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Some of you lucky people out there may be owners of this year’s first ever calendar featuring contemporary photos of the area. Acocks Green Village in Bloom produced a sell-out calendar for 2017 to raise funds and showcase some of … Continue reading
As part of the annual Village in Bloom Campaign the team organise an Art Competition for children in the area with a relevant theme. This year the Royal Horticultural Britain in Bloom theme was Gardening for Wildlife so the children … Continue reading
This Saturday is Acocks Green Carnival, lots of stalls, local organisations and shows. Come along and meet the Acocks Green Village in Bloom Team and Acocks Green Neighbourhood Forum, sharing a stall and selling lots of interesting, bargain plants.
The Forum was delighted to hear that Acocks Green has received the honour of it’s first very own blue plaque recently. Some of our older readers will remember John Curry OBE (1949 – 1994), the local young man who, in … Continue reading