • Waldron will step out for England

    FLEET-footed Sarah Waldron has clinched a place in the England Under 20 women's cross-country team. read more

  • World records crash as Paralympian storms home

    PARALYMPIC bronze medal winner Claire Cashmore enjoyed her must successful national competition yet in Sheffield. read more

  • Stella finishes on a high note

    MALVERN'S Stella Bayliss enjoyed a good end to her 2004 British eventing season in Somerset. read more

  • Olympic ace hungry for more titles

    HE'S won the highest accolade his sport has to offer. read more

  • Semi is spot on

    Tamworth Ladies 1 read more

  • Online protests the way ahead

    PROTESTING online has never been easier, according to the chairman of an action group fighting proposals for a Hopwood rendering plant. read more

  • Boddington's cream of Cross

    Headless Cross Ladies 3 read more

  • It's a myth

    TYPICALLY of pro-hunt supporters, B. Lammas appears short on facts but long on misinformation in his/her recent letter. read more

  • Behaviour

    I JUST have to say a big 'thank you' to the despicable being who encouraged/allowed his dog to urinate on my son's bike whilst he was playing with his friends and then called over to him 'you'll need to clean your bike son!'. read more

  • Absentees

    AS a parent of two children at Catshill Middle School, Bromsgrove, I was very disappointed about the lack of attendance of other parents, guardians and carers on the evening when the annual report of the school's governors was presented and the Parent Teacher Association agm took place. read more

  • Motorists asked to show more care when parking

    I HAVE recently started to use a scooter to get around as I am now 83 and cannot walk far due to an asthmatic condition. read more

  • Tribute

    IT was with a great deal of regret, and loss to our community, when I heard the very understandable decision of Cllr Dr Elizabth Lammie to 'call it a day' by resigning from Bromsgrove District Council. read more

  • On the road

    BELATED thanks to a couple called Keith and Sandra (and Sandra's 85-year-old mother) who were in a car travelling through Fairfield the other night. read more

  • Swim-skate

    SHAL I abandon in poetic prose, what I hold dear and still propose; read more

  • *NOW PLAYING-'FROSTYS FESTIVE FRENZY' £1,000s OF PRIZES FOR ALL THE FAMILY MUST BE WON!!!!* Prizes

    read more

  • Health care

    I READ S Neary's letter with anger regarding the closure of Fusion in St Andrew's Street, Droitwich. read more

  • No bridge

    REGARDING the plans for the Mill Lane Development in Bromsgrove the suggestion to close the pedestrian crossing from 'ASDA' car park, (Bob Stather's letter of last week), is only practical for agile pedestrians, and even they have a reluctance to use footbridges high enough to allow double deckers to pass beneath them. read more

  • It's a myth

    TYPICALLY of pro-hunt supporters, B. Lammas appears short on facts but long on misinformation in his/her recent letter. read more

  • Behaviour

    I JUST have to say a big 'thank you' to the despicable being who encouraged/allowed his dog to urinate on my son's bike whilst he was playing with his friends and then called over to him 'you'll need to clean your bike son!'. read more

  • Absentees

    AS a parent of two children at Catshill Middle School, Bromsgrove, I was very disappointed about the lack of attendance of other parents, guardians and carers on the evening when the annual report of the school's governors was presented and the Parent Teacher Association agm took place. read more

  • More profit

    I READ with interest the article 'Get tough with the parking rebels' and the comments made by John Moody about Bromsgrove's new parking system "making it fairer for everyone by ensuring that those who abide by the rules do not end up subsidising those who abuse them". read more

  • Lost time

    WHEN I pay my fee into the car park machine in Bromsgrove I have a contract to purchase a set time for a set fee. Any unexpired time given to a person as a gift does not raise additional revenue except by selling the unexpired time again. read more

  • Kings' tests fail

    Aldridge 13 read more

  • The ladies fightback

    Malvern Town 7 read more

  • Damp squib

    Redditch Exiles 0 read more

  • More profit

    I READ with interest the article 'Get tough with the parking rebels' and the comments made by John Moody about Bromsgrove's new parking system "making it fairer for everyone by ensuring that those who abide by the rules do not end up subsidising those who abuse them". read more

  • Lost time

    WHEN I pay my fee into the car park machine in Bromsgrove I have a contract to purchase a set time for a set fee. Any unexpired time given to a person as a gift does not raise additional revenue except by selling the unexpired time again. read more

  • Better spent

    I FELT 'driven' to reply and agree with Steve Cashmore's comments last week that £10,000 could be much better spent throughout Bromsgrove on endless projects. read more

  • Not me!

    RARELY would I rise to the bait thrown in my direction but I really couldn't ignore Jim Brant's letter in last week's edition. read more

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