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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
Stage 27’s pantomime last year was a sell-out success and great fun for all the family. And we are sure that it will be just as good this year with such a dedicated team of local thespians! £6 each or … Continue reading
On Friday 16th December there was a Community Christmas Party for people who play an active role in the community of Acocks Green. It was set up several years ago to acknowledge the work of community champions and named after … Continue reading
A guaranteed enjoyable evening of classical music performed by professional musicians and some carols to sing along with!
Pop along to Acocks Green Library to experience this intriguing free exhibition. From the 2nd to 14th April. Even more reason to visit your local library.