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February 2019 Residents Newsletter

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Newsletter January 2019 for printing

UBUS now offers residents the opportunity to travel to Redditch or Evesham

The District Council’s dial-a-ride service ‘UBUS’ is now offering residents in the West of the district (Alcester, Bidford, Henley, Studley & from Earlswood down to Salford Priors) the opportunity to travel to Redditch or Evesham on Wednesdays. See the poster at

1811 UBUS Redditch and Evesham Wednesday JAN19

and the general UBUS leaflet at 1228 […]

You are invited to a Palm Court Style Tea

This is hosted by St Patrick’s Church and will beheld on Saturday 16 February at Earlswood Village Hall Tickets are £10 each and available from Barbara Philp 07734228500 and Jean Brown on 01564702367. There will be a ‘Palm Court’ Style afternoon tea and entertainment provided by Val & Peter. There will be a warm welcome […]

Earlswood Wildlife Partnership Newsletters

These have been added to the EWP page.

Superfast Broadband project October 2018 Newsletter

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It’s Flicking Blue Murder…….

Keep Britain tidy as launched a new national campaign – #BinTheButt – to stamp out cigarette litter, which causes significant damage to marine life.

Theycalling on smokers across the UK to rethink how they dispose of their cigarettes, as research* reveals that only half (53%) of Brits think that cigarette butts get washed into the […]

Warning Regarding Illegal Fishing

A number of incidents have been reported regarding people fishing on the River Blythe, near Coleshill in the last few days.

Fisherman are reminded that :

You can’t fish for coarse fish on rivers,streams, drains or waterways (other than canals)

from the 15 March to 15 June – included.

Action will be taken against anyone […]

Earlswood Wildlife Partnership Newsletter

Latest newsletter for the Earlswood Wildlife Partnership with details of forthcoming events

Earlswood Wildlife Partnership – Newsletter 25

January 2015 Newsletter

The latest edition of the Resident’s Association newsletter is available in electronic format ==> January 2015 EFHRA Newsletter (pdf).

Recycle More

You can now recycle the following items through the kerbside collection service: Small Electrical and Electronic Equipment – Textiles – Household batteries For more details, go to: